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GRILLED NACHOS

  Date: August 04, 2010
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I bought the grill tray used in this recipe for several reasons. It could go straight from the grill to the table and would keep foods warm. If refrigerated it could help keep items chilled. But truth be told I loved the looks of the nacho recipe that accompanied the pan. It took a while for me to get around to actually making it, but now that I have I won’t be waiting very long to make it again. The nachos were easy to make as the pictures below will show & very easy to cook. I made some CHARRED PICO DE GALO to go with the nachos and they made a great pairing. BTW you can’t see it in the “pictures, but the hot grill tray is on a tile trivet and not right on the wood table. The pan got scorchingly hot on the grill (double BBQ gloves needed). It was still too hot to touch 15 minutes later, so the grill tray does it’s staying warm function quite well too. But like I said I really bought it for the nachos and that was an excellent call if I do say so myself.
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GRILLED NACHOS
Grill:
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Kenmore Elite Gas Grill

Direct Grilled:

Using Kenmore Elite Gas Grill
Gear:
  • W-S Grill Tray