Huevos Rancheros Nests



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The Best Huevos Rancheros

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Huevos rancheros (Mexican eggs)

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Traditional Huevos Rancheros

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Directions Preheat oven to 400º. In a large skillet over medium heat, heat oil. Add onions and cook until soft, 5 minutes. Season with cumin, chili. Heat oil in a small skillet over medium-high heat.

Fry tortillas one at a time until firm, but not crisp. Remove to paper towels to drain grease. I remember the first time I ordered huevos rancheros at a restaurant. I was so disappointed. The ranchero sauce was bland and was more of a chunky salsa (which is NOT ranchero sauce) and didn’t even have bell peppers.

Plus the eggs were fried and the ranchero sauce was just sparingly ladled over the top. Boring. For the ranchero sauce: Preheat the oven to 500 degrees F and put the tomatoes, garlic cloves and onion on a rimmed baking sheet. Roast the.

Make Huevos Rancheros easy for yourself and save an extra step in the morning: Have your Mexican Red Salsa ready to go and made the day before.. Since I’m giving you an authentic Mexican Breakfast recipe for Huevos Rancheros, please almost everything on my dad’s ranch is made from scratch.. However, I like the idea of an easy Mexican breakfast, or easy. This classic huevos rancheros recipe features fresh pico de gallo on top.

Huevos rancheros is a vegetarian Mexican breakfast with eggs, tortillas and salsa. Recipe yields 4 hearty but modest servings of one tortilla and egg each, so. Inside: Huevos Rancheros may be simple, but the flavors are complex and delicious.This is about as authentic of a Mexican breakfast recipe as you will find. My favorite meal of the day is definitely breakfast. That probably is the result of growing up in Mexico where breakfast is the largest, most important meal of the day.

Directions In a food processor, combine the tomatoes (with juices), onion, cilantro, garlic, jalapeno, and 1/2 teaspoon salt; puree until smooth. Transfer mixture to a. Get Huevos Rancheros delivered from national chains, local favorites, or new neighborhood restaurants, on Grubhub.

Order online, and get Huevos Rancheros delivered, fast. Deals and promos available. Huevos rancheros, or farm eggs, are a hearty, traditional Mexican dish made with eggs, tortillas, beans, and salsa.

This is a simple dish that relies on quality ingredients for the best flavor, and you can tailor the dish to your taste with a variety of optional accompaniments.

List of related literature:

Between the 1930s and 1950s, American tourism to Mexico tripled, and huevos rancheros began appearing on Mexican hotel breakfast menus to appeal to northern appetites for eggs in the morning and today, huevos rancheros is an American breakfast dish.

“Breakfast: A History” by Heather Arndt Anderson
from Breakfast: A History
by Heather Arndt Anderson
AltaMira Press, 2013

Perhaps most commonly, attendants at nests only feed nestlings, reported by Skutch (1961) for the plain-colored tanager at La Selva.

“La Selva: Ecology and Natural History of a Neotropical Rain Forest” by Lucinda A. McDade, Kamaljit S. Bawa, Henry A. Hespenheide, Gary S. Hartshorn
from La Selva: Ecology and Natural History of a Neotropical Rain Forest
by Lucinda A. McDade, Kamaljit S. Bawa, et. al.
University of Chicago Press, 1994

The occurrence of two adults The nest is built of sticks and usually contains Spanish in Hancock County at Port Bienville Industrial Park near moss.

“Birds of Mississippi” by William H. Turcotte, David L. Watts, Mississippi. Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks
from Birds of Mississippi
by William H. Turcotte, David L. Watts, Mississippi. Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks
University Press of Mississippi, 1999

Nests (starting in Oct) on Islas Las Aves, Los Roques, Los Testigos, and Los Hermanos; largest colony occupied yrround, on Las Bubı´es in Los Roques, has up to 5000 birds403.

“Birds of Venezuela” by Steven L. Hilty
from Birds of Venezuela
by Steven L. Hilty
Princeton University Press, 2002

Direct egg exploitation occurred at the Rancho Nuevo nesting beach during the 1940s and continued through the early 1960s.

“The Laguna Madre of Texas and Tamaulipas” by John Wesley Tunnell, Frank W. Judd, Richard C. Bartlett
from The Laguna Madre of Texas and Tamaulipas
by John Wesley Tunnell, Frank W. Judd, Richard C. Bartlett
Texas A&M University Press, 2002

Called kleptoparasites, the juveniles block the nest entrance and intercept food destined for the baby nestlings inside.

