Huevos rancheros at Wolfgang Puck
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Huevos rancheros with salsa ranchera

November 04, 2021

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This recipe is a long-time favourite of our guests at Hotel Bel-Air, enjoyed both at breakfast and at our popular Sunday brunch on the terrace. It’s a traditional Mexican dish with a kick of chilli, which elevates this egg dish to a new level – a great way to start your day.
onion rings, tomato, slices of chilli, lime and coriander and knife on table

Ingredients

Salsa ranchera:

4 large tomatoes
4 tomatillos
6 cloves of garlic, smashed
2 medium jalapeños, chopped and deseeded
4 medium shallots, chopped
8 guajillos chillis (seeded and rehydrated in two cups hot water then puréed)
A handful of coriander
1tsp dark chilli powder
1tsp cumin seeds
¼ cup of sugar
1tbs tomato paste
1tsp dried oregano
Salt & pepper

Method

– Combine the tomatoes, tomatillos, garlic, jalapeños and shallots in a large roasting pan.
– Toss with oil and salt then roast in a hot oven for around 10–15 minutes until lightly charred.
– Reduce the oven temperature to 150°C/300°F for another 15 minutes until the ingredients are soft and tender.
– Transfer to small saucepan and add the guajillo purée, coriander, cumin, sugar, tomato paste and oregano.
– Simmer for 30 minutes then allow to cool.
– Blend to your preferred consistency and season to taste.

Breafast for two outside on private patio
Huevos rancheros signature breakfast plate, side of fruit

Ingredients

Huevos rancheros:

2oz salsa ranchera
2oz black beans
1oz grated cotija cheese
2 corn 6” tortillas
2 eggs
1oz guacamole
1oz pico de gallo
1oz crème fraîche
Coriander garnish

Method

– Fry two tortillas until crisp and set aside.
– Fry two eggs over easy and set aside.
– Ladle some salsa ranchera onto a plate and spread it out with the bottom of the ladle.
– Spoon some black beans over the salsa, followed by a sprinkling of cotija cheese.
– Next add the two crisp corn tortillas, followed by the fried eggs.
– Garnish with a scoop of crème fraîche, guacamole, pico de gallo and a spring of coriander.
– Enjoy!

Serves 1

French press and pastries closeup on table outside

We highly recommend starting your day with this classic Mexican dish at Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air.
For many of our guests, to try it is to love it.

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