I do sometime at home but this time I tried making entire dish from the scratch. It was so satisfying and we loved to have it once again. My husband was returning from business trip and I wanted to have something different apart from the regular diet. Although Biryani always tops in the list but nachos are also very much coveted.
I tried Tarla dalal version of making Tortilla chips with small variation of adding garlic powder.
I also referred to sailus version
I am a great fan of Avocado so anything relating to avocados is hard to resist for me. It is very expensive and sometimes a rare commodity to find it here. So whenever I find it I buy in bulk.
Guacamole is excellent dip made from avocado and goes very well nachos.
We had ready made sour cream and it was divine.
1/ 12 cup corn meal
1 cup of plain flour
2 tblsp of oil
2 tsp of ajwain( oregano seeds)
2 tblsp Garlic powder
salt to taste
water to knead
Knead the above ingredients. Roll into thin chapatti and lightly toast them on a griddle or a Tava.
Cut them into triangle and deep fry them in oil. Drain them and store them in airtight container.
Half the avocado and discard the seed .Scope and mash them lightly in a fork. Add lemon juice and seasoned it with salt and pepper.
1 green pepper
1 red pepper
2 cloves garlic
Roast the above in a baking tray for 20 mins at 200 ‘c.
Remove the skin and mash it lightly with fork and garnish it with salt , pepper and some chopped cilantro.
Montre jack cheese grated approx-1 cup
3to 4 jalepenos diced
1 can red kidney bean ( Rajma boiled)
Preheat the oven at 200’c. Mix Rajma( kidney beans)with half of the prepared salsa mix. Arrange corn chips in a baking proof dish. Spread the Rajma mix, jalapenos and sprinkle grated cheese and bake for 10 to 12 mins till the cheese has melted.
Serve with sour cream , salsa and guacamole.
We had a big platter of nachos with spiced Roast chicken. It was too filling.