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I have been making these for as long as I can remember. I also put the meat on, then refried beans, one slice of olive, placing a small peice of jalapeno inside the olive, on top of that I place a small peice of tomato. After all that I top them of with a drizzle of velveta sauce, then finishing them with some grated chedder cheese. Pop these bad boys in the oven at 400 degrees for 5 minuets. I always make about 50-60 of these. It takes awile but so worth it. As for them getting soggy, they do. I keep the ones I don't eat in the fridge, and pop them in the oven at 425 degrees for 5 1/2 minutes, they crisp up nicely.

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Luke Warm February 11, 2013

So simple and I usually have all ingredients on hand. I had to make one change and that was to microwave the nachos to melt the cheese (my oven died this week). I am adding this to my "party" favourites book. Thx. Made for PAC 2011

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mums the word April 07, 2011

Yum! I make a similar recipe, but wanted to try your version; it was good and saucy. Cooking for a few minutes, to reduce, keeps the chips from getting too soggy. I used a 4-cheese mexican blend on top, and we really enjoyed these! Thanks for sharing, sabrinaromeo. Made for Spring PAC 2011 - http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=352458&start=0

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alligirl March 23, 2011

This is so good. My son really liked this. We ate it just like that without sour cream. Thanks Sabrinaromeo :) Made for PAC spring 2011

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Boomette March 20, 2011
Nacho's in a Cup