Nachos is revered in Mexican, Tex-Mex, and American cuisines. But few people know the origins of game day food (or Oscars day … or Tuesday) the staple! In 1943, some wives of American soldiers stationed at Fort Duncan in Eagle Pass, Texas, were on a shopping trip in the border town of Piedras Negras, Mexico. They stopped by at Al Nasr Club to eat, but the restaurant was closed for the day. Not wanting to disappoint his clients, Mister Ignacio “El Nacho” Anaya was determined to offer them something. Deserve what’s left in the kitchen: tortillas, cheese, and pickled jalapeno. He cut and trimmed the tortilla into slices, covered it with cheese and jalapeno, and served what could be called “nacho specialties”.
Since this fateful day, nachos has spread in popularity and you can now find variations in the kitchens of homes and restaurants all over the world. This recipe is one of our favorites. It’s guaranteed and sure to be delicious, but feel free to mix and match your favorite ingredients. More questions? Check out the answers below to the most popular nacho questions on the internet.
What are some of the additions to nachos?
We have an impressive amount of toppings in this recipe! If you’re looking for more options, try some of these: guacamole, pico de gallo, shredded lettuce, cottage cheese, roasted corn, pinto beans, black olives, fresh jalapeno slices, pickled red onions, sliced steak, shredded chicken, or Crumbly tofu.
Can nachos be healthy?
They can totally! I wouldn’t call these nachos healthy, but if you’re looking for an alternative, we have options! Check out these zucchini nachos, bell pepper nachos, or cauliflower nachos – all great alternatives! Plus you get a large portion of the vegetables. Win / win!
° Taco seasoning (or you can use one packet of store-bought taco seasoning)
° 1 pound ground meat
° 1/2 yellow onion, diced
° 2 sachets of tortilla chips (16 oz each)
° 1 Beans can be re-fried
° 16 ounces of shredded cheese of your choice (I used cheddar and Monterey Jack)
° 3 Roma tomatoes, diced
° 2 to 3 green onions, sliced
* Instructions :
Heat the oven at 400 degrees.
Meanwhile, on the stove, roast the ground meat and dice the onion over a medium to high heat until fully cooked (about 8 minutes) and drain.
Return beef to skillet, also sprinkle it on taco seasoning.
Stirring 3/4 cup of water, also simmer, minimze heat & simmer To the liquid has mainly evaporated, about 6 min .
While beef is cooking, adding a big layer of chips to 2 baking sheets lined with parchment paper.
Pour fried beans with a spoon, semi on every skillet. This is thicken , but I added a heaping spoonful to all of chips.
Pour semi amount of ground meat to every foil tray.
Sprinkling grated cheese on top.
Baking at 400 degreesfor 16 min .
Taking it out of the oven also sprinkle with dice tomatoes & green onions.
Serve directly . …