Huevos Rancheros with Fried Green Tomatillos {Beard and Bonnet}

Did I mention in my last post that we love Mexican food…are you sensing a theme going on in my house lately? Last week we had Horchata Smoothies, pickled hot peppers with tomatillos, and we had tacos (twice!). I am not complaining merely stating the obvious. Hope you like Mexican dishes, because I am posting another one for you today. I promise I will break out of this trend soon, although my taste buds are really happy right now! Aside from all of the Mexican themed dinners in our house lately we have been enjoying a few spicy breakfast dishes as well. My new variation of Huevos Rancheros was a huge hit at breakfast the other day, the fried green tomatillos that were inspired by my Southern upbringing were crispy on the outside, tender in the center, and they had just the right amount of tartness. I really think that I may like them more . 

I set up plates in the kitchen like an assembly line and layered charred tortilla’s,  fried green tomatillo’s , my families favorite mini-omelette style eggs, then smothered them all with a heaping scoop of my fast and smokey black beans, then I let my family customize their toppings with the condiments at the table. It was fast, easy, and delicious! How would you stack your Huevos Rancheros?

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4 Responses to Huevos Rancheros with Fried Green Tomatillo’s (Gluten-Free)

  1. wow, those fried tomatillos look ridiculous! drool! what a creative idea! pinned, must try this!

  2. I have been posting a lot of Mexican (well, bastardized version of Mexican) food lately too. I think it’s a summer thing. This looks amazing!

    • Meg says:

      Thanks Kiersten…I seriously cannot get enough lately. I think I could eat tacos 3 times a day and have quesadilla’s for snacks. haha!

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