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Beef, beans and cheese sauce, oh, it doesn't stop there! Serve Rachael's piled-high chips with an array of toppings so guests can customize their plates and enjoy the best nachos ever.
Get the Recipe: Super Nachos
Our favorite snack is now welcome at the breakfast table. These easy nachos come together quickly while you make the eggs and are easy to double for entertaining.
Get the Recipe: Breakfast Nachos
Loaded, cheesy nachos are a staple item at any game-day gathering. But should you fry or bake the tortilla chips? Food Network Kitchens doles out tips for perfectly crisp results using either method.
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Bell Pepper Keto Nachos
These are loaded with everything you could hope for on nachos — beef, cheese, guac, pico de gallo and sour cream — but instead of chips, pieces of crisp-tender bell pepper make this snack keto-friendly.
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A marinated beef brisket is the basis for quite of few of Ree’s favorite meals. Use it to top broiled layers of tortilla chips with spicy beans, cheese and pico de gallo. The whole thing gets broiled until the cheese melts and then all you have to do is dig in.
Get the Recipe: Cowboy Nachos
If you can't decide between serving nachos or cheeseburgers at your next party, then don't! Homemade chips each topped with all the bacony, cheesy, meaty flavors of a great burger are the marriage of the century — you'll definitely say "I do."
Get the Recipe: Cheeseburger Nachos
Trash Can Nachos
Don’t let the name fool you — Guy’s nachos are just what you want when you’re craving a meaty, cheesy dish. He uses a large tin can to shape the nachos as he builds them, then inverts the dish onto a platter before serving.
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Grilled Loaded Nachos
These clever foil packets are quick to put together and cook up perfectly for a summer barbecue. And since they are personal-size, your crowd can eat them with our suggested toppings or their favorites.
Get the Recipe: Grilled Loaded Nachos
Find Little Italy south of the border with Guy’s creative Mediterranean take on nachos. Ricotta, mozzarella, and a tomato, pepper and caper salsa are just a few of the surprises your party guests will enjoy in this big-batch appetizer.
Get the Recipe: Guy-talian Nachos
Forget the 6-foot sub and make your hungry game-day crowd these colorful nachos instead. They take some work, so be sure your game plan includes prepping most of the toppings a day ahead and scouting out a clear space at least 7 feet long to accommodate this massive pile of chips -a folding table or kitchen counter will both work well.
Get the Recipe: Six-Foot Nachos
Robert plays up the sweet stuff for his dessert nachos. After tossing tortilla chips with cinnamon and sugar, he covers the dish with melted chocolate and serves with crème fraiche and a warm berry salsa.
Get the Recipe: Dessert Nachos
Ree preps the chicken in advance so she can assemble her nachos to order. She makes two different styles — a basic option for picky palates and an "embellished" option with all of the fixings.
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Pulled Pork Nachos
Damaris loves to use her slow-cooker — even for nachos! She slow-cooks pork until it’s easily shredded, then piles it on her tortilla chips. To round out the dish, she adds queso, refried beans and an avocado sour cream.
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Loaded Curly Fry Nachos
As Trisha says, “Why not?”. To make her hearty nachos, she loads up frozen curly fries with bacon, cheese sauce, ranch and French-fried onions.
Get the Recipe: Loaded Curly-Fry Nachos
Ree uses half of a grilled flank steak to make her nachos. Don’t throw the other half away — use it to make a second set of nachos or store it in the fridge for a grab-and-go protein.
Get the Recipe: Fajita Nachos
Katie uses waffles in place of chips for her morning meal. To build the nachos, she throws on sausage, cheese, eggs, veggies and a drizzle of maple syrup.
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Greek Pita Nachos
Pitas, Greek yogurt and fresh veggies put a Mediterranean spin on the traditional nachos. A sprinkle of Feta adds the finishing touch.
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Crispy Cheesy Nacho Tots
Who doesn’t love tater tots? Valerie makes them even better with an easy cheese sauce and pico de gallo.
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Baked Nachos with Roasted Sweet Potatoes
This lightened-up recipe has everything you could want in a platter of nachos: the crunchiness of homemade tortilla chips, spiciness from saucy adobo-tinged pinto beans and creaminess from roasted sweet potatoes and avocado, all topped with a fresh salsa.
Get the Recipe: Baked Nachos with Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Trisha’s flavorful salad makes a great grab-and-go lunch. When you’re ready to serve, add some dressing to the jar and shake, shake, shake!
Get the Recipe: Nacho Salad
All the flavors of nachos are rolled into an easy-to-serve snack. A hidden core of tortilla chips adds delightful crunch to every bite. Be sure to use parchment to help you roll up the wrappers.
Get the Recipe: Nacho Roll-Ups