Here in New Mexico Huevos Rancheros are eaten as much as enchiladas, tamales and sopapillas. One can find them on the menu of any New Mexican restaurant, and can order them any time of the day. In my house I can’t say “huevos rancheros” without having the intention of making them. They make a great weekend brunch and do get made quite often.
Huevos Rancheros or ranch-style eggs are very easy to make and can be made pretty much any way you want. Ours are pretty simple: Fried eggs served on top of warm corn tortillas with a side of beans, topped with New Mexico Red Chile Sauce. If I don’t have beans, I’ll make hashbrowns which we enjoy just as much. Here is my huevos rancheros recipe. I provide some variations and substitutions in the Kitchen Notes, so be sure to check them out.