Eatinerary: Nanananananananana Nachos!

Sing it to the tune of Adam West’s Batman TV series theme!

What you’ll need:

  • For the chips:
    • Onion, chopped to bits
    • a bag of tortilla chips, find a plain one if you can. I’m using a cheaper, flavored one since it’s well.. cheaper 😀
    • Ground beef
    • Cheese, any type of cheese should be ok, but it’ll work best with a mix of mozzarella and cheddar
    • salt, pepper, and optionally, Worcestershire sauce
  • For Salsa:
    • Onion, chopped to bits
    • skinned tomatoes, chopped to bits
    • lemon juice, just a little bit
    • cilantro, or coriander leaves, minced
    • salt, pepper

First, prepare the minced  beef. Heat up a pan with a bit of olive oil, and put in the onion. Wait until they’re transparent and smell delicious, and put in the beef. Add salt and pepper to taste. I also add Worcestershire sauce to mine. Steer until the juice from the beef dried out.

Get a wide , oven-able bowl, and start laying out a layer of tortilla chips. Put a layer of minced beef on top of the tortilla layer, and then a layer of cheese. Repeat for a second, and optionally a third layer if you don’t really care about your weight and health 😀

Pre-heat your oven with medium heat, and bake the chips for 15 to 20 minutes

While the chips are baking, get all of the ingredients for the salsa into a bowl, and mix them. You can additionally put chopped jalapeño if you want more bites. If you have a food processor, use it to make the mix into even smaller chunks. You can also use pre-made salsa bought from store, but those usually lack enough kick of cilantro.

Take out the chip from your oven, bring up How To Get Away With Murder season 2, and enjoy your sinful treat 😀





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