“Evolution’s Rainbow: Diversity, Gender, and Sexuality in Nature and People” by Joan Roughgarden
from Evolution’s Rainbow: Diversity, Gender, and Sexuality in Nature and People
by Joan Roughgarden
University of California Press, 2004

The tiny edible nest swiftlet makes its eponymous nest – the major ingredient of the luxury food, bird’s-nest soup – in the limestone crags, too.

“The Rough Guide to Thailand (Travel Guide eBook)” by Rough Guides
from The Rough Guide to Thailand (Travel Guide eBook)
by Rough Guides
Apa Publications, 2018

The huevo criollo (the creole egg) has certain properties the gringo egg does not.

“Close Encounters of Empire: Writing the Cultural History of U.S.-Latin American Relations” by Emily S. Rosenberg, Gilbert Michael Joseph, Catherine LeGrand, Ricardo Donato Salvatore
from Close Encounters of Empire: Writing the Cultural History of U.S.-Latin American Relations
by Emily S. Rosenberg, Gilbert Michael Joseph, et. al.
Duke University Press, 1998

Rio Grande hens usually select lightly grazed or ungrazed areas for nesting (Walker 1948).

“The Wild Turkey: Biology and Management” by James G. Dickson, National Wild Turkey Federation (U.S.), United States. Forest Service
from The Wild Turkey: Biology and Management
by James G. Dickson, National Wild Turkey Federation (U.S.), United States. Forest Service
Stackpole Books, 1992

Nests are usually flask-shaped and placed in carefully selected locations, but no nesting information is available from New Mexico.

“Amphibians and Reptiles of New Mexico” by William G. Degenhardt, Charles W. Painter, Andrew H. Price
from Amphibians and Reptiles of New Mexico
by William G. Degenhardt, Charles W. Painter, Andrew H. Price
University of New Mexico Press, 2005

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  • Stop it right there fry you up about 75 pieces of bacon!!! ���� Mr Rollins I aient too sure what I’m to do with 75 pieces of bacon, thank you very much for the video

  • Huevos rancheros with refried beans and Mexican rice is one of my favorite meals. My wife is from the Philippines and she is crazy for Mexican food.

  • Si señor that is some gooood grub I have to eat huevos rancheros every weekend and throw in some of your cowboy coffee and I’ll work nonstop well ‘ till lunch that is

  • it seems like you were about to start some rants but got edited out…. i kinda wanted to hear them rants. regardless thank you for the vids

  • I love you and your adorable family. Such fun watching your videos. Your personality is spot on. I would love to have you as my friend. Thanks for cooking for us.

  • You’re gonna be the death of me, man! Your recipes are always so awesome, thanks! I have to admit, I’d heard of huevos rancheros but had no idea what they were. Not a big “heat” fan but I’m glad you said how we can tone it down a bit, but I’d still like a little kick to it so I’ll try the one jalapeno pepper in that incredible-looking sauce.

  • CowBoy Kent Rollins is the best cook on YouTube! And nobody can convince me otherwise. My family is from Mexico and this man cooks better than my mama.

  • I wanna know if he ever uses the newly made batch of bread he makes cuz it’s like every time bread is involved, he has to make it from scratch

  • @Kent, you make my hat tip, my hands fold, my heart happy and my belly full. I thoroughly appreciate your recipes and your antics. Enjoying a cup of your cowboy coffee as I watch ‘em, shoot it don’t get better than that. Smooth as a Safeway Chicken my friend. Keep ‘em coming.

  • Oh my goodness!! I just made this and it was SOOOOOOOO good! So full of flavor! I will be making this again soon! Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Love ya’ll God bless our troops and God bless AMERICA. thanks for making us all look like grill masters with sharing your food recipes and tips

  • OMG Claudia i used to eat plain old huevos rancheros n ever since i tried this recipe the tostada made it so delicious n easier to eat…keep up the great recipies…god bless❤

  • Thank you buddy,. Tried your recipe this morning for breakfast and boy was it good. I recon a bachelor can make good food too. I just might start liking my own cooking. Trail style. Happy trails!

  • How in the world can anybody give even one of Kent’s videos a thumbs down. Haters going to Hate, that’s all it is. I love all of your videos Kent, keep them coming.

  • i love you kent… but unless he’s from spain, he’s probably not spanish. lol. he’s more than likely mexican.

    and yes, folks… it matters… can’t assume that everyone who wears a cowboy hat is from texas, especially when they’re from oklahoma.

