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Beet Tostadas With Fried Eggs

Beet Tostadas With Fried Eggs

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Many think Mexican food is heavy and meat-forward, but that came with Spanish colonization. Before, it was mostly vegetables. We tapped into that tradition by seasoning beets with chorizo spices. An egg on top adds Texas-style breakfast taco vibes. Beets can stand up to a hard roast and plenty of spice. Their sweet earthiness and firm texture are ideal for making meatless chorizo. If beets aren’t your thing, winter squash or another sweet root vegetable will also work.


  • 1½ lb. red beets (about 2 large), peeled, cut into ¼" pieces
  • 2 garlic cloves, finely grated
  • 2 Tbsp. ancho chile powder
  • 1 tsp. crushed dried oregano, preferably Mexican
  • ½ tsp. freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 Tbsp. Diamond Crystal or 1½ tsp. Morton kosher salt, plus more
  • 2⅓ cups plus 3 Tbsp. vegetable oil, divided
  • 1 large white onion, halved through root end, sliced ¼" thick
  • 6 medium serrano chiles, quartered lengthwise, leaving stems and seeds intact
  • 6 6"-diameter corn tortillas
  • Salsa de Árbol (for serving)

Recipe Preparation

  • Place a rack in middle of oven; preheat to 350°. Toss beets, garlic, chile powder, oregano, paprika, cumin, pepper, 1 Tbsp. Morton kosher salt, and ⅓ cup oil in a medium bowl until beets are coated. Scrape onto a foil-lined rimmed baking sheet; bake, tossing every 15 minutes, until beets are tender and spices are very fragrant and smell slightly toasted, 35–45 minutes.

  • Meanwhile, heat 2 cups oil in a large saucepan over high until oil bubbles immediately when the edge of a tortilla touches the surface. Carefully fry onion, adding a little bit at time to avoid too much spattering and reducing heat as needed, until tender and beginning to brown, about 5 minutes. Transfer to a paper-towel-lined baking sheet. Repeat process with chiles, about 5 minutes. Transfer to same baking sheet. Fry sage leaves until crisp, about 30 seconds. Transfer to baking sheet. Working one at a time, fry tortillas, turning once, until crisp, puffed in places, and deep golden brown, about 1 minute per side. Transfer tostadas to baking sheet.

  • Heat remaining 3 Tbsp. oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high. Crack eggs into skillet, leaving space around each one, and cook until whites are set and edges are crisp, about 4 minutes. Season with salt.

  • Spoon beet mixture onto tostadas, dividing evenly, and top each with an egg, then fried onion, chiles, sage, and Salsa de Árbol.

Reviews SectionExquisite. I cut up a chayote squash as well into 1/4" pieces and mixed it in with the beets. Served it on guajillo chile tostadas. Fried the eggs slowly to get them super jammy. Wow.a.goekler7491Denton, TX07/09/20My partner and I are still processing how delicious this was. Found this recipe looking for a way to use up some sage. These are amazing. Bon Appetit, pay Rick fairly to make this into a video. The depth o flavors.AnonymousCalgary, AB, Canada06/27/20I made this with a mix of beets and potatoes (didn't have quite enough beets on hand), and it was delicious! I will definitely cook this again, especially in the fall when I get a glut of root vegetables from my CSA.These were so so good. I ended up using sweet potatoes instead of beets, and could only find jalapeños (quarantine is making it hard to find the right ingredients). I don't regret the sweet potato choice at all, it works so well with the spice blend. I also added avocado to add a little fat to everything, and it just made everything better. These were amazing. They aren't spicy, but at the same time are really flavorful. I may end up adding more chiles in the future for added heat, but all around amazing.AnonymousMassachusetts05/21/20I've made these twice now. Highly recommended! Simply deliciousAnonymousAustin, TX05/05/20I've never taken the time to write a review before but these were so good I had to! Saw this recipe and thought to make it. When my neighbor down the street (who I had never meet before!) showed up with a bag full of beets I had to make it. Had it for breakfast this morning and it was amazing. Tasted like something you would find in a restaurant!Thank goodness for you, Rick. I got unexpected and bonus beets (!!!) in my first ever CSA box and had no idea what to do! I already have everything I need to make this recipe happen in my pantry which is so essential in (said ominously) these times. I have yet to make it but I couldn't wait to express my joy for one of the only (???) beet recipes on Bon Appetit to be something that looks easy and flavorful, and so well reviewed.breebridger3741Houston, TX04/27/20Super yummy! Well worth the work. Frying the tortillas makes all the difference. It was a delicious flavor combo.carterjohnsenMontana, USA04/27/20We've made several of the Taco Nation recipes and this has been favorite so far (with the Duck Carnitas a close second). Well worth the dicing of the beets. Will branch out next time and try carrots, butternut squash, etc. I'd make double the filling next time so we could have leftovers. I did remove the seeds from the serranos which was just perfect for us. SO SO SO good.maryfabrikant5429Denver, CO04/26/20These were so so good. Had a really good kick to them and worth the time and effort! Crowd pleaser for sure.Wow! This tostada was SO good. I love beets. It gave the tostada a more earthy taste. Runny yolk and the salsa de arbol is was so tasty. My boyfriend said it’s the best tostada his had so far! Will for sure make it againCookitkelly_Colorado03/27/20Wow. Just, wow. These were absolutely amazing! In fact, my husband said that it was the best vegetarian meal he's ever made: crunchy tostadas, spicy beets, melt-in-your-mouth onions, all covered with a delicious, fatty egg. Incredibly delicious.A splendid medley of flavors and textures! We prepped ingredients the night before and stored them in the fridge. It made the cooking go quickly. If you wish to reduce the heat of the peppers, just remove the seeds prior to plating.AnonymousChattanooga, Tennessee03/20/20These are incredibly good. Made the recipe exactly as written. Each bite has like 5 layers of flavor happening at once that all go together incredibly well.These are absolutely incredible and addicting. The only change we made was making them taco style rather then tostada. The flavors are layered and compliment one another so well. Such a dynamic meal. Def going into the recipe book. Yum!!!soundsofsilences0700102/26/20

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