Campfire Nacho's (Joe-tonna's) Recipe



Tortilla chips, Colby cheese, green peppers, onions, salsa, Pam cooking spray.


Pie irons and a campfire


Spray both sides of pie iron with Pam, place a layer of tortilla chips on bottom, add the vegetables, salsa, and finally cheese on top. Close pie iron and place on coals of the campfire, turning every 15-20 seconds. Cook until the cheese is melted to a light golden brown and slightly crispy around the edges. If the cheese sticks, tap the closed pie iron on the table or a rock to loosen, flip out onto a plate, cheese side up.

CommentThis recipe was invented by a 12 year old boy named Joe (thus the name Joe-tanna's) and it was the hit of our camping weekend! He used tortilla chips with a hint of lime in them and it was so good, we stopped making the pizzas and the dessert pies and only ate these all night. Next time, we will add chicken or taco meat to these awesome nachos.

Recipe ContributorFerdinand Tretter


Date Entered19-Jul-2004

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