Classic huevos rancheros with a spicy tomato sauce, beans, and a soft cooked egg all made in a single skillet in under half an hour.
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Huevos rancheros—ranch-style eggs—are one of Mexico's most instantly recognizable breakfast dishes: a pair of fried eggs topped with a thick layer of spicy tomato sauce. It sounds rather simple, and it is. However, as with all recipes made with only a handful of ingredients, the treatment of each one is important.
Delicious as this plate was, all I could think to myself was, "my god, when was the last time a person actually finished this thing?" Am I alone here? Any big breakfast eaters out there? Tell us about the biggest breakfast you've ever had!
[Photograph: Tara Mataraza Desmond] If you're hosting a post-holiday or New Year brunch, consider adding these to the menu for versatility and ease. You can make the sauce and toast the tortillas a day or two ahead of time....
My friend Robb Walsh adapted this recipe from Cisco's Bakery in Austin, Texas, in his very fine Tex-Mex Cookbook. Serve these with plenty of bacon and steamed flour tortillas. I actually find this combo good for a simple, quick, and...