The Tex Mex Eggs Ranch Breakfast recipe is just another example of why losing weight doesn’t need to be boring and bland.
Enjoy this wonderful take on the traditional classic Mexican breakfast, Huevos Rancheros (which translates as “ranch eggs”).
Delicious free range fried eggs smothered in spicy and tangy tomato salsa with beans!
Enjoy one of the best belly fat busting breakfasts!
Tex Mex Eggs Ranch Breakfast – The Belly Fat Burning Foods!
- 1/3 cup Black Beans (canned)
- 2 Eggs, (large, free range)
- 2 tablespoons salsa, (Pico De Gallo)
- 1 tablespoon Cheddar Cheese (grated)
- 1/4 teaspoon Olive Oil
- Splash of Hot Sauce (optional)
- Drain the beans and rinse well
- Heat the beans in small saucepan
- In a fry pan add 1/4 teaspoon Olive Oil
- Once the oil is hot add the eggs and fry to however you like them
- Plate the beans
- Place the eggs upon the beans
- Spoon the salsa or pico de gallo over the eggs
- Sprinkle the cheese on top
- Finish with hot sauce (Optional)
So easy and so simple. Delicious! You can even make it with scrambled eggs (or Huevos a la Mexicana as translated) if you're not a fan of fried!
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Nutrition Information: Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 272Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 380mgSodium: 435mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 6gSugar: 2gProtein: 20g
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Other Variations of Tex Mex Eggs:
As the traditional Huevos Rancheros dish spread beyond the borders of Mexico, other variations on the classic have taken hold!
You’ll find dishes using wheat flour tortillas instead of the classic corn. There are those that use enchilada sauces with pureed hot chili instead of the tomato-chili salsa fresca.
Non Mexican additions also appeared. Those began using ingredients such as cheese and sour cream. The addition of lettuce has also now become a common addition.
“Huevos divorciados” (or commonly known as the divorced eggs) are simply two fried eggs that are served in the same style as huevos rancheros.
The difference is that each egg is served with a different style of sauce. Most commonly the two sauces used are a salsa roja and a salsa verde.
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