For Frito Pie, take large bowls and mound one handful off fritos into bottom of bowl. Add a layer if chili over the fritos. Grate 1/3 cup of aged or sharp cheddar cheese over the top of the chili. Add a large dal of source cream. Garnish with minced green onion, 1 palmful roughly chopped cilantro, and pickled jalapeños.
For Queso Con Carne, when chili is hot, add 1 lbs Velveta cheese, cubed. Stir to melt. Add 2 cup ChiChi's salsa. Mix in 1 cup roughly chopped cilantro and 1 cup minced green onion. In separate skillet, take 2 1" thick medium boneless quality steaks (sirloin or strip), let come to room temperature and then pat dry. Cover with Mexican seasoning on both sides. Add a few pinches of hickory salt and freshly cracked pepper. In an oiled skillet, sear on both sides, about 2 minutes per side. Remove from skillet (middle should be rare), and slice the steaks into 1/4" ribbons about 1" long. Mix ribbons into the chili-cheese mixture, ideally minutes before serving. Keep over low heat or in a chafing dish. Serve with Doritos, Restaurant Style Corn Chips, and a side bowl of pickled jalapeños.
For Sheet Pan Nachos, spread 1 layer of mixed Doritos and Restaurant Style Corn Chips on a sheet pan. Dollop chili mixture over chips. Drizzle Cheese Wiz over top. Sprinkle Queso Fresco cheese over the top. Add 1 cup minced green onion. 1/2 cup picketed jalapeños. Repeat layers. Add 1 cup grated yellow sharp cheddar. For the top layer, sprinkle with Cotija Mexican cheese. Garnish with 1 cup black beans. Place sheet pan into 350 degree oven for for about 20 minutes, until all cheese has melted. Remove from oven and garnish with 1 cup chopped cilantro, 1 cup picked jalapeños, and a dusting of Mexican seasoning. Serve with Applebee's Perfect Margarita.
Source: Jay Moody
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