Top Girl came over last night to help me with some bloggy stuff while her husband and Rocket spent time with his parents. The weather was cool, rainy, and dreary so some warm comfort food was in order but working full time prevents a long-involved recipe and prep so as I drove home, I went through my mental index file of go-to recipes. It’s a short list so it didn’t take too long! I decided Carne Asada Nachos fit the bill and would only take about 15 minutes to prepare and cook – my kind of meal!
Carne Asada Nachos
Preheat the oven to 350 F.
Here are the ingredients you will need:
Spray a foil covered pan with non-stick spray and place chips, beef (or chicken), and shredded cheese on top. Place in oven for about 10 minutes.
Prepare these toppings:
Once you take them out, place them on a plate and top with your favorite garnishes.
Choc Chip Uru
Mmm you have me craving the deliciousness of nachos my friend, big time!!!
And your other site sounds fantastic – it must have a range of wonderful posts knowing you 🙂
Thank you for the support on the other blog! You better go get you some nachos then!!
I love nachos. If we have any meat leftover next time I make fajitas I am going to try these.
Oh, you won’t be sorry, I promise!
The Domestic Rebel
OMG, nachos are one of my faves. Rarely have them for some dumb reason, but this gives me every reason to 🙂 funny, there’s a place in Northern California called Adelberto’s that are famous for their carne asade nachos and fries–this reminds me of theirs, though I’m sure homemade would take the cake anyday!
It DOES mean I can put as much cheese as I want on them…..and I LOVE cheese! The first time I had these was about 7 years ago at O’Hare airport in Chicago. There’s a Chili’s or TGIFriday’s in there. We were held in a layover and were starving. As soon as I ate them, loved ’em….started making them about 3 months after that and have been making them ever since. Just love, and so easy.