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This recipe is based on a Mexican classic. Make it as mild or as spicy as you like.

Source: Everyday Food, October 2003

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  • ishaolinma4928149
    19 MAR, 2013
    This is simply a pico de gallo blended. I make mine with homemade enchilada gravy that smothers corn tortillas and three fried eggs on top. Pico de gallo is not really an authentic topping for huevos rancheros. Use the above mentioned gravy (not canned please) or chile colorado for a more authentic dish. Clue: enchilada gravy (it is easy to make) has no tomatoes in it. It is red because of the use of chile powder not tomatoes. I don't care what the can says, it's wrong.
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  • Slunicko9
    9 APR, 2010
    To: myke828 and HeritageCook I think this is right. I saw similar thing on Martha's Kitchen today.
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  • myke828
    14 JUN, 2009
    You'd think with a billion dollar empire, a mistake like this would've been fixed by now. And a website with such a wealth of information would be a bit easier to navigate around. Grrrrr. Martha, Martha, Martha!!!
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  • Jane Bonacci_The Heritage Cook
    8 FEB, 2009
    You obviously have the ingredient list for a different recipe. When are you going to correct this error? Most of these comments have been up for a week with no correction.
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  • Jane Bonacci_The Heritage Cook
    8 FEB, 2009
    You obviously have the ingredient list for a different recipe. When are you going to correct this error? Most of these comments have been up for a week with no correction.
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  • leeleeg
    3 FEB, 2009
    You are so right..rancheros sauce is usually made up of tomatoes, onions and sometimes peppers. Traditionally no meat!
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  • ladyjane
    3 FEB, 2009
    Here's a guess: How about a 28 oz can of whole tomatoes instead of the beef?
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  • MS11773278
    3 FEB, 2009
    I think someone goofed. This isn't the correct ingredients for the recipe.
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  • enthous
    3 FEB, 2009
    Where does the beef go? I thought rancheros sauce was just a red sauce, no meat.
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  • mpnorr
    17 DEC, 2008
    How much puree tomatoes do you use. Does not specifiy in ingredients list
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