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This is the last in my week-long series about pot roast and using up the leftovers. This is my favorite way to end the week. I LOVE nachos and this is so easy. If I’m being nice, I will make this for supper for the entire family…otherwise, it ends up being my end of the week lunch splurge!
This uses up so many leftovers that you will probably have a cleaned out fridge when you’re done. (I’ve included links back to some of my favorites for using in these nachos.)
No Fuss Oven Nachos
taco meat (shredded or ground beef)
opt toppings: salsa, lettuce, sour cream, black olives, guacamole
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a rimmed cookie sheet, sprayed with non-stick spray, layer in your nacho ingredients: chips, beans, cheese, and meat. Heat in the oven until the cheese is melted and bubbly and the meat is warm (anywhere from 10-20 minutes). Remove from oven and add additional toppings.
Wow, great way to use leftovers. Thanks for sharing, I will certainly make this one soon. 🙂
Looks pretty tasty!
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Made the rustic bread recipe you had posted a few weeks ago. My family loved it! Plan to make it again!
Have a great weekend!
Thanks for stopping by and for following. Glad y’all liked the rustic bread…next time try making that dough into pizza. It makes some of the best pizza EVER!
Finishing up my entries for BYB…thought I would say hi while I was here 🙂 The nachos look so yummy…I would make some now…except, I don’t have the ingredients :-(. Have a great weekend!
Kim B. says
Oh that looks soooo yummy!!! Will have to make some this weekend 🙂 Thanks for the idea!
Belinda @zomppa says
What a way to end an incredible week – you certainly know how to make that pork work!
I loved to make myself nachos as a Saturday afternoon snack when I was a teen. They were so yummy, and I was meticulous about putting the beans on every single chip, grating cheese over a layer, then more chip/beans and more cheese.
My sister was more practical. She’d heat up the beans so they’re liquidy, then simply pour them over the chips.