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This is a recipe that never gets old and now that it’s football season I figured it was time to pull it back to the top of the blog. Enjoy!
A while back I was wondering how to make nachos with Doritos.
Of course, I didn’t have any Doritos in the house and didn’t give the idea much more thought after that.
A week later I was visiting my son and he said: “I made the BEST nachos the other night using Doritos as the base.”
Whhaaaaattttttt??? And that is how Doritos Nachos were born for us. I don’t think we’ll ever go back!
So, if you’ve ever wondered how to make nachos with Doritos, here you go.
Grab an oven-safe tray, cover with parchment paper and then layer it with a single layer of Doritos®, cheese, corn, black beans, onions, refried beans, salsa.
Whatever you would normally use on your nachos just use on the Doritos®. Pop the tray into the oven at 350 for 5-10 minutes or until the cheese has melted. That’s it, easy, peasy.
Don’t bake the Doritos nachos too long or they’ll start to get a little crispy on top.
Even with the crispy edges on some of the Doritos, these turned out so very, very good!
Next time your make nachos try replacing the plain tortilla chips with Doritos.
HOW TO MAKE NACHOS WITH DORITOS
There are no sizes listed for ingredients because it’s based on your taste preference and how loaded you like your nachos.
Loaded Doritos Nachos Ingredients
- Ground turkey with taco seasoning, cooked
- Shredded Cheddar Cheese, to taste
- Corn, to taste
- Black beans, to taste
- Refried Beans, to taste
- Salsa, to taste
- Sweet Onion, to taste
- Avocado, to taste
- Green Onion, to taste
- Praire Farms Sour Cream
Doritos Nachos Directions
Place a layer of Doritos on the tray. Top with nacho toppings of choice. Repeat so that you have two layers of chips and toppings.
Bake at 350 for 5-10 minutes or until cheese is melted.
Top with avocado, green onions and sour cream.