  • I’ve cooked so many of your recipes and oh my gosh, they’re so delicious and DIFFERENT!! Everything is so tasty and comforting. Thank you for the hard work, and the way you both live your family.❤️

  • Hi, girlfriend. sorry I haven’t watched any of your great videos but I do have a new scar about 8 inches long,,,, yes I had “open heart” surgery to fix some blockages, I am all better now and doing well. I am going to try the chilli relinyos i know i spelled it wrong but you know what I was trying to say. the boys look great and I know this video is pretty old and that they are much olderr now,,, be well and stay well, God bless my friend,,,

  • Hi Jauja, one question I have: Is it unheard of to ever poach the eggs in the sauce once the sauce is finished, like eggs in purgatory or shakshuka? I was just curious—I’m really looking forward to giving this recipe a try!

  • You need to get on a tv show like chopped or guys grocery games or something and even try and get a spot on the food network maybe call your show Mexican made easy or Mexican cuisine home made

  • This looks delicious!! I agree that it’s not actual huevos rancheros BUT it was an honest mistake and I’m sure he didn’t mean to offend anyone!

  • I’m of Puerto Rican decent, but my step-mom is Mexican and I’ve always loved Mexican food. I’ve been watching your channel and trying your recipes. So far, everything I try has been “on point”. I really love you girls. Your boys are adorable. God bless you guys!

  • Very good! I love “huevos rancheros”…y el camarógrafo, cómo siempre, haciendo de las suyas!! Jijiji… Have a wonderful day!!

  • I always called it Toad in a hole, but when I would make it for my niece we called it eggs in a basket. She would wake me ever morning to make it for her.

  • Wow you already had my entire respect for your recipes in spanish but now that I know your videos in English you have mu entire admiration. It is the first time that I can see that accurate translation and steps in English, this can help a lot of people who speaks English to know real mexican recipes, Congrats.

  • Happy Monday! I love you all I hope you are all staying safe and enjoy this easy and delicious breakfast! I fired my eggs the way I show you, trust me your family is going to appreciate it ���� #perfectfriedegg

  • omg such cute babies!!! i was curious to see them in a video and here they are with all their cuteness! love love love your videos and recipes, especially since youre keeping tradition going and sharing it with everyone <3

  • I had to copy this. I think you would be proud. Used some homemade roasted roja salsa. I could eat this every day.

  • I’ve had a variant of this recipe. The tortilla was deep fried like a Tostada with refried beans spread over it before setting the egg on top and the sauce was replaced with fresh Pico de Gallo. I’ll definately try this recipe. Thank you kindly, Sir.

  • Aye Mija right now i sick cant eat anything But as soon as im not this is the first thing im making. I just wanted to lick my laptop.i would let my grandchildren stand in a chair and have them make there eggs and make tortillas.they were little but thats the way they learn.I love your recipes. thank u for sharing.

  • Hi Kent! I made this tonight, and it was delicious! Best huevos rancheros I’ve ever had! I’m definitely going to be making this often!

  • I’ve watched this video about 12 times. I’m making breakfast, and guess what’s on the menu?! Thank you Claudia we love your flavorful touch in my house ����

  • Love Shannon at the end.. “Wow, is this what your cooking tastes like?” Keep safe and keep cooking. I love going through these videos and enjoy both cookbooks.

  • (: Who is singing at the very end of the Video…?????… ☺ I recognize the voice… I am not sure if it is a duo group that is singing?????… ☺

  • Soy Mexicana tambien!! I dont know as much Spanish as mi abuelita but I’m slowly learning! And watching the videos in Spanish really help! I love watching your videos and it makes me feel closer to home, thank you and keep cooking delicious meals!!

  • (: It’s good that you said “Remove the Bay Leaves”…!!!!!… ☺
    (: That is so important to do, but alot of the Videos that have bay leaves in their Recipes OFTEN forget to say it!!!!!…:(

  • (: It’s good that you said “Remove the Bay Leaves”…!!!!!… ☺
    (: That is so important to do, but alot of the Videos that have bay leaves in their Recipes OFTEN forget to say it!!!!!…:(

  • I love how you cook. could you consider doing 2 different groups of your videos showing 1 group is in english? sorry I don’t understand Spanish. I do want to use your recipe for mexican c.ooking

  • Hey I have a question for you I notice a lot of your flavor comes from basically free foods for diabetics meaning little to no carbs like eggs and beans both tasty both full of protein and little bit of carbs I was wondering if you have any recipes you know and or can do to show that people with diabetes can still eat delicious without having to be on an extreme keto like diet

  • OK time to explain. I’ve been eating this dish for years thinking it was huevos rancheros. I now know it’s actually shakshuka! I only learnt this from you guys after making this video. Thanks for helping me evolve as a cook! Just wanted to clear that up lol

  • Thank you! I am preparing tomorrow for my husband’s b-day. He loves huevos rancheros and we cannot go out to have breakfast. Thank you!

