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Huevos rancheros?

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ElectricElephant Wed 30-Sep-09 09:47:28

So far I've fried the onions, pepper and chilli, added some chilli powder and it's simmering to reduce.

Do I add the eggs to the same pan that the sauce is in, or cook them separately?

ElectricElephant Wed 30-Sep-09 09:48:11

Oh, tomatoes too obviously

StrictlyAvadaKedavra Wed 30-Sep-09 09:49:07

I do my eggs seperately, no idea if that's authentic though but it tasted just fine

ElectricElephant Wed 30-Sep-09 09:52:48

How spicy do you make yours? Am massively hungover and think it'll be a god cure! blush

StrictlyAvadaKedavra Wed 30-Sep-09 10:00:59

Spicy spicy if it's just me, but I make it a lot for the mindees. Haven't had it as a hangover cure though, would think it'd be good for that

ElectricElephant Wed 30-Sep-09 10:32:02

Just attempted it - was bloody gorgeous. Put a little paprika in it too and scoffed the lot.

and yes, i can confirm that it's an excellent hangover cure!!

Pluginbaby Wed 30-Sep-09 10:34:27

I always crack the eggs into it and they soak up all the flavours, yummy with chorizo sausage too!

mrsruffallo Wed 30-Sep-09 10:35:27

No beans with it?
Refried kidney beans with a little feta on top would make more authentic and declicious!
And you could fry a tortilla and put the poached eggs on top

weegiemum Wed 30-Sep-09 10:42:30

I'd crack eggs into it and let them soak up some juice.

Serve with warm tortillas and refried beans (best if you can get black beans - tesco do them! - boil the day before then refry just before serving!! Yummy!)

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