As in many parts of the world, eggs are also a breakfast staple in Mexico. For example, huevos ahogados, or drowned eggs, are made with poached eggs that are “drowned” in a sauce made with tomatoes, garlic, peppers, and onions. The dish is served with tortillas to scoop up any leftover salsa (via Hispanic Kitchen). On the other hand, the popular recipe for huevos rancheros, or rancher’s eggs, is made with a combination of tortillas, eggs, beans and red salsa, although nowadays there are many modern variations. of the dish. And a dish called huevos divorciados, AKA divorced eggs, is the most symbolic of them all.
SBS reports that the dish consists of two fried eggs on corn tortillas. The “divorce” refers to the fact that each egg is served with a different sauce – one with mild green salsa and the other with tangy red salsa, along with sides such as guacamole, potatoes or refried beans. This delicious breakfast dish is usually topped with crumbled queso fresco cheese pieces and chopped cilantro, by Isabel Eats. As a final tip, Maricruz Avalos recommends pairing huevos divorciados with drinks such as orange juice or café de olla, a traditional coffee drink made with cinnamon and piloncillo sugar, for one of the Mexican breakfasts. the most authentic ones you can have.