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Old 08-24-2014, 05:50 PM   #1
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Huevos Rancheros

Powerplant's pic of Huevos Rancheros in yesterday's dinner thread really got my taste buds a'going, so much so that I just had to make it for a late breakfast this morning. Deelish! It's definitely going to be in the meal rotation from now on.


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Old 08-24-2014, 05:55 PM   #2
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What? You're just going to give us this great-looking photo and no recipe???
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Old 08-24-2014, 06:09 PM   #3
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Sorry! Easy peasy, just a lightly fried corn tortilla with refried beans and homemade salsa, and a sunny side up egg. I basted the egg yolk with a little hot water from the frying pan to get that lightly cooked membrane thingy on top, but with the yolk still nice and runny - and almost over did it. Sprinkled with fresh cilantro and queso fresco. I would have put a little sour cream on the refried beans, but I forgot.
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Yum! It just occurred to me - DH doesn't like eggs, so I can give him extra refried beans!
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Powerplant's pic of Huevos Rancheros in yesterday's dinner thread really got my taste buds a'going, so much so that I just had to make it for a late breakfast this morning. Deelish! It's definitely going to be in the meal rotation from now on.
Glad I could inspire you! Your photo shows how good your breakfast was.
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Old 08-24-2014, 09:04 PM   #6
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Oh my that looks good!
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Old 08-24-2014, 10:21 PM   #7
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Sorry! Easy peasy, just a lightly fried corn tortilla with refried beans and homemade salsa, and a sunny side up egg. I basted the egg yolk with a little hot water from the frying pan to get that lightly cooked membrane thingy on top, but with the yolk still nice and runny - and almost over did it. Sprinkled with fresh cilantro and queso fresco. I would have put a little sour cream on the refried beans, but I forgot.
That does sound easy.

I never use water when I'm frying a sunny side up egg. I just put a lid on the pan and the steam from the egg is enough to cook the part of the white that is on top of the yoke.
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mmmmmm " lightly cooked membrane thingy" .

j/k

your 'splainin' and pp-ohs huevos rancheros picture makes me drool.
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mmmmmm " lightly cooked membrane thingy" .

j/k

your 'splainin' and pp-ohs huevos rancheros picture makes me drool.
I could've probably worded a better description. LOL....but that 'splainin made sense at the time. LOL Thanks, bucky.
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Great yummy looking picture Cheryl !!
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