Egg Roll Nachos
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When my husband and I came up with the idea to make egg roll nachos, I thought we’d probably hit on a good combination. We soooo did! We enjoyed this super flavorful dish with a few glasses of beer and an at home date night. What I love about this meal, besides the great flavor, is that we put the whole thing together ourselves. Not just the food, but everything that went into serving it. For example, I made the “stupid dishes” towel on my embroidery machine. I was so happy when he used it! He grew those peppers in our garden. I bought him the cast iron skillet a while back because we didn’t have one and he had lots of plans that called for one. The pilsner glasses are part of a gift I gave him a few Christmases ago because we were learning about different beers, and we bought the bottle opener for ourselves a few anniversary’s ago. Finally, I love that he doesn’t mind using my polka dot oven mitts and those are plates that we use daily. So, this fun meal that we made together ended up representing our life together and casual style even more than I realized. Plus, it equaled a happy and relaxing night in.
This recipe is simple. You’ll need some delicious egg rolls. We’re using Van’s Kitchen chicken egg rolls. They’re so good. Besides the egg rolls we’re keeping it simple and just using jalapeno peppers and a Mexican blend cheese. Great cheese choices for this are a mix of cheddar, mozzarella, colby and Monterey jack. Keep the savory sweet and sour sauce packet! That goes on top when the nachos come out!
Add tortilla chips to a baking pan and top them with cheese. Next, slice the egg rolls to about a quarter of an inch.
Top the dish with peppers and you’re ready for the oven!
Egg Roll Nachos Recipe
- Tortilla Chips
- Van's Kitchen Egg Rolls
- Mexican blend cheese shredded
- Jalapeno peppers
- Add tortilla chips to the bottom of a oven safe baking dish or cast iron skillet.
- Cover the tortilla chips with shredded cheese.
- Thinly slice egg rolls.
- Place sliced egg rolls on cheese topped tortilla chips.
- Top nacho dish with sliced jalapenos, to taste.
- Bake in oven at 375 until cheese is melted and egg rolls are browned. Approximately, 5 - 10 minutes, your oven may vary.
- Top with egg roll sauce.
We’re using a cast iron skillet so our finished nachos stay hot while we take our time eating. When the nachos come out of the oven, top them with the savory sweet and sour sauce packet. YUM!
Van’s Kitchen egg rolls are full of freshly chopped carrots, onions, celery and cabbage and 100% white meat chicken. They also have vegetable, pork and shrimp egg rolls. I like that they are low in fat and calories and have no added MSG. Plus, they’re a fun way to add veggies into kid’s diets.
We’re pairing these delicious egg roll nachos with beer. This fast and flavorful meal is a great way to spend a little time together in the kitchen creating a relaxing date night in!
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I hope you’ll give this dish a try. It is so good and so easy! I love that it’s a little unusual and a fun twist on standard nachos. If you try it, come back and tell me what you think! Also, don’t you think that towel is perfect? Another great thing about this meal is that you don’t have many dishes to do!
These nachos look amazing!!! And I love that the whole meal is extra special, and made with so much love! The towel is fantastic, too! #client
Awww, thank you so much, Sarah!
Yumm!! These look so delicious–what a fun twist on a classic favorite meal and appetizer!
Thank you, Nicole! They were soooo good! I’m looking forward to making these again soon. 🙂
Do you cook the egg rolls first? thanks.
Hi Mary Anne! They’re already precooked, so we just sliced them, put them on the nachos and then put the whole pan in the oven. 🙂
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