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Easy Deep Fried Nachos Recipe

Yields1 Serving

For The Taco Meat
 ½ tsp chili powder
 ½ tsp carefully ground pepper
 ½ tsp ground cumin
 ½ tsp seasoning salt
 1 tsp garlic powder
 3 tbsp vegetable oil
 1 lb lean ground beef (93% fat)
 1 shallot, carefully chopped
 1 tsp onion powder
For The Cheese Sauce:
 ¼ cup jalapeno juice
 ½ cup cubed American cheese (2% milk)
 ½ cup melted processed cheese
 ½ cup shredded pepper jack cheese
 1 cup milk, plus an additional splash
For The Masa:
 ¼ cup marinaded jalapeno juice
 ½ cup Cotija cheese
 16 oz yellow tortilla chips
 ½ cup shredded pepper jack cheese
 1 cup melted nacho cheese
 9 Oaxaca cheese
 10 oz nacho cheese flavored tortilla chips
 Grease,
Garnishes:
 Chopped cilantro
 Chopped green onions
 Guacamole
 Pickled jalapenos
 Salsa
 Sour cream
Cooking The Taco Meat:
1

Add the oil and shallots to a flattop over medium heat.

2

Add the pepper, hamburger, cumin, chili powder, onion powder, flavoring salt, and garlic powder.

3

Add just a little bit of water.

4

Prepare the meat by breaking up the ground beef with a wooden spoon to prepare it evenly. The meat should be fully prepared in about 7 - 10 minutes.

Cooking The Cheese Sauce:
5

Put a little milk into a warm saucepan over low heat. This will prevent the cheese from burning or sticking into the pan.

6

To make it spicy, add the American cheese and pepper jack cheese. Us the remainder of the milk (1 cup) to make the sauce creamy.

7

Add the mixture to melted processed cheese and keep stirring it to prevent the bottom layer from burning.

8

As soon as all the cubes are dissolved, and you discover the "sheen" on the sauce, including the jalapeno juice to provide the cheese with a distinctive and fragile consistency.

9

Put the cheese sauce aside and keep warm.

Cooking The Masa:
10

Crush up the tortilla chips and nacho chips and put them in a big bowl.

11

Fall apart the Cotija cheese into the crushed chips, and then include the pepper jack.

12

Add the jalapeno juice. This offers your masa the unique nacho flavor.

13

Include the nacho cheese into the masa for included wetness. It will likewise work as a binding representative.

14

Work whatever together with your hands, smashing everything together. Make certain that it's not dry or excessively wet.

Final Instructions:
15

Heat oil in a deep fryer up to 350 degrees F.

16

Make a little pancake out of the mix, put the Oaxaca cheese cube into it, roll it into a ball and close it up.

17

Make balls out of the mix and put it in the deep fryer.

18

Fry them until they're crispy on the outside and gooey on the within so the cheese gets a perfect pull, this need to take about 4 to 5 minutes. When cheese begins to ooze out but not running out, they're prepared to pull from the fryer.

19

As these three balls are frying, continue making six more balls for your three portions.

20

Place three balls in each serving bowl and top the balls with the cheese sauce and taco meat. Make certain each ball has cheese, so every bite has the nacho components and flavor.

21

Garnish according to your preferences with guacamole, salsa, sour cream, pickled jalapenos, cilantro and green onion.