This post is sponsored by REAL® Seal.
Who doesn’t love a giant platter of nachos? I mean really. Chips, cheese, specifically REAL® cheese which gives this gobs of gooey goodness, meat (unless you’re vegetarian and then well I’ll eat yours) and beans. Heck to the yeah. They might be the perfect appetizer.
Filling, don’t require utensils and they’re not too incredibly messy. Well maybe if you sauce it up and then you’re on your own. Just go ahead and grab some extra napkins. Can’t say I blame you on the extra sauce. I mean it’s BBQ Sauce amiright?
We’ve taken a shortcut (GASP) for these beauties. I picked up a standard rotisserie chicken from the grocer. Just about every grocery store on the planet sells them now, they’re pretty darn tasty and will save you a whole slew of time. IF you’re feeling froggy and want to roast your own chicken, go ahead with your bad self ; )
Here’s a tip, it’s easier to pull the meat off the bones while it’s warm so go ahead and do that as soon as you can. You can store it in a container until your ready to make the nachos.
I like to make mine in a giant skillet. If you don’t have one a sheet pan will do the job OR if you’re wanting to get a little fancy schmancy (with your nachos I know they’re super fancy) you can use a few smaller skillets (personal size if you will) and just divide the ingredients between the skillets. 4
This way no one will try to nab your chips. It could save the peace, friendships, etc. Might be a good idea after all. Remember to use REAL® dairy products! It’s what truly makes these nachos the perfect appetizer.
Did you know that The REAL® Seal is the only assurance that what you are buying is made entirely with the wholesome goodness of U.S.-produced cow’s milk? When you buy only products with the REAL® Seal, you can trust that you are buying only products or foods made from cows milk produced in the U.S. Milk and dairy foods are a core part of a healthy diet recommended by the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA). The DGA recommends 3 servings of low-fat or fat-free milk or milk products for those 9 years or older, 2.5 servings for those 4-8 years old, and 2 servings for those 2-3 years old. Americans are currently consuming about 2 dairy servings per day on average (1.8).
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Real Seal. I was compensated for my time. Opinions are my own. Always have been. Always will be.