Turkey Nacho Bake Recipe
A fast and easy way to prepare a pretty classic nacho treat with ground, browned turkey meat. Serve with sour cream, taco sauce, salsa or guacamole.
This is so good in a not-quite-so-bad for you comfort food way. I didn't have any chives, green onions or fresh tomatoes, so instead I mixed around a 1/2 cup of medium salsa in with the fat-free refried beans when I microwaved them and then left out the hot sauce. Instead of pkgd. taco seasoning, I used the Taco Seasoning I recipe on this site which is a 1000x better. However, I did not add the ingredients to the seasoning that were already called for in this recipe (like chili flakes and pepper). I left out the olives because I don't like them. Not having to chop anything up saved about 10 minutes on the total time, and I even grated my own cheese while the beans were heating up. I will definitely make this again.
Combine leftover cooked turkey with cranberry jelly and a few other savory ingredients to make a filling for scoop-shaped tortilla chips. They're a fun way to use up holiday leftovers.
A great way to use up some of that leftover turkey from a holiday meal. You can also use cooked and cubed chicken breast if you prefer. It can be used as an appetizer or doubled for a main dish.
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Tex-Mex meets Thanksgiving in every bite of these festive turkey nachos with cranberry sauce, green salsa, cilantro, and pepper Jack cheese.