The ultimate finger food, nachos can be topped with just about anything and are a go-to crowd-pleaser. Food Network’s veggie-friendly nachos are inspired by classic Greek flavors and use heart-healthy pita chips instead of traditional tortillas. Top these with kalamata olives, fresh tomatoes and cucumbers, tangy feta cheese and a yogurt-based tzatziki sauce. Add a 10-minute Greek Salad and Green Herb Hummus to complete your meatless Mediterranean menu this Labor Day.
Get the recipe: Greek Nachos
Meatless Monday, an international movement, encourages people everywhere to cut meat one day a week for personal and planetary health. Browse more Meatless Monday recipes.
Plain ol’ supreme nachos get a feisty kick from Rachael with the help of jalapenos, chili powder, cayenne pepper and hot sauce — a fresh Pico de Gallo salsa will help cool down the heat. Make these a part of your Cinco de Mayo fiesta tonight!
Get the recipe: Super Nachos
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- Celebrate Tortilla Chip Day by making amazing nachos with fresh fried or baked tortilla chips.
We’re a little nacho crazy here (remember our Super Bowl nacho showdown?) so we’re celebrating National Tortilla Chip day with a few fresh tortilla chip-making recipes and tips from our favorite FN chefs. Because the ultimate nachos are even better with the ultimate homemade tortilla chip!
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- Sunny Anderson, Kelsey Nixon and Claudia Sidoti judged all of our nachos, picking their faves.
Some of us like to think of every day as Nacho Day but Super Bowl is a good excuse for a Texas-sized crowdpleasing nacho celebration. We hosted a Throwdown-worthy nacho-off in our Chelsea headquarters Friday, with Food Network, Cooking Channel and Food.com competing, cooking up bags and bags of crunchy, melty, meaty (and some veggie) nachos. Who judged? Sunny Anderson, Kelsey Nixon and the Food Network Kitchens’ nacho expert Claudia Sidoti stopped by, ate all of our creations and huddled to choose the best.
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