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Eddie Kennison
January 17, 2015 | Eddie Kennison

Nacho Night

Nachos aren't just for beer and casual hangouts anymore. Nacho appetizer dishes can be as simple or creative as you'd like. Either are perfect for football season as we head into the playoffs.

Depending on your crowd you might want to try one of the following recipes. And don't forget the two most important factors: how you build it and a superabundant amount of cheese.

First pick a chip that can hold some weight. We're talking linebacker tough! Often corn tortilla chips are thick and a great color to work with.

The variety of meats you can use is so expansive. Don't limit yourself to ground beef and your standard taco flavoring.

Try slow cooking beef roast (or get some ready-made pulled pork) with a half bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce and half container of beef broth. Drain the sauce so that it doesn't make your chips soggy.  Top with a sharp cheddar cheese, some diced onions, and coleslaw.

Love curry? Cook chicken breast in your favorite curry sauce (Biriani is great too) and don't forget to add that chicken broth to the pot. Top with aged cheddar, diced white onion, thinly sliced green peppers, petite diced tomatoes (drained), even a bit of rice if you'd like.

Make sure you have a large pan to create an impressive nacho spread.

Enjoy the games!


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