Many variations of Huevos Rancheros, a tradition of eating eggs and hot chile that dates back for centuries. The dish traditionally was served at the large mid-morning breakfast on rural farms where workers had a much smaller meal at dawn.
Huevos Rancheros (literally “ranch eggs” or “eggs country-style” in Spanish. was one of the first real fusion cuisines, born of the culinary marriage between the Spanish Conquistadors and the Native Americans. Much of what is labelled “Mexican” food is a variation of several regional cuisines (i.e. Tex Mex), and the New Mexico fusion of Indian and Mexican foods are beyond compare.