Huevos motuleños

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Huevos motuleños
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CourseBreakfast
Place of originMexico
Region or stateMotul, Yucatán
Main ingredientsTortillas, eggs, black beans, cheese

Huevos motuleños (pronounced [ˈweβos motuˈleɲos]) is a breakfast food which originated in the town of Motul (Yucatán). The dish is made with eggs on tortillas with black beans and cheese, often with other ingredients such as ham, peas, plantains, and salsa picante.[1] In addition to being served in many restaurants in Yucatán, Quintana Roo and Oaxaca, this breakfast dish is also common in Cuba and Costa Rica.

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  1. ^ Rick Bayless, JeanMarie Brownson & Deann Groen Bayless (1996). Rick Bayless's Mexican Kitchen. New York, New York (USA): Scribner. pp. 270–271. ISBN 978-0684800066.