  • I am a big fan of Huevos Rancheros! Your video taught me a few twists to what I have done in the past. I love Mexican food. Do you have a recipe for Enchiladas Suisses? Ala Sanborn’s? That is my favorite. I have made it with Chicken, Turkey, and many veggies. I first enjoyed it in Mexico Ciudad at Sanborn’s! I use to make my own corn tortillas. Found that amazing Tortilla machine while living in Mexico. Which all the house wifes flock to in the afternoon with their clean Kitchen towels to get a Kilo of fresh made Corn tortillas!! Que Bueno!

  • Thank you. I love huevos rancheros but I didn’t know how they always got the sauce so mild and delicious. In the states the sauce is usually too thick or spicy. I like spicy food but huevos rancheros should be kind of mild. Delicious!

  • Giiirrrrrllll, thank you for these cooking videos! I followed your video to make huevos rancheros this morning and let me tell you! They came out soooo good! I forgot to take a picture to share but next time I will! Your flavors are on point!! So bomb.

  • I love this channel ♥️her food looks so good ������she’s lucky we’re not related I’d be at her house asking what’s for dinner ☺️������

  • Hi, Jauja excelente demostración, I enjoyed your video. Please tell me how to make the red sauce to marinate meats, maybe it is a dry spice. Thank you Jauja.

  • Dang after tortillas, tamales & huevos rancheros then catching chile rellenos are up next…I’m supposed to be grocery shopping haha but now I gotta go make some chilequiles cause I’m over here starving & that’s the only thing close to what u all been teasing me with lmao! BTW ur fam is AWESOME! Ur MOM is AWE-MAZING (her English is ON POINT too! U mentioned n the tortilla vid ur n the desert, my stomping grounds mainly lol ALL over CA, NM, NV,, UT, AZ (me, my brother & sister mainly as children though) I’m the only one back in AZ, I left everyone in KY & dont wanna even b around em either but thats another story lol! Thanks for allowing me to chill with u & ur family…I felt more a part of ur family today alone than I ever did with my family! 100!! I gotta run now but once again THANX 😉 Blessed Be!

  • If youre sensitive to spicy… start a little bit at a time and work your way up soon you build a tolerance and once you get passed the spicey you can actually taste the spices it’s purty good stuff

  • You are a incredibly great cook…and mom…. just started watching you and I’ve always loved your culture and the way you cook your receipts… Totally have tried several of them…. just keep up with what you are doing…. nothing but love girlie ❤️❤️

  • Que es eso?? that is not huevos rancheros!! definitivamente no son “Mexican Style” Los Mexicanos no comemos eso. keep in mind that bay leave is way too strong flavor for eggs, we use bay leaves for some mexican stews not for huevos. Te falto que le pongas ” diced potatoes” para tu skillet….lo unico que me gusto es la tostada y el huevo la salsa no…nothing like mexican style..

  • I don’t have a blender or food processor.. Could I dice up the ingredients before boiling them, or let them cool and crush with my hands?

  • Why make your own bread. My family use store brought bread or even a beagle at times but we never baked a loaf for eggs in a basket

  • Babish, I’d like to thank you so much for introducing me to the wondrous world of runny yolks. I’ve disliked eggs my whole life, and only recently started to tolerate them, mainly when eating a fried one with a cheesy, flat arepa, only. Scrambled egg and fried eggs are all my family eats because my mother has always been an over-protective Hispanic mother who doesn’t let us eat sushi with raw fish or cook any meat any less than nearly-charred (or as she likes to call it, well-well-done). I made an over-easy egg for the first time from your SU bagel sandwich video, and lemme tell you, my. Life. Has. Changed. I will forever make eggs over-easy, soft boiled, and like you did in this video from now on. Who knew an egg could be so goddamn good? Runny yolks just add heaps of flavor, and are far superior to their solidified, chewy, more cooked counterparts. Thanks, Babish!

  • As great as that bread looks I strongly prefer SOURDOUGH for eggs in a nest! The tang of the bread combined with the richness of the butter and eggs is a perfect balance of flavors.

  • Babish: (weighing for bread) “all-purpose flour”
    Me: (cosmic face-palm)
    Consider if you have not, bread flour for bread. All-purpose flour is useless for almost all the purposes it is supposedly created for; at 10% protein content, it is suitable neither for bread that needs more protein to form the gluten, nor for cakes (9% protein content so final product is not heavy and thus able to be supported by lighter ingredients). Bread flour a.k.a. strong a.k.a. hard flour contains more than 12g per 100g flour, most is sold at 14g.
    Hence, no wonder the crumb here looks so dense. It could have been lighter and fluffier given the excellent process it underwent.

