January 26th – Nachos

WordPress seems to be having issues this morning. Every time I add a photo, it changes any previous photos to the new photo and adds multiples….

Anyway, Dan and I had a nice time out and about yesterday. It had been a couple of weeks since I had been anywhere, so it was nice to get a change of scenery – even if most of our scenery is buried under an abundance of snow.

We stopped at Mark’s for their seasonal clearance sale, where I did not buy anything. We stopped at Walmart, where I did buy a few things including three pairs of round the house lounging pants. We stopped at Old Fashioned Foods to pick up raw sunflower seeds and enjoy the heavenly aromas of that store. Finally we drove across the city to a little shop to pick up some CBD cream. With all the running around, it was too late to put together the supper I had planned on, so… we made nachos for supper.

Brown ground beef and add taco seasoning.
Spread on tortilla chips with green onions, red pepper, jalapeno peppers, green and black olives
Cover with shredded habanero cheese
Bake until cheese is melted and broil until cheese is browned. Serve with salsa and sour cream.

That was a painful experience! I hope this post goes through as I made it and you are not treated to seventeen copies of the same photo. πŸ˜•

That is it for today. Take care and have a great day!

30 thoughts on “January 26th – Nachos

  1. Thank you! When I am feeding the younger grandkids, I tone it down – skip the jalapenos and use regular shredded marble cheese. Although … Even when our Prim was a tiny tot she could handle the heat!

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  2. Looks good but a bit spicy for me. After browning the hamburger (2 lbs. and 2 pkgs. of seasoning) I add a can of refried beans. It helps the meat stick to the chips. Then I freeze portions in ziplock bags, pressed flat so the meat is done when it’s nacho night. Hubs is on a low carb diet so I cut up a couple peppers (red, yellow, orange) and add the meat and cheese, then bake his for 13-15 minutes…

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  3. I love refried beans! That sounds like a plan. I always make too much meat, but the leftover goes into macaroni or rice for Dan’s work lunch and/or I use it up for salad for me. I tone down the spice if we have younger grandkids here on a nacho night. Have a great day, Neese!

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  4. I wish I had someone to cook for me like you cook. Those nachos look beautiful and tasty, they are a favorite of mine. I have never made any that look as yummy as yours though,

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