This quick breakfast dish is made a la Mexicana with red tomatoes, white onions, and green jalapeños, ingredients that mirror the colors of the Mexican flag. Get the recipe for Mexican Scrambled Eggs ». Matt Taylor-Gross
Mexican food is one of the most exciting and flavorful cuisines from around the world. And what better meal to experience the fantastic food than breakfast? The rich and filling huevos rancheros is a classic that makes an extravagant breakfast on the weekends. The egg, bean and tortilla dish is a favorite, and you can even top it with some tomatillo salsa, or whip together a side of the best refried beans to make it a feast. If you like to have sweets for breakfast, drop the pancakes and french toast so you can fry some delicious churros or New Mexican sopapillas. So if you’re bored with your breakfast, spice it up with some of our favorite Mexican breakfasts.
Inspired by the potato tacos at Loncheria Otro Rollo in Bakersfield, CA, this versio is stuffed with fluffy mashed potatoes and pan-fried until crisp. The accompanying smoky ranchero sauce also would be great on meat or fish, or spooned over eggs. Get the recipe for Tacos de Papa Hwy 99 (Potato Tacos) »
“I remember childhood visits to a restaurant on Albuquerque’s Old Town Plaza. We’d press our noses to the glass as cooks rolled out the dough, cut it into squares or triangles, and plopped them into the vat of hot, bubbling fat, then, that dramatic moment, when the pallid little dough shapes magically inflated and turned golden brown. We’d seize one of the warm puffs of dough, bite off a corner, and drizzle honey into the hollow cavity.” —Cheryl J. Foote, from “Pillows of Bliss” (February 2006)Get the recipe for New Mexican Sopaipillas »