  • Kent, I know I am late to this morning party, but thank you. For proudly displaying our flag, for being who you are, and bringing us such good dishes and stories, and for your acknowledgments to all who have served, to “keep this country just the way we like it.” Food Network? Who needs them. How about Top Chef?

  • I don’t do a lot of cooking but watching your channel has inspired me to try and my dad, who is from Mexico City, loves watching too. Just tried my first thing this week which was the huevos rancheros. My dad loved them. I had to watch the video a few times to write out the recipe for myself but I thank you for being so clear with the instructions. Can’t wait to try something else.

  • I just watched Gordon Ramsay massacre a rancheros recipe. Then I came to this amazing gent for a real world recipe. Gordon can learn a thing or 2 from ya.!

  • Hi Amiga,how about introducing your MOM to us,and would like your sister to cook something side by side with you often,thank you Stephanie.

  • Love your show! I heard your statement in regards to fish! especially the Peruvian Ceviche! I would LOVE to get that recipe! More then anything I wish I had a sister like you.

  • Sra. you are my hero! Since last Sunday that I first saw one of your recipes in your channel, I became your fan. Soy mexicana y vivo en Monterrey, y me encanta que tenga tantos seguidores en muchas partes del mundo, porque es usted un Orgullo para México. Aquí la seguiré viendo y disfrutando de sus recetas. Un abrazo y que sigan los éxitos para usted y sus seres queridos:)

  • Huevos rancheros is probably my favorite breakfast! I grow several varieties of chiles in my garden so I like to mix them. Usually I use Anaheim, jalapeños and Serranos together, sometimes New Mexico hatch chiles as well. The big difference is that I like my vegetables roasted until they are a bit charred. I really like that smoky flavor. I also like to use both raw and cooked garlic as you do.

  • Huevos Rancheros is one of my favorite Mexican meals. Your recipe is explained so well and looks soooo good. Thank you for posting your recipes, I love your channel and your kindness.

  • I love all your recipes I am a American girl but I am married to my husband and he is from Mexico so I have learned a lot of good food from you thanks for your videos

  • I made this the other day and everyone asked me how I did it, pretty good recipe and it goes great with some corn or flour tortillas!! And it’s good for breakfast or dinner… have you ever thought of adding some ground beef meat or some steak cut up into small pieces?
    I am thinking of adding in some meat… to make it more filling

  • Awesome videos. Like the idea of black beans before the sauce. The only thing I like to do and wouldn’t do it any other way is to poach the eggs in the sauce.

  • (: Great Recipe!!!!!… ☺
    (: For Breakfast, I like mine without the beans!!!!!… ☺
    (: I fry my eggs just about the same way you do!!!!!… ��

  • Going to make this but ain’t no body got time to make bread. I mean I would love to make bread one day in the future, but store bought is going to have to do.

  • Another amazing recipe,my mom and grands used to do same thanks when u said I am Mexican and I didn’t no afraid of peoper �������� saludos

  • Janet! Llevo meses siguiendo tus recetas y cambiaste mi vida. Mil gracias. Tengo poco de mudarme con mi novio y la verdad solo tenia como tres recetas en mi recetario. Nací en Monterrey pero viví casi toda mi vida en el DF, y nos mudamos a Carolina del Norte. No encontraba sustitutos y me sentía profundamente melancólica por platillos mexicanos.
    No me había animado a comentar pero, vi este y me emocioné muchísimo. Sé que es muy difícil hablar inglés sobre todo en cámara pero lo haces increíble! Siempre he considerado estos videos maravillosos por los tips y las recetas en sí, pero más que nada por tu léxico tan amplio y culto. De verdad creo que estás rescatando solita la cocina mexicana que de plano es patrimonio de la humanidad. Te admiro muchísimo! Y se me hace súper valiente que te lances a hacer algo con lo que te sintieras insegura (como intentar hacer estos videos en inglés), y lo logras con mil estrellas, manteniendo la calidad con la que los haces en español.
    Me declaro tu fan #1.

  • Muchas Gracias Senora, dey San Luis Missouri/ Taos Mesa Nueva Mexico! Chile Verde y Huevos Rancheros por los Gringos!!!������������ Viva Irlanda Viva Mexico

  • This looks awesome!!! Thanks for sharing Adam!!! It is a cousin to Shashuka….but a person can put as many mexican flavors in it as they want to….in order to have great taste!!!

  • Oh. My. Gosh. I want to live with you so I can learn all of these! So delicious, just texted my husband we NEED to move to Mexico! Lol thanks for sharing all of these recipes.

