Cheese Nachos

We are California Girls and as such we loved to go to the beach. There is something so beautiful and relaxing to listen to the waves lap at the shore and the birds calling as they dip and circle looking for the next meal. The pipers run up and down the sand on the hunt before the next wave sweeps the shore. Ah, Huntington Beach. It will always be home and part of home is the concession stand making and selling homemade cheese nachos better known as Cheese Strips. A place that has made Huntington Beach home since the early 1930’s This place is called Dwight’s Beach Concession it is the place for your munchies.
Here is our version of these Cheese nachos.  My sisters would make these for us when I was little and mom made them after they all got married and moved away.

Cheese Nachos

This is so easy and tastes so good.
For this recipe you will need:

Ingredients:

Finely Shredded Mild Cheddar Cheese
Favorite Salsa or
Ketchup
Tobasco
Coconut Oil or your favorite frying oil
Himalayan Pink Salt fine grain

Directions:

Slice Tortillas into 1″ strips, fry in skillet with oil.

When crisp remove to a paper towel and lightly salt.

Add cheddar cheese that has been finely shredded on top and serve with a bowl of salsa.

For the sauce, the original is a closely hidden secret sauce. What I used as a child for the ones my sisters used to make was just ketchup. Now I throw in a shake or so of Tabasco sauce and it gives us a sweetish sauce with a little kick.

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Cheese Nachos

  • Corn Tortillas
  • Finely Shredded Mild Cheddar Cheese
  • Favorite Salsa or
  • Ketchup
  • Tobasco
  • Salt
  • Coconut Oil or your favorite frying oil
  • Himalayan Pink Salt fine grain
  1. Slice Tortillas into 1″ strips, fry in skillet with oil.
  2. When crisp remove to a paper towel and lightly salt.
  3. Add cheddar cheese that has been finely shredded on top and serve with a bowl of salsa.
  4. For the sauce, the original is a closely hidden secret sauce. What I used as a child for the ones my sisters used to make was just ketchup. Now I throw in a shake or so of Tabasco sauce and it gives us a sweetish sauce with a little kick.

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