The recipe for this creamy, chili-like dish was passed down through our church years ago. It's so warm and filling that we often prepare it when we take skiing trips to Colorado. It can be served over corn chips and eaten with a fork...or kept warm in a slow cooker and served as a hearty dip at parties.
-Laurie Withers, Wildomar, California
"I love seafood and sometimes order the seafood nacho appetizer at our local Mexican restaurant as my entree," says Linda McKee, Big Prairie, Ohio. "I've tried many times to duplicate those tasty morsels at homethis recipe comes close."
Put a new delicious spin on nachos! Simple to make, these are ideal for most any party or a fun night in with family. Consider a build-your-own nacho bar so guests can choose their toppings. Mike Tchou - Pepper Pike, Ohio
Served as the main dish at our family reunion buffet, this flavorful layered taco-style dish is a crowd-pleaser. Folks are pleasantly surprised to find a rice layer, and everyone enjoys the creamy cheese sauce.
Here’s a colorful, party appetizer from Gail Cawsey that’s delicious and so simple. Rotisserie (or leftover) chicken keeps it quick, and the seasonings and splash of lime juice lend fantastic flavor. "In fact, laughs the Fawnskin, California cook, "my husband likes this snack so much that he often requests it for dinner!"
I wanted something different than a cheese-based appetizer. That's what you'll have in this fresh and flavorful snack. s for out by the pool. Tortilla chips are topped with a creamy guacamole and zippy shrimp mixture. It's yummy!Ann Deren-Lewis, Bradbury, California
These crispy nachos have always been a big hit in our house. Topped with kid-friendly ingredients like ground beef and cheddar cheese, they're sure to be requested by your children. And older kids enjoy that they can microwave them themselves. -Ruth Ann Bott, Lake Wales, Florida
My family loves traditional nachos, but I was looking to offer something a little different. Now they gobble up this version with ground beef, vegetables and a creamy cheese sauce. - Merry Holthus, Auburn, Nebraska.
Mexican food is popular for potluck gatherings here in South Texas, and this dish always brings "oohs" and "aahs". It's usually served as an appetizer, but is hearty enough for a main course along with a salad and Spanish rice. —Connie Bolton, San Antonio, Texas