Top Rated Huevos Rancheros Recipes

Huevos Rancheros gives your eggs a pop of heat and color that'll break brunch monotomy. 
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Huevos Rancheros
Start the day with some spice with this brilliantly healthy and filling vegetarian breakfast dish. If you like your eggs with cheese, sprinkle a handful of grated Monterey Jack over the top before broiling at the end of step 5, to melt while the eggs finish cooking.
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Huevos Rancheros
This classic Mexican dish of "ranch-style eggs" makes a substantial and delicious breakfast with a fabulous kick. If you prepare the recipe up to the end of step 3 the night before, you might get it ready to serve in just five minutes.
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International Recipes
Here is a traditional recipe for Huevos Rancheros as they are served inMexico...Hope you like them Buen ProvechoHUEVOS RANCHEROSSalsa Picante recipe belowVegetable oil for frying12 corn tortillas12 eggsPrepare the salsa and keep hot.Pour oil ...
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Campbell's Soup Company
Pace®'s version of this classic features warmed flour tortillas and a picante sauce-spiced tomato mixture.
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Shelley Wiseman
Fried eggs on tortillas with tomato sauce.
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To roast a tomato, heat a dry skillet or griddle over high heat. Roast the whole tomato, turning until it is golden-brown with charred patches on all sides, but not burned (the flesh will be quite mushy).
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Taste of Home
Find recipes for Huevos Rancheros and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a large skillet, saute onion, green pepper and garlic in oil until tender. Stir in tomatoes and seasonings; simmer, uncovered, for 15 minutes. Make six indentations in the tomato mixture with a spoon. Break eggs into indentations.
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To roast a tomato, heat a dry skillet or griddle over high heat. Roast the whole tomato, turning until it is golden-brown with charred patches on all sides, but not burned (the flesh will be quite mushy).
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Betty Crocker
Hearty appetites will love these eggs served ranch-style with chorizo sausage resting on corn tortillas and covered in salsa and cheese.
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www.epicurean.com
In small skillet heat 2 tbsp. oil. Holding tortillas with tongs, dip one at a time in hot oil for 10 seconds or till limp. Line a 10 x 6 x 3" baking dish with tortillas. Keep warm. In same skillet cook the onion & garlic till tender but not brown ( ...
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bluemoon downunder
Serve these for lunch, as a snack or as an appetiser. From the Australian Women's Weekly's 'little pies & cakes'.
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