  • Mmmm, yum! The Texan in me is crying out for some right now. Would it be OK to put say, a pinch of brown sugar in that that sauce as it”s a cooking to take the edge off that acidy mater?

  • Bacon grease is life! Mom made ‘wilted lettuce’ to give us boys needed nutrients growing up. Mom is 5’1”. I’m the smallest of three at 5’11”

  • Great viedo..
    Here in South Texas, huevos rancheros are made diffently. It’s made on the side with refried beans, over easy eggs, fried potatoes, bacon. With sauce over eggs, and of course home made flower tortillas… yum..��

  • Hey love I can’t wait t to see more.I really enjoyed watching your video..I’m new here..have a blessed day love..cute Elizabeth Taylor

  • Hola Janet! Mi nombre es Dara y soy de Filadelfia, Pensilvania en los Estados Unidos. Mucho gusto! Yo hablo ingles, pero yo entiendo espanol tambien! Tu ingles es perfecto! Los huevos rancheros son muy ricos! I hope you enjoyed my little Spanish introduction! That looks yummy! I am definitely trying this one day with my parents and subscribing to your channel. Looking forward to seeing what other recipes you have. Muchas gracias, Janet! Adios!


  • Hi from San Antonio! I love your cooking! U should keep your sis as your camera crew because I like listening to y’all BS, y’all are funny!

  • You have very polite, very sweet young gentlemen. You are raising very good future husbands and fathers. I have one son and he is 25 years old. He will be a fantastic provider, husband and eventually a father because I dedicated my life to him just the way you have dedicated yours to your boys. Good job mom! And I also believe in the power of food! I am Italian and my son has been cooking next to me since he was three years old! This video made my heart smile ������

  • Your recipe is actually Shakshouka OR Chakchouka, usually served with bread or pita on the side. You poached the eggs in the sauce.

    Mexican eggs, or Huevos Rancheros are served on top of a fried corn tortilla, and the eggs are fried separately. When plated, some smear a layer of refried Mexican beans on the crispy fried corn tortilla, some don’t. But some of your sauce would be scooped onto the fried corn tortilla, and then the fried egg is placed on top of the sauce. Some additional sauce can be placed on top of the fried egg. Your sauce is correct for the Mexican Eggs or Huevos Rancheros or a Shakshouka or Chakchouka, (however they normally use ground red pepper and nor fresh peppers for the hot spicy flavor).

    Overall, both recipes essentially taste the same, But the egg preparation and the plating are different.

  • Juevos Rancheros are one of my favorites. We have a pretty big Spanish population around here and I have often seen them fry up some chorizo sausage in theirs also.

  • I like your cooking and I don’t mind if the video is long it helps us so you have a beautiful family, God bless you and your family

  • Next to Mole Poblano con Pavo, Huevos Rancheros are my all time favorite Mexican authentic food. Such great flavors sublime into perfection on a plate. Very authentic recipe from scratch. Muy delicisoso. Looks gorgeous, what a wonderful plate. Ai, queso fresco, lots of it please! A bit of serranos for heat, por favor:)

  • Damn that looks delicious!! I like to give this a try. You’ve created and amazing colorful dish. Thank you for the explain and details you put in making this video. ��������

  • I like them this way but sometimes I also top them with chile con queso for a different flavor. Always good to explore something out of the ordinary and not not be stuck on traditional all the time great video you made those eggs perfect.

  • I never knew there were other alternatives to making this delicious reciepe! Texas makes huevos rancheros differntly haha but i will try this out sometime���� Gracias!

  • Yum! Looks so delicious! Do you ever toss chopped cilantro on them before eating them? I think I’d have to.. cilantro lover here!! 😉

  • Ay Janet, no sabía que hablas inglés también:) Me gusta tu receta para huevos rancheros más que todas las otras recetas que hay en YouTube <3

  • I watched your heart wrenching announcement about the separation of you and your husband. I sat there and cried for you. After 20 years I told my abusive husband we were done. The pain seemed endless.However, this has been a long time coming, you are successful, beautiful and have millions of people who love you and admire you including me. Please take heart, let go and let God, he will lift you up and eventually give you peace> Your kids are adorable, I’ll keep watching, love you all Kate. You and your sister are perfect together, I love her too.

  • I’ve made these a couple of times already my husband and my babies love it. They are so good the only thing I do different is I scramble mine and my oldest eggs in a bowl than I cook the eggs. Let me tell you they get really excited when they see me making them. Thanks for sharing ���� Love all your recipes I am a big fan

  • Its cool but I prefer the old school, more warmth, and closest to heart, history, and culture real mexican way I can prefer always to have with some mojito or simply a take with tequila sangre.

