When your close pals come barging in for a hearty talk with you, what do you prepare for snack? Nachos can be an immediate answer for this dilemma. To make this snack healthier, we’re going to add a little twist through topping it with chicken, veggies and a little of your available cheese. Here are simple steps you can do for your Mexican chicken nachos.
What You Need
- Cooked chicken left-over (can be roasted, steamed, fried, pan-seared or grilled).
- Mexican seasoning
- Chili powder
- Tortilla chips
- Tomatoes, chopped
- Mild or hot peppers, ringed
- Black or pinto beans, cooked
- Olives, sliced
- Cheddar cheese, shredded
- Prepare your chicken by shredding it or cutting it into strips.
- In an oven pan, arrange your tortilla chips and chicken. Add some toppings of your choice should you want your nachos to be extra flavorful, but make sure to top them all with cheese before baking it.
- Bake your nachos and chicken in a 400-degree Fahrenheit heat (or high temp in a microwave). When the cheese is all melted and bubbly, you can get your nachos.
- Layer it with veggie toppings (tomatoes, hot peppers, olives and black or pinto beans).
- Top it with freshly-made salsa but this can be only optional.
- Prepare different bowls of dips you want—salsa, sour cream or guacamole.
- If you don’t have some left-over chicken, you can just get a piece of boneless and skinless chicken breast. Season it with Mexican seasonings and pan-sear or grill it.