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What chips #7996262 10/02/20 11:07 PM
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What chips do you use for your nachos? I end up throwing half of mine away, or pouring milk over them and eating them like cornflakes. Anymore uses for the broken ones?


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Throw them in a bowl w/ a napkin over them for 2 minutes in the microwave.


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All the small crumbly ones go into the taco soup, with a little sour cream!!

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Crumble them up and put in a salad.

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I use broken Tortilla chips for my Migas and Taco salad


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I make my chips for nachos out of corn tortillas. Way better than store bought. You can season them with your own creation.

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Originally Posted by TPACK
I make my chips for nachos out of corn tortillas. Way better than store bought. You can season them with your own creation.


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On the border.


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Originally Posted by TPACK
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I make my chips for nachos out of corn tortillas. Way better than store bought. You can season them with your own creation.


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This is what I'm talking about.

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We use Santititas or something like that. I have a 17 year old boy here at the house, crumbs are non existent, all food is inhaled rather than eaten.

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Love homemade chips but OTB or santitas chips are good in a pinch. Crumbs go in a bowl with a little grated cheese, toss in microwave for 30 seconds, add pico / salsa and enjoy.


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Just plain Doritos.


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On the Border Cantina style, really good!

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Originally Posted by TPACK
I make my chips for nachos out of corn tortillas. Way better than store bought. You can season them with your own creation.



Same. I use corn and flour. No comparison to homemade.


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I make my chips for nachos out of corn tortillas. Way better than store bought. You can season them with your own creation.



Same. I use corn and flour. No comparison to homemade.



The best way IMO is to fry them in a cast iron skillet in a bbq pit with mesquite wood on the hot side when the meat is done. Chop your fajitas up (or pulled pork) shrimp/whatever and build nacho hot plates right there. Fresh fried ships, refried beans, meat, jalapenos & lots of cheese and throw back on the pit to melt the cheese. Top with fresh homemade salsa and can add grilled onions & cilantro if you wish. Speaking of which, it's time to do that again. clap


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Originally Posted by snake oil
Just plain Doritos.

I wished Doritos would bring back the actual plain Dorito chips. No cheese dust.


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Julio's Mexican Tortilla chips, made in Del Rio.


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pour the broken ones in a bowl dump some hot sauce on top and get a spoon.


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Originally Posted by redchevy
pour the broken ones in a bowl dump some hot sauce on top and get a spoon.

I used top do that when I was a kid! My favorite kind of cereal!


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