A Counter of Nachos

Korean (Bulgogi and Kimchi), Carnitas, and Modernist (Sodium Citrate) Nachos
Korean (Bulgogi and Kimchi), Carnitas, and Modernist (Sodium Citrate) Nachos

I simply wanted to cover my counter with nachos. It’s actually a pretty simple recipe for a dinner party. Buy a Costco-sized bag of chips. Clear your counter and line it with wax paper or parchment paper. Add a few strips of tape to secure. Toast tortilla chips for a couple of minutes. Cover counter with nachos and toppings. Then, serve.

I recommend making cheese sauces and toppings you can just scoop on top, but you can also bake the nachos with shredded cheese. I went with these flavors but the possibilities are infinite:

  • Korean (Bulgogi and Kimchi)
  • Carnitas with guacamole and pico de gallo (made by Jen)
  • Modernist nachos (sodium citrate plus a little beer mixed with Mexican cheese to form a creamy, velvety sauce)

If you have leftover chips and toppings, you can make chilaquiles for breakfast to help with the hangover.

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