Divorced Eggs (huevos divorciados) is a traditional Mexican breakfast that consists of two eggs divided by something in the middle like refried beans, potatoes, or avocado. Then one of the eggs is topped with green salsa (tomatillo) and the other with red salsa (Mexican salsa).
A delicious Mexican dish that everyone at home will enjoy!
Here is the recipe for the famous divorced eggs. Enjoy!
1 cup of red sauce
240 gr of green sauce
100 gr of cotija cheese
200gr of refried beans
4 tablespoons oil
In a frying pan with hot oil, fry the tortillas, trying not to leave them too toasty. Remove excess fat and reserve.
Using the same pan, cook two fried eggs separately.
In different pans, fry each of the sauces. Heat the beans too.
Serve the tortillas as a base on a plate, add beans in the center of the tortilla, add red sauce on one side and green sauce on the other. Incorporate the eggs on top (one on each side)
Sprinkle the cotija cheese on top and garnish it with cilantro.
The classic recipe is made with sunny-side-up eggs but nothing says you can't make them with scrambled eggs, or any other way you like.
We hope you enjoy preparing this delicious breakfast, let us know how it went, take a picture and tag us on Instagram @clocfood