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Snackage After Close: Nachos

After I’m done closing at work, I always get home just craving different foods. Whether it’s chicken wings, chips and salsa, or a burger, food is ALWAYS on my mind when I clock out at close. So I thought, why not share some of these ideas with you guys.

So tonight, throughout the last hour of work, I was just craving nachos. For some reason, a nice steaming hot plate of nachos sounded like the greatest food in the world to me. But not just any nachos….

Imagine, you get yourself those “scoop” chips to help hold everything inside. These are essential to keep the cheese and other various toppings from slipping away.

Then, you sprinkle an array of cheeses on top; cheddar, mozzerella, etc.. Add as little or as much as you want; this will allow your nachos to have a variety of flavors in the end. But before you go any further, you MUST melt this cheese a bit to start the “cheeseification” process.

Once that is completed, take some melted cheese sauce and cover the center of the chips, spiraling outward. Not to much though, just enough so that you have a perfect cheese-to-chip ratio. And make sure to NOT pour the cheese around the outer sides of your plate, or else you will not be able to pick up your chips successfully.

Topping it all off would be crumbled bacon bits, onions, scallions, and peppers. Even though it might just be for you, you gotta go all out! Make it professional looking, like they came off a cooking show set.

 

What do you think though? Would you try these nachos? Or do you have any other nacho recipes/ideas? Let us know in the comments below, or on one of Weekly Sports World’s various social media accounts.

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