Aren’t you sick of eating nachos with 50% of the chips lacking toppings? What a waste! Here’s a simple guide to make the perfect nachos. Every nacho with a perfect portion of gooey cheese, and all your favorite toppings. Once your nachos are baked, you may want to use a squeeze bottle to drizzle sour cream and salsa over your chips, but I am more of a dunker. You can apply this cooking method to any type of nachos. Some of my other favorite toppings: shredded lettuce, ground beef, chicken and chopped bell peppers.
AHP Perfectly Topped Goat Cheese Nachos
- aluminum foil
- banking sheet: 1
- cooling racks: 2
- yellow corn chips: 12 ounces (about 1 bag)
- shredded goat cheese: 12 ounces
- jalapeños: 4
- large red onion: 1/3 medium
- sour cream: 6 ounces
- salsa: as desired
- baked chicken is also great: see recipe.
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
- Giving yourself 12 inches from the top of the stove to place the oven rack.
- On your cooling racks and baking sheet spread chips out in one layer.
- Sprinkle shredded goat cheese evenly over the chips. Then top with jalapeños and red onion.
- Roll up 8 balls of aluminum foil and place in corners of coolings racks and backing sheet.
- Stack racks
- Bake for 6–10 minutes, cheese should be melted. Serve with sour cream and salsa for dunking.
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