A hit at parties and sporting events, beef nachos are meant to be shared. From Mexican beef nachos to cheesy-rich varieties, these easy recipes are conversation starters.See Popular Beef Nachos Recipes
Involve the kids in making these taco-flavored beef nachos. Serve as a party appetizer or a main dish.
Saute ground beef, onion and chili powder and stir in a cheese sauce to fill crisp taco shells.
If you have 25 minutes, and a craving for great nachos, this is the recipe for you. Give 'em a try...you'll see what we mean.
If you're serving a crowd that's hungry for a mouthwatering appetizer, serve these tasty nachos, loaded with seasoned ground beef and a creamy sauce.
Mix up all the fixings for nachos--ground beef, cheese, salsa, and olives--and bake them in a casserole for a family-pleasing dinner. Slices of pizza dough stand in for the chips.
When you are in the mood for a snack knowing how to make nachos is invaluable. These nachos are piled with cheese, beans, beef, jalapenos and more!
Amid the cheers for touchdowns and field goals on Super Bowl Sunday, let's give a shout out to Ignacio Anaya, the inventor of the nacho! You may be especially inspired as you reach for one of the meat, cheese, bean, and salsa-loaded tortilla chips that are as much a part of a Super Bowl party (or any party, for that matter) as a spicy Buffalo chicken wing. And we've got plenty of nachos recipes to inspire you.
When you get a case of the munchies, knowing how to make nachos is an invaluable skill. Whether they're topped with nothing more than melted cheese or loaded with a heaping pile of ground beef, beans, tomatoes, jalapenos and more, nothing satisfies that "crunch" craving like.
Super Bowl Sunday is easily one of the most important culinary events in America. Let's face it; many Super Bowl viewers are as much invested in the buffet table as they are the game. So if you're looking to make pizza a part of your Super Bowl spread, we encourage you to treat the day with the utmost respect: put that delivery menu away and serve homemade pizza instead!
If we lived our lives like TV chefs, making dinner would always be a marathon: slow, steady and with plenty of breaks. Here in the real world, dinnertime at my house (and probably yours, too!) more often resembles a sprint: a mad dash to get something, anything remotely nutritious and tasty on the table before the kids start melting down and the adults lose all steam.
If your holiday season included a few too many cookies or glasses of eggnog (whose didn't?), and your New Year's resolution includes a return to healthy eating, we're here to get you off to a great start. Since smooth, gentle transitions are always the easiest, we're giving you some of our best low-fat dinner recipes; you know, the ones that taste so good you might not believe they're low-fat.
Skip the takeout order and make these Mexican restaurant favorites at home in 30 minutes or less.
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