Recipes Nachos Supreme. We use ground beef for this nachos recipe, but if you skip the meat and just use beans-it'll still be pretty damn tasty. These nachos were inspired by my teenage days when we used to frequent Taco Bell.
In a large skillet, cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. We have quite a few "Mexican" recipes here on the blog that I make over and over and over again. Combine refried beans,browned beef, chorizo, chicken,tomato sauce, and taco sauce set aside.
Place ground chuck and onion in a large nonstick skillet over medium.
This easy- to-assemble recipe pulls double duty – it can serve as a quick family supper option guaranteed to become a weeknight favorite, or as a laidback party food that is hearty enough to feed a crowd.
The only change I made was add the beans to the meat mixture. I was really surprised when I realized that we didn't have ONE post on the site with nachos! Add another layer of chips, another layer of the beef/bean mixture, and the Monterey Jack cheese.