Local Rancher Eggs (Huevos Rancheros)

If I could… I’d eat traditional Huevos Rancheros everyday. The guacamole annnd cheese and eggs… beans… corn tortillas. Like really it’s a dream on a plate. But since I have the metabolism of a snail, I must alter things to make them healthier yet still delicious! I mean there is nothing that can replace that Rural Mexico favourite but this sure comes close!

So since I do like local fresh ingredients and ’tis the season for the best kinds…. this recipe is made up of local Canadian seasonals, hence the name.

OK! So, try this delicious recipe… add some morning coffee, even some hot sauce and enjoy!

Ingredients:
1 kale leaf chopped
1/4 yellow onion chopped
1/4 of chicken broth
thumb of grated cheese of choice (I used Okra cheese)
Local farm egg
Whole grain tortilla bread

Method:

In a frying pan, heat the chicken broth and add in the kale and onion. Allow this to slightly warm and push it over so it covers one half of the pan.

Crack an egg in the other half of the pan and cover to steam the vegetable mix and the egg until the egg is cooked over-easy (or how you like it). This will take 1-1.5 minutes.

Lay the tortilla on the plate and put the vegetable mix over the tortilla, followed by the egg and then grated cheese.

Done! Enjoy!

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