Published Tuesday, 05 May, 2009 by Dee
get a large heat proof plate and empty your nachos on to the plate
chop up your chilli into circle and sprinkle evenly across the nachos
take your cheese and sprinke all over the top
Put in the oven until the cheese has melted, ensure u keep an eye on them as it can burn the cheese, if using a pre heated oven it normally takes 2-5minutes
Take your nachos out when the cheese has melted
leave to cool for 5 minutes
get a tablespoon and put a large spoonful of the salsa on the centre of the nachos and then a large tablespoon of the sour cream
Cheesy Starter to share and great at partys
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