You’ve heard it since kindergarten…breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And, for my money, has the potential to be the most delicious. ‘Cept (you knew it was coming), here’s the problem with breakfast: you eat it in the morning. When you’ve just woken up. Before you have to go to work. When the last thing you have time for is cooking. Enter: breakfast for dinner, the most magical thing since, um…breakfast for lunch? We do this in my house at least once a week, and they’re usually my favorite meals. Tonight, I’m totally making this skillet, throw-in-what-you’ve-got huevos rancheros recipe from Birchbox Man. They say, “Prepared in a cast iron skillet, this Mexican egg dish is intensely flavorful and seriously filling—not to mention quite a feast for the eyes. Best of all, it’s easily scalable. Make it for yourself or make it for a crowd. Chef and photographer Sylvia Fountaine says, ‘This is my favorite ‘breakfast for dinner’ meal. And it’s pretty darn good for breakfast too.’ We agree.”
And since it’s not breakfast, go ahead and enjoy it with a homemade michelada – snag the ManMade recipe here.
Get the recipe at Birchbox Man – Breakfast for Dinner: Skillet Huevos Rancheros [Recipe adapted from and photos by Sylvia Fountaine of Feasting at Home]