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Authentic Huevos Rancheros

Spice up brunch with traditional huevos rancheros. Refried beans and fried eggs perch on crispy corn tortillas with salsa, shredded Cheddar, and crumbled crisp bacon. It’s so easy to prepare! Watch the video, then get Wineaux's 5-star recipe for Authentic Huevos Rancheros. Garnish with chopped black olives and green onions with some sliced avocado on the side. It’s a hearty brunch treat that will truly satisfy.

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  • msdramaqueen

First off, I could careless if this Huevos Rancheros recipe is authentic!! Although there are different variations to Huevos Rancheros, it wouldn't matter if it's authentic or not!! The arguments are NOT necessary!!

  • Angel0362

Authentic cooking is what you were raised with and what hits the heart and mind, so don't listen to all those book cooks.

  • Becky

Hmm, you people are incorrect. Many "authentic" Mexican dishes DO in fact contain Cheddar Cheese. Mexico is a Huge country with many different in-cultures, so saying something isn't "Mexican" is a huge blanket statement. Chihuahua cheese is cheddar with a cute name. There are many different types of "authentic" anything in a country as large and as diverse as Mexico. Bacon is quite common in Mexican cooking, don't know why one would claim differently. Butter is too, introduced by the Mennonites, it is now very common in Mexican cooking. In central Mexico, one would be hard pressed to find FRIED eggs, as they are usually poached.