5 Reviews

These were sooo good and easy. We loved them. Next time I want to try adding onions and hot peppers instead of green. Thanks for posting.

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CrAzYcOoKeR222 December 13, 2002

It was not easy doing the tortilla chips without a cookie cutter. I made only 4 with scissors and the other ones (not for the photo) were slices of tortilla chips. The mixture of vegetable is so good. DH couldn't believe how yummy that was. It was very yummy. Thanks Sharon :) Made for PRMR tag game

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Boomette June 11, 2013

This was a really great recipe and an easy to make lunch! I didn't have any regular cookie cutter, so I cut the tortillas into as many bite size pieces as I could. I did add a little extra cheese, and it was so delicious!

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Studentchef October 29, 2011

Great recipe! I have made tortilla chips in the oven before, but I always sprayed them with cooking spray instead of using the water technique. I must say that I like the water better! Thanks for the great idea! The nachos were very good and easy to make, not to mention diet friendly. Thanks!

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mariposa13 July 21, 2005

I made these for us to snack on while we watched the College World Series. They were excellent and all the he-men in my family were amazed there was no meat in the mixture. I added some cayenne pepper to spice them up a little more. Very delicious and can't wait to make these again.

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ainsleydoll July 12, 2004
Vegetable Nachos