Monday, July 20, 2009

What do I have in my kitchen? Huevoes Rancheros for the Husband


On Sunday my husband wanted something spicy and savory. Geoffrey loves Mexican. I wanted to make Huevos Rancheros, but most of the recipes I looked at used regular salsa and I did not want that.

I looked into my cupboard and decided to create my own dish with what I had in my kitchen. Lets just say, It was a huge success. My husband devoured the entire plate and informed me that I hit a homerun.


Let's see what you think.....



2 links of Chorizo, out of casing
1/4 cp. chopped onions
1 can pinto beans
1 can of Salsa de (Something...I can't remember, sorry. It is really hot and in a yellow small can)
2 whole Chipotles in Adobo
2 TB of the Sauce in the Can of Chipotles in Adobo
2 flour tortilla, grilled
3 eggs
1/2 cp. monterary jack cheese
2 jalapenos sliced thin

1. I pureed the pinto beans and added the salsa de..., the Chipotles in Abodo and lots of Abodo Sauce. I salt and peppered. It tasted spicy and yummy. Set a side.
2. I browned the Chorizo and added the onions. When browned and the onions are soft I added the thick spicy sauce.
3. I grilled the tortillas and layed on the bottom of a plate. I added half of the cheese.
4. I cooked the eggs over easy. When the eggs where done I added the sauce to the tortillas, topped with the eggs. I added the rest of the cheese and then topped the entire thing with the jalapenos.

16 comments:

  1. Yuuum!

    My honey and I are experimenting more and more with peppers now that I know how to handle them (HAA!!). This looks like something he might dig~ I'll have to ask him and see :) Great job! The pictures are delicious!

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  2. Nice!!! I love huevos rancheros. Looks delish!! I'd like to have that for breakfast.

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  3. That looks like a great variation of huevos rancheros! This dish would make a great dinner too, thanks so much for sharing!

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  4. What do I think?
    I think I had better not show this to my husband otherwise he will want it immediately!!! Nice one!

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  5. Gosh you just brought back memories of my single life, late night drinks and dancing and then my friends and I would hit a diner in Dallas for this very dish! No hangover bloody mary needed here, just huevos rancheros! Ole!!!

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  6. Mexican food is always so great! And I love your dish!

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  7. What a fantastic version! I love huevos rancheros...nicely done.

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  8. Huevos rancheros reminds me of a small Route 66 diner in New Mexico. They serve the best h.r. that I've ever tasted. I think it's time to replicate the memory in my kitchen. Thanks for the post!

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  9. yummmm this looks and sounds delicious!

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  10. Bravo for this Mex dish I adore it...an outstanding savory treat!

    I’ve an award for you at my blog :)

    Cheers,

    Gera

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  11. This has always been one of my favorites!!Now Im craving it!Figtreeapps

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  12. Love this version. It looks absolutely delicious!!

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  13. OMG, that look so scrumptious!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  14. I love chorizo and I tasted chipotle from my Peruvian friend. I'm pretty I'm gonna love this.

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  15. Hello, just thought I'd pop in and say hello. Love the look of this recipe. I have a weakness for all things mexican and by the sounds of this it is SO a home run.

    It and you are on my list :)

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