Nachos ( Overloaded ) with Shredded Beef, Refried Beans, 2 Cheeses, Pico De Gallo, Guacamole and Sour Cream

These nachos are definitely restaurant quality and they’re homemade! Freshly made tortilla chips with all the fixings. Wonderful authentic Mexican flavors I’m sure you will love and this is a real crowd pleaser. This is a great idea for when you have your friends over to watch the game or for a dinner party.

Nachos with the Works

Nachos with the Works

Hi there,

David here. I want you to know that I’m moving One Stop Cook to a new location called Davids Free You’ll find this Nachos recipe by clicking this link. Nachos

I hope you’ll enjoy this Nachos recipe as well as many more at Davids Free I look forward to seeing you there. Happy Cooking and I’ll see you on the other side!

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Hi everyone! David here. Just to let you know, I'm moving this blog to a new location. One Stop Cook will now be located at Davids Free For all of you that like this blog I invite you to take a look at my new site. It still has everything you see here and I'll be adding all of my new recipes over there. Go check it out, I think you'll like it. Davids Free For those of you that have subscribed here, you'll have to use the easy subscription form to keep up to date via email, just like here. I've also set up an RSS feed for those who prefer it over emails. I hope you'll have just as much enjoyment with the new site as you do here. I look forward to seeing you over there. Happy Cooking!! Davids Free
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2 Responses to Nachos ( Overloaded ) with Shredded Beef, Refried Beans, 2 Cheeses, Pico De Gallo, Guacamole and Sour Cream

  1. Debby says:

    Hi David,
    I really, really love your recipes. I must say I view your site often to come up with an idea for dinner. Tonight I’m hear for the nachos for our Christmas eve mexican dinner. The only think I am missing is how many people do your recipes serve?
    Oh also it looks as though I don’t see all the recipes when I click on catagories to the right. For instance “Mexican (24)” does that mean there are 24 recipes?
    Thank you and I love your detailed information.

    • David says:

      Hi Debby,

      It’s sooo nice to hear you like what you see hear, thank you for your kind words.

      Most of the recipes serve anywhere from 6-10 people, a little more or a little less depending on portion size. It’s hard to give an accurate serving number since some people eat more and some less. Sometimes people serve only grownups and sometimes kids. In all of these cases serving sizes will be different.

      The best rule of thumb is to consider how much food you prepare for a given meal. (Ex: How much chicken or beef do you usually use when you’re cooking an average meal at home.) Compare what you would normally use against a recipe, this should give you a pretty good idea of how many people (the people you normally cook for) it should serve. I hope that makes sense 🙂

      As for the nachos, what I put in the recipe is what I used to make one really big plate of nachos (That was my entire dinner that night). I put links (colored blue) to other recipes where you can find how to make the necessary ingredients (other than what you’d get in the store). I would guess you can probably make 6-8 plates of nachos and still have some leftovers. Of course you’ll need more tortillas.

      And, you’re right. The number “24” is how many Mexican recipes I currently have. I have it set up to show 10 recipes per page (Just title and description). If you scroll to the bottom (left) you will see a link that says something like “older posts” or “older entries”. Click on that to go to the next page of recipes. When you get to the second page you will then see another link at the top (right) that says “newer posts” or “newer entries”. That will take you back to the page you were just on. Or you can scroll down and click the link to go to the next page.

      I hope this will help you and please let me know how your nachos come out 🙂
      Happy Cooking!

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