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Great recipe. Rather than individually frying the eggs I scrambled them. I also added abit of (cooked) crumbled sausage. I used homemade refried beans, mixed with 1 Tbsp of salsa. All I had was 10" tortillas so I put filling on 1/2 & after broiling I folded 2nd 1/2 of tortilla over top... it made it easy to hold toppings together while eating. Wonderful flavours, thanks for sharing.
awesome recipe!! made this for father's day breakfast. i added some bacon strips across the top for pretty presentation! thanks for the keeper!
I have a new found obsession with huevos rancheros and just had to try this recipe. It was absolutely wonderful, we have been eating huevos rancheros for dinner a couple of times a month because it's a really easy summer dinner that we can make together in just a couple of minutes. Thanks for sharing!!
Loved them! This was the perfect breakfast to start the new year. As I assembled them on the baking sheet, I put them in the oven to keep warm before the final broiling. In retrospect, I should have heated the plates too, because they lost their heat quickly after serving. I used canned enchilada sauce over the beans and then topped with fresh tomatoes and onions. Thanks for posting!
This was so quick and easy! We had a really tasty, filling brunch today, and it turned out pretty enough to cook for guests in the future. Brilliant recipe!! Thanks!
yep lol em good breakfast
yahoo! This was so yummy and so easy! Made it for Father's Day breakfast and my hubby was quite pleased! Just the right combo of flavors. We loved it, thx Cheryl!
I have a similar version of this. These are simple and filling. Great for a weekend brunch or light weeknight supper with a side salad.
OMG! Where has this recipe been hiding? Simply delish! I do not do eggs to I guess that is why I overlooked this one. I made this without the eggs as a 'veggie' huevo-LESS ranchero- hehehe- how is that for a name??? I reduced the recipe to serve one. Sped it up ALOT by crisping the tortilla in the toaster and of course skipping the egg step. I used leftover black beans that I smashed (keeps them from rolling off the tostada) and refried in a small skillet. I didnt measure the beans just used what I felt was a good amount. The flavors in this complimented each other well and made a delish dish! Thanks NCM!