Hello! This is Past Elizabeth, visiting you from approximately 4 days ago. The ghost of Elizabeth past. OooooOOOoooooOOoo (that was a ghost sound, in case you were confused).
As you may or may not know (depending on if you follow me on facebook), Zach and I are currently frolicking in the sunshine and bluebonnets in Austin, Texas for a friend’s wedding and to meet our baby nephew! I am likely having tons of fun (especially being away from the cold and remaining snow in New England), and I didn’t want you guys to feel like you were missing out. Luckily, due to the amazingness of modern technology, I was able to set this to post in the FUTURE! It’s like time travel. But better.
And so, I’m bringing a bit of Texas to you… with this super easy and super delicious recipe for Chorizo and Black Bean Huevos Rancheros. Yum yum yum.
What do I love about Huevos Rancheros? EVERYTHING. Really, there is nothing not to like about this meal. It’s inexpensive, ready in 20 minutes, and good for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Simply amazing.
Huevos Rancheros is a traditional Tex-Mex dish that (usually) consists of refried beans, fried eggs, salsa, and tortillas. Sometimes cheese. Sometimes meat. Sometimes veggies. Really, you can just throw whatever the heck you want in some beans, put an egg or two on top, and call it Huevos Rancheros! It’s versatile, quick and easy to make, and always, ALWAYS delicious….