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Huevos rancheros screams Mexican to me, and is one of those dishes that is fairly versatile, meaning, people can easily tweak it and make it their own. My favorite, however, is something fairly traditional, including slightly fried corn tortillas, refried beans, and a killer red sauce that you will probably want to put on anything around you. It is that good.
Begin by making your sauce. Add the green chiles, chipotle adobo sauce, tomatoes, oregano, cumin, and salsa to a saute pan. Cook until it comes to a boil, mix, and reduce heat to low.
During this time, cook your beans.
Next, get a small skillet out and add the oil. Bring to a medium heat. Add in one tortilla at a time, and cook until lightly crisp. Remove and let it drain on a paper towel. Repeat with the remaining tortilla. You will want about 2 tablespoon of the reserved oil left over to cook your egg. Crack the egg, and cook for a couple of minutes. Your goal is to cook this “sunny side up.”
Pat the corn tortillas to remove any excess oil. Take the tortillas and stack them on a plate. Spread refried beans onto the top tortilla, top with the fried egg, and spoon over some of the red sauce, jack cheese, and garnish with the chopped cilantro.
This is a full-fledged down home comforting breakfast. One that can be celebrated any day of the week, but heck, why not celebrate and treat yourself to a great Cinco de Mayo breakfast! Enjoy.
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