Posted by: conradvisionquest | March 19, 2010

Not Your Ordinary Nachos

We love food. We love Mexican food. We love nachos. We especially love these nachos. You will, too. On to the recipe…

One can of Amy’s Medium Chili
1/2 of a yellow onion, diced
1/2 cup shredded vegan cheddar cheese (I used almond cheese)
about 1/2 bag blue corn tortilla chips (or yellow)
1 jalapeno pepper, diced (optional)

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. I use a large round plate for this, that way I don’t have to transfer to another plate for serving, but you can use a cookie sheet. Arrange tortilla chips in a single layer, then spoon some of the chili over the first layer, sprinkle some onions and cheese (and jalepeno’s if using), then add another layer of chips a little smaller around than the first, add more chili, cheese, onions, etc. creating a sort of “nacho pyramid.” Do this until you run out of chili.
2. Bake for about 10-12 minutes, or until cheese melts.
3. Serve with Tofutti’s Sour Supreme, guacamole, and fresh salsa!

Simple, delicious, fun!  Makes a great appetizer for when you have guests over for dinner, a filling snack for game night, or whenever. Serve with a side of brown rice and a green salad to make it a meal for 2. I have served this to non-vegetarian friends and they cleaned the plate! It’s a crowd pleaser!

Simple, beautiful, and delicious!



  1. This sounds very yummy! I do love nachos because you can never go wrong. I like putting a lot of stuff together and calling it dinner. That just what nachos are!

    • they are so good. i want some right now.

  2. oohhhh yum, great idea! I have to try this for sure!

    • you will LOVE it. i love simple recipes that are crazy delicious, and this one is both…

  3. Looks tasty, reminds me a lot of the nacho’s at Real Food Daily here in Santa Monica, but they use typically grilled seitan in their topping – which is PHENOMENAL.

    • that does sound delish!

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