This is one of our favorite breakfast (and sometimes lunch and dinner) recipes that we came up with. It is easy to make while glamping, and the recipe is enough for 4 servings. We each eat two, but a hearty appetite would be able to eat 3 easily. There is usually some beans/chilis leftover.
Place the black beans and chilis (leave a few out as a garnish) into a pot, on the stove top. Add some cumin and taco spices to taste. As the beans heat up I like to smash them a bit, but not so much as to make them like refried beans. While the beans/chilis are cooking, prep the sides. Once the beans are simmering, heat up your griddle. While the griddle is heating up I like to add the tortillas so they become warm and toasty. Cook your eggs as you desire without overcooking them. We like ours over easy (just a bit runny) along with some of the taco spice sprinkled on top.
Once the eggs are finished, put the tortillas on the plate (we like to slightly over lap them), add the black bean mixture and eggs on each tortilla, then all of the sides. We like to share an avocado along with sour cream, salsa, and a few chilis.
Enjoy this quick, and easy, huevos rancheros!