Move aside, tortilla chips, because there’s another sheriff in town when it comes to nachos. As you’ll see once you try this recipe, fries make the perfect substitution to nest refried beans, gooey Cheddar cheese, salsa, sour cream, and whatever else you feel like piling on.
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You won't be able to get enough of this unique snack from the Levi’s Stadium Pop-up Nacho Menu. The stadium featured this recipe when the San Francisco 49ers played the Atlanta Falcons. Here's how to make them at home.Recipe courtesy of Frito-Lay
These addictive nachos are from Executive Chef Jon T. Severson at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The stadium featured this recipe when the San Francisco 49ers played the LA Rams for the divisional playoff game.Recipe courtesy of Frito-Lay
Try this unique twist on classic nachos, created by Tasty and served at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Crispy tortilla chips are layered with homemade Chihuahua cheese sauce, salsa verde, and salsa roja. They take a little more time than your usual nachos, but are so worth it!Recipe courtesy of Madison Square Garden
Do you remember when you were a kid and thought it would be so cool to be a grown up because you could eat whatever you wanted? Well here you are. And what better way to satisfy younger you than with your favorite snack food with dinner in the form of a nacho grilled cheese sandwich. If you’re a fan of jalapeno poppers, this nacho spin on grilled cheese is made for you. All you need is jarred pickled jalapenos, American cheese, white bread and butter. You don’t even need to dice up the jalapenos — just place the slices right on top of the cheese and gently press down with the other slice of bread to lock it all in. This is another one where you should start with the base of a classic grilled cheese.
When I think snacks, I think nachos. And when I think nachos I think about all the horrible nachos I've eaten over the years. You always get what ends up being a platter of chips with a smattering of toppings centered on top that disappears way too quickly. It's a ploy to get you to eat a bunch of nasty chips. Stuff it. I don't want your stinkin' chips. I want some real nachos!
So what are real nachos? A full distribution of toppings per each nacho. Fully-dressed individual nachos that are layered with each flavor so that you don't miss out on anything. It's nachos as meal really — there's so much stuff on each one that you could probably be satisfied by dinner eating just six of them.
Want to use canned refried beans? Go ahead, just don't skimp on five-minute stuff, man: simple salsa, chips, and guac. Then layer the chips, bean, steak, Cheddar, salsa, guacamole, crema, tomato, onion, spring onion, jalapeño, and cilantro. Heck, you could even argue that these are healthy. Think about it. Nachos that are baked, not fried; raw vegetables... it's almost a diet. Layer it high and proud.
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If quick and easy is your mantra this Cinco de Mayo, then you can't beat this nacho recipe. A spicy, tangy habanero lime cheese packs in tons of flavor with very little effort.This recipe is courtesy of Yellow Door Creamery.
The best part about tender cuts of bison, like its skirt steak, is that they still hold the rich, intense flavor of the meat but do great with seasonings, too. This recipe seasons skirt with soy sauce, lime juice, and cilantro, and sears it to perfect. Diced up and piled with cheese over crispy tortillas, and it becomes part of some of the best nachos you’ve ever had.