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A dish of fried or poached eggs served on a tortilla with a spicy tomato sauce, originating in Mexico.
- ‘With shells somewhere between crisp and chewy, they're drizzled with the same sauce that accompanies the huevos rancheros and served with beans and rice.’
- ‘Nevertheless, in her kitchen, Elena led me through the intricacies of huevos rancheros.’
- ‘The huevos rancheros are something else, a pair of fried eggs served up alongside two small tortillas, guacamole, mango salsa and fried yuca root.’
- ‘The restaurant makes a mean plate of huevos rancheros for those times when an assault to the system is what a body requires, and you can make it meaner with a jolt of the smoky house salsa.’
- ‘I took a plate of their spicy, delicious huevos rancheros topped with two perfectly cooked eggs, a pumpkin seed topping and creamy, delicious slices of avocado.’
- ‘So here is the ultimate Mexican egg dish, huevos rancheros, to spice up your weekend.’
- ‘Mara favors savory and ordered the huevos rancheros served on top of crispy tortilla with a side of house potatoes.’
Spanish, ‘rancheros' eggs’.
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