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Old 07-04-2016, 04:30 AM   #31
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hi i love nachos is so good
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Old 07-04-2016, 05:00 PM   #32
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I'm always trying to make nachos taste the way they do in a restaurant. So far I've failed miserably. I just can't get the chicken to taste the same.
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Old 07-11-2016, 03:53 AM   #33
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jalapenos its amazing i love
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Old 07-11-2016, 06:42 PM   #34
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I'm always trying to make nachos taste the way they do in a restaurant. So far I've failed miserably. I just can't get the chicken to taste the same.
I've never had chicken nachos in a restaurants, always ground beef if they are the "loaded" variety. I actually prefer the traditional version with just cheese and jalapeņos.
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Old 07-13-2016, 07:56 AM   #35
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I'm always trying to make nachos taste the way they do in a restaurant. So far I've failed miserably. I just can't get the chicken to taste the same.
Have you ever had Texican shredded pork or cochinita pibil? Try using Oaxaca or Cojita Cheese and fresh Pico de Gallo. Your nachos will be much better than most restaurants! Add your favorite hot sauce and make them your own.
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I'm sort of like a meat and potatoes person when it comes to nachos. Chips, chicken, refried beans, sour cream, green onions, and cheese are what I really like. But I've had great nachos with shredded chicken and then I've had the same nachos with chicken that wasn't so good. So I know a lot has to do with how the chicken tastes.

What I really should do is get a ton of chicken and, you know, experiment. It's not like I'm going to toss the failures. LOL

By the way, is that a snake in your profile pic?
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I'm sort of like a meat and potatoes person when it comes to nachos. Chips, chicken, refried beans, sour cream, green onions, and cheese are what I really like. But I've had great nachos with shredded chicken and then I've had the same nachos with chicken that wasn't so good. So I know a lot has to do with how the chicken tastes.

What I really should do is get a ton of chicken and, you know, experiment. It's not like I'm going to toss the failures. LOL

By the way, is that a snake in your profile pic?
I thought that pork was meat. Both the dishes I mentioned are pork dishes. Yes, that is a yellow eyelash viper in a friends collection. I no longer keep venomous and only have a male and female C. Caninus (northern emerald tree boa) left in my collection. Back when I was breeding I had both northerns and Amazon basins. I do have frozen rodents in my freezer.
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Old 07-13-2016, 05:20 PM   #38
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When I said meat and potatoes, I meant I like a very basic kind of nacho dish.

It's a pretty snake. When I would raise my mice, I had very limited space, unlike some people who had a whole room or shed to keep them in. So I would pick out the girls I wanted to keep and the rest went as pinkies and fuzzies. But I could only do that until the eyes opened, For some reason, once the eyes were open on the babies, I couldn't give them up as food anymore. That's just me, I guess.

And now I know your signature refers to your snakes, not the jewels!
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Bacon nachos!

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Old 07-14-2016, 10:25 PM   #40
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I hate to say this, but .......that looks good.
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Nachos: Where are the good recipes? Every time I make nachos in the oven, I'm underwhelmed. I typically dice some chicken, add some blackened seasoning, throw some shredded cheddar or co-jack on top of a pile of chips, broil, and eat with jalapenos. A pile of nachos seem to be harder and harder to find at a restaurant too. Anymore, an order of nachos is roughly a dozen chips covered in a pound of refried beans and cheese. Give me your best nacho recipe, and PILE THEM HIGH! :) 3 stars 1 reviews
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