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At first glance, this over-the-top combo may seem like overkill, but there's a method to this madness.
Individually topping each chip ensures maximum flavor in every bite.
They may be vegan, but with our huge cast of ingredients, they definitely don't pull any punches.
This gut-wrenchingly glorious mashup of Tater Tots and nachos is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Onions, cilantro, jalapeño, and radish add a balancing touch of freshness to chile verde with chicken.
These individual nachos are loaded with smoky chicken tinga, melted cheese, and guac.
This new take on nachos stars fried wonton chips, sautéed kimchi, beef bulgogi, and gochujang cheese sauce.
Juicy pineapple, smoky bacon, and creamy Brie go perfectly together. Trust us.
The microwave is a highly underrated tool for nacho construction.
Crisp naan chips are sturdy enough to support spiced ground lamb, mango salsa, crunchy chickpeas, and more in this Indian-inspired variation.
Pizza and nachos collide! Think loads of tomatoes, pepperoni, peppers, onions, olives, and melty mozz.
Shake up your nacho game with shrimp, jalapeño-spiked salsa, and plenty of mild Monterey Jack cheese.
Messy, spicy, and gooey, this recipe hits all of those pleasure points of concession-stand nachos, but with much sharper flavor and better ingredients.
Nachos get a French twist with gooey Brie, sautéed mushrooms, chopped spinach, and creamy blue cheese.
Tangy, vinegary red onion offsets the rich depth of slow-cooked brisket.
A whole new way to enjoy barbecue.
These vegetarian nachos effectively balance creaminess, crunch, and a lot of powerful flavors.
The numbing spice and heavy smoke of grilled jerk chicken are balanced beautifully by cooling mango salsa, pico de gallo, and guacamole.
Spiced-up Sloppy Joe + queso dip + nachos = Super Bowl food at its best.
A pile of messy goodness, laden with earthy sweet potatoes and two types of chilies.
Everything it takes to make an incredible plate of fully loaded, bar-style nachos.
Sometimes, simplicity rules.