Make cheesy nacho toppings on the stove, then pour over chips to serve.
Seasoned cheesy ground beef is the base for a hot and cheesy nacho dip. Serve with lots of crispy tortilla chips.
The name sounds horrible but it's quite good! It's a cream cheese, baked bean, and Cheddar cheese dip made to eat with tortilla chips. Great for college students without much money or food in their pantries - all you need is a microwave! You can pretty much add any cheese and spice you want, just keep the top two ingredients intact. And in case you were wondering where the name came from... it looks like cat vomit!!!
This creamy, spicy, slightly sweet nacho cheese sauce uses something I've never seen in a nacho cheese sauce/dip: cream of asparagus soup. It adds to the creaminess and some of the very slight sweetness. If you don't eat meat, this dip is great by itself.
Ground beef, bell peppers, corn and chopped tomatoes jazz up canned soup to make a tasty meal for nacho lovers.
This cheese dip is easily the best that I've ever had and being a college student, I've had quite a lot. The only reason there are ever leftovers is because this dip is so delicious and filling. I recommend Mission(R) or On The Border(R) chips because this dip is rather thick and you need a durable chip that wont break off too easy!
Food Network host and chef Tyler Florence created this recipe for the Hass Avocado Board. This goes with his Hass Avocado Grapefruit Salsa. Read our interview with Tyler Florence for more cooking tips.