I have to admit that this was based on "Bubbas Seafood Nachos," Paula Deens Brothers recipe; but a few other recipes got mixed in as well and they ended up blending together which I think turned out really good. I primarily make mine with crab and shrimp because the price is right, but feel free to add scallops and lobster for a spectacular dish. Just use what is available in your area. Shrimp, crab, lobster and scallops or any combination - Whatever you like best. I like to make these in individual aluminum foil pouches so each person gets their own, but you can also serve this family style. And, most importantly ... don't forget the mango salsa. It is a perfect compliment to this dish and what makes it special. And like any nachos, the condiments ... lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, olives, avocado, and lime are a must - but use the condiments that you like best. These aren't every day nachos, but these are great party food or a great Friday night dinner. Serve these with a big bowl of soup, and dessert for a fun movie night or game night. Note: The sauce is made very quickly, even buying pre grated cheese can help if time is a factor; and now-a-days, you can even find frozen mango which will work if fresh is not available. It sounds more difficult than it is, and it really isn't a hard dish at all.