Ok, before I dive into all the goodness and yumminess of this meal, did anyone else hear about Burger King testing out a home delivery service? Coz’ as if drive thru isn’t convenient enough, you can now get soggy fries and preservative laden
burgers straight to your doorstep. Oh joy.
Anyways, back to the good
stuff. So I am
kinda totally loving Food Should Taste Good tortilla chips. I first tried this product at the Food & Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE) back in 2009 and only just rekindled my love affair with them. Why I took such a long hiatus from them truly beats me!
This afternoon when I stopped into Sprouts on my way to an appointment I noticed that the chips were 2/$4. Woohoo! I quickly snapped up a bag each of the Blue Corn and Cheddar varieties and instantly knew what was for dinner: Nachos
Again, this recipe is super easy (if you read through my other recipes you’ll probably notice that is a theme around here) and was especially good for a night like tonight when I got home a few hours later than usual.
For the toppings, I simply added some corn and black beans to a mix of diced red and green peppers and roma tomatoes.
I grabbed a handful of each kind of the chips, plated them and piled on the veggies, topping them off with a small amount of both shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheese.
After microwaving on high for 1 minute to melt the cheese and adding a few slices of avocado, the nachos were good to go!
So why do I love Food Should Taste Good chips so much?
can actually pronounce all of the ingredients listed. And the words ‘modified’ and ‘high fructose/corn syrup’ aren’t listed anywhere.
- They are certified gluten free
- No trans fats
- Cholesterol free
- Low sodium
- No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
…and the goodness list actually continues beyond this.
Pretty sure this meal is faster than ordering home delivery. Beat that Burger King