Adobo Nachos

This is a recipe for lazy people who are having a party and want their guests to think they slaved away. Think “Super Bowl Party meets Pretentious Food Critic” that’s ready in 7 minutes. The speed of this recipe is dependent on how fast you can open packages. Yup. And it’s sooooo goooood… mmmm…

Nachos with Olive Chips

Nachos with Olive Chips

Layer 1: Chips! I used sweet potato tortilla chips and olive tortilla chips I bought from the natural food aisle at the grocery. Easy.

Layer 2: Adobo Beans

1 can of pinto beans

1 can of fire roasted diced tomatoes in adobo sauce (muir glen sure makes a nice one)

2 chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, seeds removed (remove the seeds, even if you think you like hot food, seriously) and diced

1 tsp adobo sauce from the pepper can

1 cup diced purple onion

3 cloves garlic

Organic Pinto Beans

Organic Pinto Beans

Sweat onions and garlic over medium heat. Stir in diced chipotle, adobo sauce, and tomatoes. Once the pot bubbles, stir in drained and rinsed pinto beans. Heat through.

Makes the whole house smell great!

Makes the whole house smell great!

Layer 3:

12 oz nitrate and nitrite free chorizo sausage sliced into rounds



Saute in dry pan til brown.

Layer 4:

Chopped cilantro

Diced avocado

Shredded sharp cheddar (raw is best!)

Sour cream

To make vegetarian, omit the sausage.

Nachos with Sweet Potato Chips

Nachos with Sweet Potato Chips

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