One great benefit of growing up in California (LA actually) and having a Mexican Parents (Carlos and Isidra Ortiz) is being exposed at an early age to Mexican food. From the time I was 5 it was my job to prepare the salsa for the family. We have always had tortillas in the house like most people have bread in theirs. Consequently dishes that call for salsa and tortillas are likely to be prepared often, as we cook with what is on hand. Huevos rancheros is one of those dishes.
A classic Mexican breakfast, huevos rancheros are fried eggs served on hot corn tortillas and smothered in cooked salsa. (Made them for lunch today and I’m getting hungry all over again just thinking about them.) In our home “huevos” can mean eggs either scrambledor fried. When they’re fried the runny yolk mixes in with everything, the salsa, the tortillas. I love to take a piece of tortilla and dip it in the yolk and then the salsa. Aye aye aye, this is good.
The Best part is… We have that Mexican breakfast, huevos rancheros in our Restaurant El Pescador everyday!…Come and visit us today