Huevos Divorciados, or “Divorced Eggs”.

This is one of the most common ways to have breakfast in Mexico.

Huevos Divorciados

Divorced eggs with  homemade salsas is a Mexican breakfast featuring two fried eggs separated by a column of beans or chilaquiles.

Typically, one egg is covered in salsa roja, while the other is covered in salsa verde (a tomatillo based salsa), giving them distinctly different and complementary flavors. If you like to start your day with the most common ways to have breakfast in Mexico, you have come to the right place. 

Use 1 bottle of Tierra Brava Red Homemade Style Salsa and Use 1 bottle of Tierra Brava Green Homemade Style Salsa.  Add Salsa at your convenience. 

Divorced eggs with homemade salsas are just one of the typical dishes for breakfast, we want to share with you the most traditional dishes Mexican enjoy daily. 

Other suggestions for breakfast are bricklayer eggs, quesadillas, chilaquiles, scrambled eggs with red or green salsa, sunnyside up eggs with hashbrowns potatoes and red salsa, fried eggs with green salsa, sopes and pellizcadas, tlayudas, huevos ahogados (drowned eggs), molletes, entomatadas, pambazos, huevos motuleños, enchiladas, enchiladas suizas, tacos de carnitas, and many other combinations where you can add your preferred salsa, you can add to any of this recipes aside portions of beans, a hot coffee or chocolate, en if you like so a piece of pan dulce. This will make you a complete Mexican breakfast.  

 At Tierra Brava we do our products based only on traditional Mexican recipes, you can read more about our story and visit also our corporate website with information on more interesting products. 

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