Huevos Rancheros with potatoes and bacon and fresh salsa.
For the beans:
can of black beans
half an onion, chopped
clove of garlic, minced
salt and pepper
heat oil in a saute pan, once its hot, add the onions. When the onions are soft, throw in the garlic and give it a minute, then pour in some of the beer and let that go for a minute or two, then throw in the cumin, salt and pepper. Throw in a jalapeno or some red pepper flakes if you want, it won’t bother me none. Add the beans (drained and rinsed) and cook them until they’re warmed through. I like to smash them up a little bit, like half-mashed.
For the potatoes, you know what to do. Plus the bacon. Just do the bacon first so you can fry up the potatoes in the bacon grease.
When you’re ready, get your pan hot and smeared with a little oil. Drop in a tortilla, let it blister half a minute or so, flip it over, sprinkle some shredded cheese on top, then when the cheese has melted, crack you an egg on top. Let the egg set a little bit, then flip it over and cook it on the other side for a minute. Flip it over and plate that bitch. Add the bacon and potatoes, sprinkle some more cheese over it, and spoon on a bunch of the salsa.
For the salsa, chop up some tomatoes, some red onion or shallots, a jalapeno or two, and squeeze a couple of limes into the bowl.
I cheated and added a tablespoon of the sweet chili dipping sauce I made last week, and a tablespoon of ginger scallion sauce that I made last night in preparation for tonight’s bo ssam.
The wild woman of borneo saw this and demanded a plate of it for her and her boyfriend, so today we sat around the table together and chowed down on this.
It was a nice moment.