Best Nachos 3 Different Ways

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Nachos are always a crowd favourite, whether for Super Bowl, game day or family movie night, this food idea is an easy appetizer or easy dinner food idea that everyone loves. You'll want to take a look at the Recipe Rebel site for three different takes on this popular favorite. You can skip the regular ground beef in these nacho food ideas in favor of Pepperoni Pizza nachos, Philly Cheesesteak nachos, or Bacon Chicken Alfredo nachos. These nacho food ideas are new twists on an old favorite. To make the best nachos you'll want to follow some tips. First of all start with a big, rimmed baking sheet and a piece of parchment paper, so you won't have any of that cheesy goodness left behind on the pan, making for easier cleanup. Add the cheese to the nachos food idea before the other toppings, and a little cheese on top for more flavor. If you are adding a drizzle of sauce, the cheese keeps the nacho chips from getting soggy and acts like glue in this food idea to make sure every bite is loaded. And don't be afraid to mix things up, there is no need to stick to any nacho recipe. Make you own version of nachos by adding some veggies, meats, and a variety of different cheeses to make them unique. For the full step by step recipe for these nacho food ideas, you'll want to take a look at the Recipe Rebel site.

One of the nacho food ideas you'll find on the site includes a recipe for bacon chicken alfredo nachos. Imagine combing two of your favorite food ideas, chicken alfredo and nachos, for a food idea the whole family will love. For this nacho food idea, you'll need tortilla chips, shredded mozzarella cheese, Alfredo sauce, bacon, chicken, and Parmesan cheese. To start this nacho food idea, preheat the oven to 400 degrees F and line a rimmed baking sheet with some parchment paper. Then spread one layer of nachos on the parchment and then sprinkle with shredded cheese. For the other nacho, food ideas take a look at the Recipe Rebel site.

When it comes to homemade versions of your favorite bar food, nachos as a food idea are pretty easy to make. But there's a world of difference between nachos that are gooey, cheesy, crunchy and spicy and nachos that are soggy. A good way to avoid soggy nacho chips is to choose your nacho chips wisely. A thick, sturdy restaurant-style nacho chip is important when it comes to making homemade nacho food ideas. A thin tortilla chip may be crunchy and crisp, but a thin tortilla chip can't take all the weight of all those nacho toppings. Whether you choose a big name tortilla chip or an artisanal, small-batch tortilla chip brand, you want to be sure that it's hearty and heavy. Those kinds of nacho chips will have the greatest structural integrity. And be sure to layer like a pro. One layer of nacho chips and toppings is good, but a double layer is even better. For maximum crunchy to gooey nacho texture, you want to start with a layer of nacho chips that completely covers the bottom of your baking tray. Then, slather the nachos with any toppings that need to be hot and melted, such as beans, shredded meat, and cheese. Then, do it all over again with another layer of nacho chips and another of toppings. The last thing your nacho food ideas need is some cheese.

You'll find these nacho food ideas on The Recipe Rebel site. On the site, you'll find main dish food ideas, side dish recipes, dessert recipes, appetizer food ideas and more. **

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