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Beef Loaded Nachos

I just absolutely love nachos, don’t you?  When my husband and I first got together we must have put on five kilos just by eating nachos!  They became our go-to snack on movie nights and any night we couldn’t be bothered to cook!  Up your game to beef loaded nachos and the combination of crispy tortilla chips, savoury beef, and a cascade of melted cheese just scream ultimate comfort food. As an Amazon Associate, we earn a commission from qualifying purchases. Some of the links on this post are affiliate links. This means that if you click on the link and make a purchase we may earn a commission at no extra cost to you. Learn more here. Superbowl Sunday Nachos are also a game day favourite. So, if you are ready to elevate your Super Bowl Sunday snacks, look no further than our Beef Loaded Nachos. These nachos are a sure crowd-pleaser that will have your guests cheering for more. Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just in it for the snacks, these nachos are a game-changer. Get your taste buds ready for a winning combination. Savoury beef, gooey cheese, and a medley of toppings will make every bite a culinary touchdown! This is a game day version of Beef Loaded Nachos that means that there are a few shop bought shortcuts to make your life easier. If you are hosting a game day party you’ll need a lot more snacks than just Beef Loaded Nachos so we are making these as easy as possible. Feel free to make your own seasonings and cheese sauce if you prefer! Ultimate Comfort Food Whether you are searching for the ultimate movie or game night snack, these cheese loaded nachos with shredded beef and homemade delicious guacamole and pico de gallo will hit the spot every time! Sharing Is Caring: Related Articles You Might Enjoy:

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Cinco de Mayo: Mexican Food

Cinco de Mayo, or May 5th, is a celebration that has become popular in the United States and some parts of Mexico. It often involves consuming delicious Mexican food and drinks, parades, and parties. If you are planning a Cinco de Mayo party, or just love Mexican food and drink, we have you covered. However, the celebration has a deeper history that is worth exploring. Battle of Puebla In 1862 Mexico was in financial ruin after years of war and political instability. Forcing President Benito Juarez to suspend payments on Mexico’s foreign debt and leading to the intervention of European powers. In particular, France, led by Napoleon III, sought to establish a presence in Mexico. On May 5, 1862, a small Mexican army led by General Ignacio Zaragoza defeated a much larger French force at the Battle of Puebla. The victory was significant for Mexico, as it represented a rare moment of triumph against a colonial power. Although the French would ultimately conquer Mexico, the Battle of Puebla inspired Mexicans to continue their fight for independence and sovereignty. Origins of the Cinco de Mayo celebrations Cinco de Mayo did not become a major holiday in Mexico until the 20th century. In fact, it is not even a national holiday in Mexico, but rather a regional one celebrated mainly in Puebla and parts of the United States. In the U.S., Cinco de Mayo has become an occasion to celebrate Mexican culture and heritage. Celebrations typically involve traditional Mexican food such as tacos, guacamole, and margaritas. Some people also dress up in traditional Mexican clothing or attend parades and festivals that feature Mexican music and dance. In some cities, there are even re-enactments of the Battle of Puebla. Cinco de Mayo Party Ideas Mexican Food Ideas I absolutely love Mexican food. Here are some of my favourite go-to recipes.  Let us know if you love them too and share any other recipes which are must haves for your Mexican family night with us – we love trying out new recipes. Guacamole Pico de Gallo If you are using different tomatoes be sure to remove the seeds as you do not want watery pico de gallo. Nachos There is nothing worse than dry nachos, right?  I actually had some really great nachos whilst visiting Manchester recently, surprisingly at The Old Wellington Inn, a traditional pub in the city centre which was founded in 1552!   These nachos were covered fully in delicious salsa, melted cheese and sour cream, yes even the ones on the bottom. When I make Nachos I simply place Chilli Doritos in a bowl and cover all layers with tomato sauce and loads of cheese. I then top the Nachos with some sour cream. Mmmmm so good! Carne Asada Make a marinade using all of the above ingredients and marinade the beef overnight. Next day, cook the beef, add flour wraps with some feta cheese, and enjoy. Chicken Fajitas Marinade the chicken with the fajita mix whilst cooking the peppers and onions. Cook the chicken and then add in the veggies. Enjoy in a flour tortilla wrap with some cheese and sour cream. Chicken Enchiladas Marinade the chicken with the fajita mix before cooking. Once ready place flour tortillas on an ovenproof dish and fill with the chicken. Make sure to place the close of the wraps on the bottom of the dish so that the filling does not fall out. Spoon tomato sauce over the enchiladas and then cover with plenty of cheese before baking at 180℃ for 20 minutes. Honey Chipotle Prawn Tacos with Mango Salsa For the mango cucumber salsa Instructions: Chimichunga We love this cheesy beef and bean Chimichanga Recipe with spinach and lots of cheese by MunchkinTime. Mexican Drink Ideas You’ve got to have a classic Margarita at a Mexican party but there are countless other combinations which are sure to be a hit too. Some great options are: Maybe set up a cocktail area with instructions so your guests can customise their own cocktails. Not Into Margaritas? Wait, is that we end a thing? On the off chance that it is, having some Desperado beer on ice will certainly be a hit at any Cinco De Mayo celebration. And if you are looking for some non-alcoholic drinks for your non-drinkers or kids, these aqua fresca recipes by The Happier Homemaker are divine. Fiesta Time!!! We hope you enjoy the recipes and drinks in this blog and have a fabulous Cinco de Mayo party!! Be sure to check out our other recipes. Check out these delicious recipes:

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