by Kate Heyhoe
The nacho has universal appeal. It's a finger food, it crunches, it's Tex-Mex, it's tasty. It's quick and easy, yet it's still satisfying. Anyone can make a good nacho. It's casual enough to eat on the couch in front of the game, but it can be gussied up for any occasion: like hamburgers, pizza, and other wildly popular casual foods, nacho variations are vast, and techniques are important. Here's a nacho recipe that works for both Lunar New Year cvelebrations and January Football parties.
Makes 1 (12-by-18-inch) tray or equivalent.
Complete recipe: Chinese Firecracker Nachos
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