Moe’s Extreme Nachos

Moe’s Extreme Nachos

For those of you who are asking, “Who is Moe”? Moe is the nickname of my 11 year old son that is the polar opposite of a picky eater. He is the culprit of most Family Night dish creations because he is willing to explore the depths of food combinations. He also has the biggest appetite out of our family. Just watching him eat makes you gain 20 pounds. So with that said, this recipe is definitely not conducive for any weight loss programs or regimens.

What You Will Need

Bag of Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips

2 tbsp of Taco Seasoning

1 tbsp of Onion Powder

1 tbsp of Garlic Powder

1/2 cup of Water

1 cup of Pico de Gallo (look for recipe "Simple Pico de Gallo")

1lb Ground meat of your choice

8-14 oz. Black Beans

1/2 Cup of Green Onions

Jalapenos, Sour Cream, Cheddar Cheese & Chiffonaded Spinach

 What to do

1. Cook ground meat on medium heat until pink is gone. Once pink is gone, add taco seasoning turn meat until it is all covered in taco seasoning. Lastly, while turning meat add about 1/2 cup of water or less it depends on your desired constancy, let cook until water reduces. Remove from heat.

2. While ground meat cooks, prepare black beans. Add onion powder and garlic powder to black beans. Stir to mix powders into black beans. Let simmer on medium-low heat for about 10 minutes  or until completely heated.

3. Put Chips on a platter, individual bowls, or plates.

4. Add ground meat on top of chips.

5. Add Black Beans on top of ground meat.

6. Add Cheese

7. Add Pico de Gallo

8. Add Spinach

9. Add Jalapenos

10. Add a scoop of sour cream and green onions to the top. Serve and Enjoy!

Challenge: What are some toppings that you normally enjoy on your Nachos!

Moe's Extreme Nachos

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