I mix in pita chips with tortilla chips on a jelly roll pan and decorate them with the layers of tomatoes, peppers, chopped artichoke hearts, sliced meat, cheese and olives.
To season, I sprinkle with Cajun seasoning or a bit of Chili Powder before broiling at 500F in the oven for 4-5 minutes.
This is an easy and fast meal to feed my family on the go and I even serve it to guests on the go.
My smiling sister who is a local volleyball referee had Ultimate Nachos as her pre-game meal at our house.
Two pans of nachos and a bowl of sliced peaches and bananas on the side with glasses of milk made for a fed family and smiles at our house.
Ultimate nachos far out weigh the nacho cheese pumped over tortilla chips from a concession stand and are a great way we get little ladies to try a few extra veggies.
Now that summer weather is cooling a bit are you getting back into a cooking routine?
I’m home all week and am looking forward to a routine of family evening meals…post football game and practices for our son.
To get some recipe and meal ideas, I am linking up today with Miss Leah for Hunk of Meat Monday. There are diverse recipes and great family meal options…