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nachos 001Motzaei Shabbos just could not HAPPEN around here without nachos!

Easy, easy and not entirely junky… and popular with kids of all ages.

Here’s what you need:

  • Plate of tortilla chips (any size or shape) (tortilla chips, though the plate, too, may be any size or shape)
  • Salsa (I like President’s Choice Black Bean & Corn salsa, so that is our family’s default)
  • Cheddar (only cheddar – Ted is okay with mozzarella, but I am NOT, it MUST be cheddar).  My current favourite is Les Petites Fermieres SHARP cheddar – the only kosher cheddar in town that actually has a flavour, as far as I’m concerned. 

Apparently, the March 2010 issue of Real Simple picked Les Petites Fermieres as the “best cheddar” cheese, though this is a sliced format, not a cute triangular chunk like we usually buy… still; VERY impressive for a roundup that includes all non-kosher cheeses.

Anyway, throw your nachos together, microwave them for a while (I like 1 minute 23 seconds, because it’s easy to punch in the numbers), add a blob of sour cream (accidentally typed “blog”, then eat and enjoy!).

Gut voch!!!  Shavuah Tov!!!

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  1. Hey! Guess what I just finished eating 30 seconds ago??!! :) Shavua tov!

    -Kerith

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