What makes these the Ultimate Steak Nachos and makes them better than any restaurant version out there? Two things really: They’re going to be piping hot and just perfect crunchy cheesy melty delish when you set them on the table and you get to put all your fave stuff on them! Beyond that, if you have peeps that want more of this or don’t like that, you can customize portions. Now that’s nachos for the win!
My son and I had the best time making these little Pulled Pork Mini Bells the other day. They were each just a perfect scrumptious little bite or two and I thought they might make a great lower carb option for a casual holiday party or a game day. Fair warning: they’re a crowd pleaser and are going to go fast!
Happy St. Paddy’s Day!! I’ve actually been cooking Irish recipes all week, but the standout was these nachos os in the style of McMullen’s Pub, located in Las Vegas, Nevada. These are crispy, crunchy homemade potato chips (sub in kettle chips if ya want) loaded with two kinds of cheese, crispy, frizzled corned beef (or other protein of choice) And sour cream or use one of those Chip & Dip Potato Toppers like I did in my McMullan’s Irish Nachos!
If you follow me (and if you don’t, I’d love it if you did, signups are to the right) you might remember I made an easy one pan Porcupine Skillet Dinner a few weeks ago. It was surprisingly good. Really, we kind of went nuts over it, and that inspired me to see if I could do the same thing with a Mexican style meal. And so my Easy Taco Skillet Dinner was born.
We seem to be having Cinco de Mayo week rather than just a day here at the Frugal household! Really, the three previous posts are all leading up to this very special recipe, Bob Armstrong Chile con Queso. What can I say? This is a masterpiece. I wish I could have gotten this recipe to you before the holiday, but make it anytime or pin it for later!