Spicy Nacho Bake
Total TimePrep: 1 hour Bake: 20 min.
Makes2 casseroles (15 servings each)
I used salsa instead of the canned tomatoes and added chilis and jalapenos. Yum! The nachos turned into mush though so I would use half the chips next time and serve the other half on the side to add crunch.
We love these simple casseroles. They freeze so well!!
I love nachos so I had to give this a try. It was delicious but I felt like it was still missing something. Next time I'll be adding a jar of hot salsa and and pickled jalapenos! Mmmmm
I tried this recipe for a potluck today and it was well-received. For our taste, I would kick it up a bit. We thought it a bit bland, but worthy enough to try to "fix it".
This was so easy to make. I had everything on hand but I used mild chili beans instead of hot. Topped with sour cream. My kids loved it so this is a keeper.
I spiced it up a bit and I add Taco House Original Salad Dressing to it after it can out of the oven. Good!
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Great Recipe! I made one small change and added Rotel diced tomatoes and green chilies in place of the regular diced tomatoes just to up the spice factor a bit. I also topped the nachos with cilantro and green onions before serving. Will absolutely make these again.
I cut the recipe in half as well, and I used no-added-salt corn (15 oz can) and tomato sauce to cut the sodium content. I also decreased the chips (10-11 oz) and cheese (1 1/2 cups). Husband loved it and didn't miss a thing! Next time, I'll try more reduced-sodium ingredients and ground turkey.