Where do I begin? Okay, I know….first off, who doesn’t like Nachos? Anyone? Didn’t think so! Let’s get this party started! Well friends, these are “Nacho” Typical Nachos Recipe!
At a bar watching a game? Or starting off at a tailgating party before a game. Maybe just at home with some friends with the game on. Wherever you are, Nachos are a Gr8 dish to share with friends. It’s time to gather together over some melty, cheesy, chippy goodness!
Most Nachos are meat, beans, chips and cheese Some are meatless. Certainly, most people would agree that when the Nachos are all dressed up, when melted, the cheese is often the star of the “show,” right?
Although these nachos have all the flavors of Mexico, like I said, this is “Nacho” Typical Nachos Recipe! Because I do love my cheese, the Buffalo Nacho Sauce here in this recipe adds a little extra goodness to the dish. Pairing perfectly with the melted cheesy love!
Let me give you a little hint! Make a little extra sauce. Maybe even double it. Because once you taste it, you’ll be happy you have more. It’s got the “kick” of heat that most people love. Therefore, I always have a little on the side for some extra drizzling!
Confession: While roasted at home is always Gr8. Store bought rotisserie saves at times, too! It was a crazy busy day when I created this recipe, therefore, the chicken that I used was one from our local market. A hot and ready rotisserie chicken, with skin that was nice and crispy brown. The meat, moist and easy to shred and bathed in the hot sauce, when mixed in with the corn and cheese, I could’ve eaten it as I layered it…right then and there!
There was so much chicken shredded from the bird, I needed to use both my 12” and 7” Lodge cast iron skillets. Seems like I’m going to have some extra for lunch tomorrow!
For dinner the four of us ate about 3/4 of the larger skillet, then covered the remainder and kept it in the fridge. Yay! Leftovers! Our daughters, Bela and Miranda, divided what was left and brought some to work along with a little container of our always on hand, Salsa Verde.
How happy was I, when a few days later, my sister in law, Laura, asked me to bring an appetizer to her World Series party. Another busy day (story of my life!)…what should I bring?! Hey! I’ve got that smaller skillet of nachos in the fridge! Yes, this is perfect! I preheated the oven, shredded a little more cheese on top, drizzled a little extra sauce (see…so glad I had extra!), popped it in the oven and done….Ready in time for the first pitch! I hope Laura has some Pink Lemonade Margaritas ready to mix up!
A Gr8 way to feed a crowd! Boy were these nachos a “hit!”