If you follow me, by now you’ve probably noticed I have a passion for Mexican food. And maybe you do, too? So when I started thinking about Cinco de Mayo coming up and Mother’s day right after, I couldn’t help but think of the classic Huevos Rancheros. Make that Huevos Rancheros! With an explanation mark!
If you are looking for a quick, easy and comforting skillet breakfast (that’s just as good for brinner) think of Eggs Poached in Rancheros Sauce. Cozy enough for the family & just fun enough for guests, Eggs Poached In Rancheros Sauce has got to be it. Plus this recipe has just enough spice to keeps things interesting and not too much for anyone.
My friend, Sandy told me about Three Cheese Enchiladas with Braised Pork & Ranchero Sauce, a dish she had at one of our local restaurants. And I tried it and went a little nuts over it myself. Then the restaurant sadly started to go downhill and I decided I just was going to have to make these beautiful, cheese filled enchiladas, with this fresh, tangy Ranchero Sauce and the luscious shreds of braised pork at home.
I have a deep and abiding love of Mexican food, and one of those loves is Ranchero Sauce. Ranchero is a “garden” sauce of tomatoes, peppers and seasonings, easy to make and so versatile. It can be used in so many ways, it should be one of those “back pocket” recipes everyone (imho) should know.
Old School Chile Rellenos have always topped my list of favorite Mexican or Southwestern meals. A mild poblano, artfully stuffed with cheese, dipped in an egg batter, fried and served over a bed of sweet/sour tomato sauce is something I crave to this day. I absolutely adore these Old School Chile Rellenos and think you will, too!