I don’t know where I found this recipe, but it makes a great dip. Someone tried on their burger at a BBQ and declared it wonderful.
A friend introduced me to these, and they are spectacular as you might imagine.
This is surprisingly simple and so delicious! I first had baked nachos from a little hole-in-the-wall burrito place in Santa Clara, whose name escapes me now. They had great burritos though, and this was what they made of nachos!
This is a fantastic appetizer recipe gleaned from an advertising circular. The ad called for using Karo syrup, which I omitted quite readily.
Traditional Dim Sum treat from the StarTrib Taste section.
This is a great dish to serve at a party, or take along on a picnic.
This is a pretty awesome and simple dip. The recipe was found in a magazine ad.
Ganked from the savorystyle blog, these bombs look amazing!
Looking for something I can bring to parties that also won’t kill me. I found this recipe at brand new vegan who seems to have similar ideas. As you’ll see, though, this turned non-vegan in a twist at the end.
This is an old recipe from one of my mom’s old cookbooks, Great State Fair Recipes, p 72 (Copyright 1976, Minnesota State Agriculture Society)
I haven’t actually tried this recipe yet, but I love me some pickles, so someday I will do this.
This makes a great apetizer for parties. This amount will make 3 pie plates worth.
In contrast to BakedNachos, this is a much simpler recipe, good for those munchie emergencies. Seriously, the longest bit of time for this recipe is probably shredding the cheese if you don’t buy it pre-shredded. These make for a serious quick snack fix good for watching TV.