huevos rancheroshue·vos ran·che·ros
fried eggs with a creole sauce, a Mexican dish popular in the U.S.
Origin of huevos rancherosMexSp, eggs in ranch or country style from plural of huevo, egg + plural of ranchero (in adjectival use): see ranchero
A Mexican dish consisting of fried or poached eggs covered with a spicy sauce of red or green tomatoes and usually served on a tortilla.
Origin of huevos rancherosAmerican SpanishSpanish huevos pl. of huevo egg American Spanish rancheros pl. of ranchero ranch-style