a snack or appetizer consisting of a tortilla chip topped with cheese, pickled jalapeño peppers, refried beans, etc., and baked or broiled.
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How to use nacho in a sentence
Repeat with the rest of the chips and filling so everyone at the site has an individual nacho packet.How to Eat More (and Better) Meals Outside This Summer | Outside Editors | May 19, 2021 | Outside Online
Fold the foil over the nachos to create a packet that traps heat.How to Eat More (and Better) Meals Outside This Summer | Outside Editors | May 19, 2021 | Outside Online
No pre-shredded cheeseA bag of shredded cheese from the grocery store might seem like an easy shortcut to delicious nacho sauce, but you’re almost guaranteed to lose your way.
Potatoes become the base for these flavorful, easy to scale nachos.Our best Super Bowl recipes deliver big flavor for a smaller watch party | Kari Sonde | February 1, 2021 | Washington Post
Rather than piling into a crowded ski lodge for hot chocolate or heading to a bar for nachos and shared pitchers of beer, we’ll all be turning our cars into mobile, socially distant mini-lodges.Winter Rig Rentals for Socially Distanced Ski Trips | Megan Michelson | January 28, 2021 | Outside Online
Harry will be captaining one team, nacho Figueras the opposition.
And nacho had always approved himself an excellent chasqui, and was an unerring guide even across the trackless travesia.At Home with the Patagonians | George Chaworth Musters
Leclerq, Koch, and nacho Amor are all cultivated, agreeable young men.Diplomatic Days | Edith O'Shaughnessy
British Dictionary definitions for nacho
Mexican cookery a snack consisting of a piece of tortilla topped with cheese, hot peppers, etc, and grilled
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