A-Train’s Fresh Farmyard Football Nachos Recipe
You don't NEED a garden that's full of fresh tomatoes and jalapeno peppers to make this recipe, but it helps! Here's a simple way that I put together nachos for primo football snacking.
Are those tomatoes IN THE SHAPE OF FOOTBALLS? Yep. If you quarter about a dozen large cherry tomatoes length wise (and remove the seeds) you're about halfway done!
How this for a fresh jalapeno?
If you remove all the seeds and ribs of a jalapeno (this method removes a lot of the heat) and sprinkle the remaining pieces over the tomatoes, Plate Number One is finished!
Plate 2 consists of a big handful of Santitas brand tortilla chips and a couple tablespoons of mozzarella cheese melted in the microwave for :54 seconds (no more, no less).
Top with some fresh ground black pepper and you are ready to enjoy!
Talk about a Touchdown! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!