  • I liked your personality, and the recipe. I am not mexican, I’m puertorican and I like the recipe, I will try to make it.
    You make excellent youtube cooking videos…

  • I enjoyed watching this video. I like cuisine from ant ethnic backgrounds and Huevos Rancheros is hands down one of my favorite Mexican dishes. I do like it spicy. But probably not as much as you do.:)

  • (: It’s good that you said “Remove the Bay Leaves”…!!!!!… ☺
    (: That is so important to do, but alot of the Videos that have bay leaves in their Recipes OFTEN forget to say it!!!!!…:(

  • Hola Jauja, I truly enjoyed watching your huevos rancheros recipe. I also enjoyed listening to you explain the recipe.  I loved your clear English enunciation and your accent. Now I will try to make your recipe…. p.s.  the end of the video was cute.  =)  by the way I speak Spanish…. will keep watching your recipes.  Thank you!

  • This dont have anything of spanish, i saw this video, and can’t understand what have of spanish… basicaly, we dont have Ranchos…this should be 100% mexican.

    This could be our version:


  • You just m.u.r.d.e.r.e.d. the huevos rancheros. I would suggest you pay a visit to Mexico so you can see the real Mc Coy. Huevos rancheros are a straight forward dish. Also, the tortilla is just fried, not converted into a tostada and certainly you do not put beans into the tortilla. One can always put some beans to one side. And your beans were terrible, by the way. Huevos rancheros consist only of a tomato sauce (which yours was very bad); a fried tortilla and a fried egg. That’s it. No more. I am very sorry. Do not want to appear mean to you but you do need to revise your recipe. Regards.

  • I’ll admit that calling this Huevos Rancheros at all is risky given that its not traditional but its a pretty tasty alternative and healthy too….. que approveche!

  • First time subscriber, and Thank goodness I found your channel.. this is definitely one of my favorite Mexican dishes.. I Love your positivity! And Thank you for shouting out all the Single Mama’s!! Much ❤️

  • Looks yummy! Thanks for sharing… I also have delicious recipes on my channel, hope you can all drop by:) have a great day everybody.

  • First time seeing your videos. Love you and your cooking. You are awesome. I had no idea it was so involved to make authentic huevos rancheros.
    Thumbs up, subscribed and all that.
    Ms Pat from southern Indiana.

  • Claudia love your channel BUT I hope i am not being pushy, I know is your channel, please get rid off the region music, is Mexican food put some Mexican music instead. I apologize if you or any one else thinks I am being rude.

  • This is the Wedito from Arkansas again. I love the way y’all cook. I share your videos with my friends. They love them too. We are Veterans and we all Salute You Both. Steph and Cloud your the best. God bless you. Amen.

  • He visto muchas recetas de huevos rancheros en youtube, pero ninguna llevaba frijoles refritos. Para mi huevos rancheros sin frijoles refritos no son huevos rancheros. Se veían deliciosos!!!!!

  • I just share this video with my wife Ivone. So I’m assuming I’m going to have “huevos rancheros” for breakfast tomorrow. ����������������

  • Even though I don’t speak Spanish I have been watching your videos for a while now. Was so delighted to see you do one in English. I hope you’re able to do more. Great recipe will try this one

  • I have 2 boys as well…and i did homeschool them too…now they are 20 and 22. Enjoy this time! So cute these 2! Whooeee he put soooo much hot sauce on…boys eat a lot period! Love the long hair…my boys did that too! Love watching you guys������������

  • You and your sister are amazing women, your food is soooooo delicious. I’ve made your verde enchiladas and my God they were a hit in my home. My husband is from San Luis Portis and I’m from Louisiana and I try to be diverse when cooking for the house. I just my want Papi to be feliz and full.

  • That looks so good. Fresh new ideas for me. But what is that nut that you ground at the end and topped your your with?

    You have handsome testers.

  • I actually made this a lot when my mom taught me. Instead of calling it eggs in the nest we just call it cyclops then we add maggi sauce which is available in Asia

  • YES!!!! Thank you! Some crazed “authentic” Mexican cook attacked me for using scrambled eggs, saying the eggs should be sunnyside up or over easy to be “authentic”. My response was authenticity should depend on how you like your eggs…lol

  • I have learned at least 3 solid slang words or new word/phrases today. Maters for tomatoes; field skillet for a cast iron skillet used outdoors; and eggs being called cackle berries. Fantastic.

