Nacho Recipe Is Sure To Please2014-08-02
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This nacho recipe is very tasty and easy to make. Nachos make a great appetizer and will have your guests cleaning their plate.
Now if I haven’t mentioned this before, the sauce is what makes the dish. Since nachos are mostly sauce and cheese, the sauce needs to be good, great’s even better.
The recipe I’m about to give you was a very popular dish when we had our restaurant. Customers licked their plate clean.
- 1 oven proof dish
- 1 bag of tortilla chips
- enchilada sauce, recommendations below
- 1 lb. mild cheddar cheese, shredded
- sour cream, optional
- Guacamole, optional
Spread the tortilla chips out in a single layer on an oven proof dish.
Using a ladle, drizzle warm enchilada sauce over all the chips.
Here is my recommendations for enchilada sauce.
- Try my enchilada sauce recipe
- If you have a favorite Mexican Restaurant, buy a quart of sauce from them. At least you will know what you are getting.
- Try Trader Joe’s Enchilada sauce. It comes in a bottle and is really good.
Then sprinkle mild cheddar cheese on top of the enchilada sauce.
This is a recipe you can get creative with. You can add pretty much what ever suits your fancy. You can add things like chopped onion, chopped olives, mexican beef or chicken, tomatoes, onions, etc.
If you want to add a little fire, chop up a fresh jalapeno and sprinkle on top.
Heat this dish in a 400 degree oven. Wait for the cheese to completely melt and the sauce bubble around the edges.
Remember: “It’s Gotta Be Hot To Be Good.”
Add a couple of dollups of sour cream and guacamole in the center of the nachos and you are ready to serve it up. Enjoy!