I’m going to have to keep this post brief as I am currently babysitting for a friend and both babies are sound asleep, but who knows for how long?
After skipping a week, here’s another installment of easy, practically non-recipes for new moms who maybe haven’t showered in a few days and are filled with joy but empty of food. Lady, you need to eat. Let me help.
One of my favorite easy (though not always particularly healthy, I admit) weeknight meals is nachos, because they’re so versatile and can serve as a blank canvas for whatever cuisine you’re craving.
The last time I made nachos (last week) I tried to take a photo, but it looked like trash so instead of subjecting you to my disappointing photography, I made you a…
While you can go by the book across any row and make a stylized nacho recipe, you can also mix and match or substitute to suit your personal preferences.
The main rules for nachos are: Pour chips into a baking dish (I usually use a 9″x13″ Pyrex dish because The Husband and I can murder a pile of nachos), layer on your toppings (leaving out things that won’t survive the broil very well, like avocado, green onions, etc.) broil for a few minutes until cheese are melty/starting to brown, and then eat! I also like to pour a bowl of salsa to dip into, along with any leftover refried beans, sour cream, etc.
You can also download a PDF of this if you want to print it out and stick it to the fridge.
Enjoy, mamas! Time to go check on my two slumbering little buddies.