  • Yuuuuuuummmmm!! �� I’m gonna make this on the weekend because we have all the ingredients except fresh chili but I might use chili powder. Some kidney or cannellini beans would be nice to add as well. Thanks for this recipe! I’m inspired! ������

  • CLAUDIA!! I have made my family this twice in a week!! Full of flavor. I crave this recipe all the time now! My husband & son so enjoyed it! Only thing I did different was I added 3 serrano chilies & I used canned refried beans. But every thing was made according to your instructions. This will be one of my family’s new favorite’s. Keep up the good work! I’m excited to try some of your other recipes soon

  • looks great im from Southern AZ and my mexican wife had never heard of this so i showed her this video of what i thought looked most authentic

  • I’ll bet very few of you know that MASECA of Mexico controls up to 90% of Mexico’s corn. If this company was in the USA, theFederal Trade Commission would break it up just it did with ATT.

  • Your stove looks similar to one I used to have in my previous home. My favorite feature was that you could flip the burner grate upside down and it will hold a wok! Not sure if yours does the same, but it’s an awesome feature if you have not tried it yet. Great for when you want to change things up with a stir-fry meal! XOXO.

  • nice presentation. i am sure this is quite tasty. but, i prefer the REAL huevos ranchros where the salsa is room temperature, the eggs are sunny side up and hot, the tortillas are on the side, as well as rice and beans.

  • You’re making my mouth water girl omg…your cooking reminds me so much of my mommas she was the best cook I miss her food it had a flavor that only she cook do..amazing♡

  • Thank You For Thinking about us!!!
    I totally love the idea of your food!
    Can I come to your house and eat lunch!
    Probably not because I live way to far away… ����
    You are definitely a wonderful person and I would love �� you just because!
    Thank you….. could you send me some of your dinners, lunches, and breakfast!
    I would pay for a meal a day and enjoy it for ever!
    How much do you want and I would pay you for feeding me!

    Why do not sell the meals to others………..
    You know you should………

    Please please let me buy your meals!!!

    Teach others how to do it and then rack in the money as they sell your products…. just because you can!
    I really really want to be the first person on your list
    I would definitely totally be first on your list!

  • I think your videos are perfect! I like how you explain everything and show how you do your food or cooking. I really like they are authentic. I would like to see one with the prep too. I love longer videos. Your awesome keep it going. I also like you use spanglish!

  • Hey Kent try doing a video on making New Mexican enchiladas. They are like a layer cake with chese onions sauce and maybe some meat also. My mom used to make them when we all got colds. Might be good for times like now with the corana virus.

  • Tip you can roast the jalapeno chilli peppers and tomatoes to, fry the sauce and it gives an excellent flavor to, my mom does that, and cheese is new for me

  • You guys are funny. I love watching your cooking vlog. I see some of the dishes you make are different then what I know but, they are very good.

  • In support of BLM. Would you consider preparing some prison dishes usually reserved for cooking in jail cells.
    Thanks cuz,
    Da’Quitainite the III

  • I really love watching you cook. You’re so innovative. The children are beautiful you have a wonderful family. I am definitely going to try the juevos rancheros sauce you made.

  • Wow your videos are so awesome. I am glad I stumbled across these. I am excited to try some of these dishes. You and your family are awesome. Love your mom in the tamale video. Taught me some cool tips I plan to use. Thank you.

  • Woooowwww Janet your English is great! Who would have thought. I’ve been watching your videos for over a year now and I love all your recipes.

  • I know this video was posted a long time ago but I just found it and really want to try the recipe! Does anyone know what the dimension of Babish’s loaf pan is?

  • I hate left overs as well lol sometimes it doesn’t taste the same anymore. And don’t get me started with left over meats �� my brain just starts thinking of all the crazy stuff lol

  • Hilarious my huevos rancheros consist of eggs Sunnyside up, omelet, scrambled topped with Pace HOT Picante Sauce! Tadah!

    Steak ranchero Top with Pace
    Pork ranchero Top with Pace
    Fish ranchero Top with Pace

  • hey, i’m a huge baby who’s not a huge fan of cilantro lolol is there a less strong substitute i could use? or should i just take it out? thank you!

  • not sure what mexican house you grew up in.. but… when my grandma or mom cooked,,, there was never leftovers… all ways leave’em wanting more…. love the videos…

  • Gracias por esta receta. Soy mexicana y estoy casada con un gringo al que le fascinan las salsas y los huevos. Y YO no sé como hacer una buena salsa. Pero usted me ha inspirado!!!:)

  • I’m new to ure show. I like ure personally, and ure relationship with ure sister is awesome. So far the dishes I’ve seen are so delicious. The posole looked yum.