huevos rancheros

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hue·vos ran·che·ros

 (wā′vōs răn-chĕr′ōs, hwā′-, rän-)
A Mexican dish consisting of fried or poached eggs covered with a spicy sauce of red or green tomatoes and usually served on a tortilla.

[American Spanish : Spanish huevos, pl. of huevo, egg + American Spanish rancheros, pl. of ranchero, ranch-style.]
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"We're also currently working on a breakfast menu which we will introduce once comfortable with the current offerings, serving up breakfast tacos and huevos rancheros."
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Huevos Rancheros at Carnival Cruise Line's Sea Day Brunch.
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Get your morning fiesta fix with Revolucion de Cuba's brunch where you can tuck into the likes of Huevos Rancheros or the legendary Brekkie Burrito every day of the week from 10am - 12pm and until 2pm on Sundays.
Open all day, Taqado has brought Mexican street food to the region with its menu including everything from breakfast burritos and huevos rancheros, burritos and tacos to Juices, churros, and even a kid's menu.
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