Ingredients

How to make it

  • Directions
  • On a cookie sheet, place corn chips - as many as will fit on without overlapping.
  • Take each chip and spread a THIN layer of bean dip over the top of each chip.
  • Mix broth into the chicken/turkey really well and then place approximately 1/2 teaspoon of chicken on top of the bean dip.
  • Slice the cheese into 1/4 inch slices down either edge or the block and then cut those slices so that they are approximately a square.
  • Place cheese over the chicken on each nacho chip.
  • You can put a slice of jalapeno pepper on now, or add warmed slices per taste later.
  • Preheat your oven broiler and then place the cookie sheet approximately 4 inches from the broiler element.
  • Broil only long enough to melt the cheese.
  • Remove cookie sheet from the oven and serve with jalapeno slices, salsa, sour cream, guacamole - to each his own.

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  • lynnthomas 4 years ago
    Thanks. These are really good. Still crunchy chips and thes rest is just warm. Yum. I haven't made any in quite a while because my nest is empty.
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    valinkenmore ate it and said...
    These sounds terrific. We used to go to a place in Houston that had "Indiviual Nachos" Same kind of recipe - different ingredients. Always love those. Then they had a flag on the table that you raised and lowered for hot and fresh sopapillas with warmed honey - oh yum! Thanks for the great recipe and HIGH 5 to you!
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  • lynnthomas 4 years ago
    My daughter always wanted me to make these when someone spent the night. One girl only wanted chips with melted cheese on hers, so you can vary the ingredients on some if needed.

    When I originally started making these, Old El Paso had refried beans with sausage. It made great bean dip all by itself, but I would use it on these nachos. I can't find those any more, but I suppose you could cook some pork sausage and mix it into the bean and use that instead. That, however, takes preplanning, which is not usually the situation when I make these. The original Restaurant nachos had some shredded beef on them as one of the layers. I don't bother, but you could do that if you had some left over roast.
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