Whether it’s high school sports or a pro game, it’s hard staying away from that cardboard carton full of cheese-slathered nachos as you pass the snack stand and head to the bleachers. Now you can have all the scrumptious flavor of nachos melted between two thick slices of bread. This Loaded Nacho Grilled Cheese recipe from Bob at BS’ In the Kitchen shows you how!
Loaded Nacho “Game Day” Grilled Cheese
- 2 Slices French Bread
- 1 Tbsp Sour Cream
- 2 Tbsp Salsa
- Tex Mex Cheese
- 2-3 Tbsp Cooked Ground Beef
- 1/8 Tsp Taco Seasoning
- 1 Green Onion Stalk (chopped)
- 4-5 Cilantro Leaves
- 1 Slice of Tomato (diced)
- 1/4 Avocado (diced)
- 1-2 Black Olives (chopped)
- 1 Tbsp Black Beans
- 1-2 Slices Jalapeno Pepper (chopped)
- 1-2 Handful Nacho Flavoured Doritos (crumbled)
- 1 Egg (scrambled)
If you don’t have any ground beef, cook that to your liking first (I just used salt, pepper and garlic). Now let’s start the sandwich! Crush all the doritos and spread them on a plate, dip one side of each slice in the egg and then into the doritos. Once you have done this begin assembling the sandwich with sour cream on one slice, and salsa on the other. Next place a layer of cheese on the bottom slice, then stack on the rest of ingredients and finish with another layer of cheese and your top slice!
In a pan on medium heat, add some butter, once that has melted, place your sandwich in, cooking each side until browned and the cheese is melting. You may want to cover your pan with a lid while it’s cooking to help the cheese melt, since there is so much stuff in the sandwich!
Once everything is ooey gooey, slice it in half and enjoy all your favorite nacho toppings in one glorious sandwich! If you’re feeling ambitious, you can even make your own salsa and guacamole for dipping!
For all our Saskatoon followers, we hope you can tune into CTV Morning Live at 8:30am and watch Carlene and I prepare this sandwich, as well as some delicious cupcakes on live TV! We will record and upload the segment for those who won’t be able to watch, so check back in with us!
Image and recipe credit: bsinthekitchen.com