Easy to make and fun to eat, the topping for these kicked up nachos is made on the stovetop. Chicken, corn, beans and chiles...these nachos have it all!
cost per recipe: $15.53
Heat the chicken, beans, corn, picante sauce, soup, chiles and chili powder in a 4-quart saucepan over medium heat until the mixture is hot and bubbling, stirring occasionally.
Arrange the tortilla chips on a large serving platter. Top with the chicken mixture and assorted toppings (see serving suggestion), if desired.
The next time I prepare this, it'll be for a party or get-together. This would be PERFECT for that. It didn't come out too spicy; it came out just right. Loved it!
Quick Chicken Enchilada Nachos
Living in the Buffalo, NY area, this spicy dish was a perfect dish to take to watch hockey on tv. Easy to make and excellent(by everyones standards). I was asked to make it again for super bowl. We're not young kids; all in our 70's!!!!
Pass the beer!!!
Zing! Hot stuff, especially if you dare add some habanero to the mix. Be sure to wash it down with plenty of cold beverages.