Loaded Nacho Fries

fries2         Well, Chris’ request was delicious.  It’s been a while since dinner has been such a quiet affair lol.  No one wanted to stop eating long enough to actually carry on a conversation!

I didn’t really take pictures of what I used because I sort of winged it with some of the ingredients from the Taco Pizza.  I did however take some pictures as I was “creating.”



For my birthday last year, Dillon bought me one of those “Air Fryers.”  I had been looking at them for awhile and when we were out shopping one day, we saw one at Wal-Mart that was reasonable and he got it for me.

They really do a pretty good job making fries!  They still have a lot of taste and they are not as greasy as regular deep fried ones!

So that is where I started.  I cut up some potatoes, a little bigger than a “shoe string” cut fry.  I blanched them quickly in cold water and then I put them in a large freezer bag with about 2 Tbsp. Olive Oil and 1 Tsp. Taco Seasoning and “fried” them up!

Don’t they look delicious already? (At this point I seriously considered just breaking out the malt vinegar and eating them like that lol)




On top of this I sprinkled some of the seasoned ground beef from the Taco Pizza ingredients, some chopped green onions, and a whole whack of grated cheese.




I popped this in the oven at 375° for 10 minutes, at the same time as the Taco pizza.

When it was done I divvied it up and then drizzled Nacho cheese sauce and sour cream on top.  (Note: I did pop the sour cream in the microwave for about 30 seconds to make it “pourable.”)



They might not look so pretty but boy did they taste good.  I can’t eat any meat but on “Mexican” night I always make the exception…. and suffer, but it’s well worth any suffering!






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