Self Loathing Nachos

Self Loathing Nachos
I am really blessed that I have a wife who shares my love for good sport watching like football, playoff hockey, softball, march madness, playoff basketball. We also really enjoy hanging at home during the weekends. So Jill often asks me to make my hot dogs or nachos while we watch sporting events. They are super great but while we indulge we know our waistlines bulge. You never feel very good about yourself after easting these babies.

But if you are having a party they really are good. These are part turkey sausage queso and part bean and jalapeno nachos. Chili Con Nacho or Queschos.

Favorite Corn Tortilla Chips
1 small brick of Velveeta (the little one)
1 package of lean turkey breakfast sausage
1/2 cup Hell on the Red Salsa
1 can of Pinto Beans with Jalapenos
1/2 cup of Pickled Jalapenos
1 cup of Fresh shredded Cheddar Cheese
Sour Cream

1. Make your queso concoction by putting turkey sausage on medium heat until browned. Drain and then add the small brick of velveeta. Break it up into chucks. Stir until melted. Add your salsa or rotel slowly until you get the consistence you want. You want it thick.

2. Rip some foil and put your chips in one layer and spoon blobs of the queso mixture followed by the beans (drained and washed). Add a few more chips and then top with Cheddar.

3. Put them into the oven heated at 350 until the cheese melts and the chips show some browning.

Top with Cilantro, Sour cream or anything you like.
Enjoy the high of one of the best football foods around and then ready yourself for the guilt and self loathing that follows about 30minutes after you finish them.


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