“We make yummy nachos with sloppy joe leftovers,” Judy DeMeyers relates from North Muskegon, Michigan. “I simply spread tortilla chips on a plate and top with spoonfuls of the meat mixture, salsa and shredded cheese, then microwave.”
My grandma served these sandwiches every time I visited, and when I had children of my own, I made these sandwiches. My grandchildren enjoy it now, too. It's an inexpensive recipe to make, so it's great for a party. —Patricia Pidgeon, Sycamore, Illinois
Your gang will huddle around the buffet table at half-time when you put out the two heaping plates of these spicy chicken nachos. “This is a ‘dash in the pan’ dish that’s always a hit.”—Karen Horning, Rockford, Illinois.