Epic Beef Nachos Supreme
Is there anything more satisfying than a loaded tray of nachos, still hot from the oven? They are the PERFECT weekend treat and they couldn’t be any easier to make! This recipe is foolproof and sure to be delicious, but feel free to mix and match with your favourite ingredients. More questions? Check out answers below to the Internet’s most frequently asked nacho questions.
What are some toppings for nachos?
We’ve got a pretty impressive amount of toppings in this recipe! If you’re looking for more options, try some of these: guacamole, pico de gallo, shredded lettuce, grilled sweetcorn, pinto beans, black olives, fresh jalapeno slices, pickled red onions, cubed steak, shredded chicken, or crumbled tofu.
Are nachos fried or baked?
Nachos are baked, but the corn chips used in them are usually fried.
Do you put salsa on nachos before cooking?
We wouldn’t recommend it! Any ingredients you want to retain freshness and crunch should be added after the nachos go into the oven. We’re talking herbs, greens, tomatoes, fresh salsas, avocado, and guacamole—none of these things are good warm.
What kind of cheese is used with nachos?
We’re big fans of cheddar, but your options are limitless. Just make sure it melts!
Nachos Supreme are the standard order of nachos that contain meat at Taco Bell. The dish consists of crispy tortilla chips topped with ground beef, diced tomatoes, refried beans, nacho cheese sauce, and a dollop of reduced fat sour cream, finished off with a sprinkle of green onions on top.
You need to make this epic beef nachos supreme at your next game day. Seasoned ground beef, refried beans, cheese, tomatoes and green onions make such a great flavor combination.
These nachos were inspired by my teenage days when we used to frequent Taco Bell. My repeat order was beef nachos supreme.
This recipe is the next level version of that. Way better quality and taste, with the same familiar flavor combination.
• Beef :300 g (0.66 pounds)
• Onion: 1 medium (diced)
• Red beans: 400 g
• Nachos: 175 g
• Grated cheese: ½ cup
• Heavy cream: ½ cup , sour cream, or creme Fresh
• For the sauce: (mix together)
• Tomato sauce
• Hot jalapenos
In a large frying pan, fry the minced meat with the onion and season with salt and pepper.
Always remember to chop the vegetables for the sauce and fry in a separate pan.
You can then add the tomato sauce when the vegetables start to get soft.
You’ll want to add this sauce to the pan with the meat and let it simmer until the minced meat is cooked and there is nothing raw, it takes around 20 to 25 minutes.
Make sure to arrange the corn tortillas on a baking sheet.
It’s now time to cover the hot sauce from these Mexican nachos with the meat recipe.
The melted cheese should be added on top.
And please season with salt and pepper.
Once done,you need to bake until the cheese is melted and has a toasted color.
You can serve these Mexican nachos with a meat recipe garnished with sour cream or creme fraiche.