Huevos Rancheros is a classic Mexican breakfast that provides a full and satisfying meal with flavors and spices that appeal to almost everyone’s taste buds. The main component of huevos rancheros are fried eggs that are seated on top of lightly fried corn tortillas. They are typically topped with a seasoned tomato based sauce or traditional salsa and are served alongside seasoned rice and beans with a few slices of fresh avocado.
There are many variations that can be made to make huevos rancheros appeal to any taste. These variations may include adding cheese or beans to the tortilla, or freshly sauteed peppers and onions. Crumbled cooked sausage or bacon can be added on top of the eggs for added protein. Guacamole and sour cream can also be added to give an interesting texture with an extra kick of flavor.. Huevos rancheros are easy to eat for those who lead busy lives. The tortillas can be rolled up and eaten on the go without messy dips, syrups or sauces. It’s the perfectly portable breakfast for people of all ages!
About Zia Diner:
The Zia Diner is a true Santa Fe icon, now celebrating 25 years as a part of this community. Serving upscale, down home comfort food, the Zia Diner serves updated renditions of diner classics – think Green Chile-Pinon Meatloaf – along with an eclectic menu of southwestern and international comfort food. This high-energy restaurant and bar prides itself on its professional and friendly service and exceptional food. The Zia uses grass-fed, additive-free beef, free-range and additive-free chicken and eggs, and local, organic, fair-trade Agapao Coffee. Their bread is delivered daily from Fano Bakery in Albuquerque. All pies, cakes, cookies and pastries are baked from scratch in their kitchen.
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