HeLLthy Jalapeño Queso Dip
250 Calories per Serving
- Combine all cheese, milk & butter into a small sized pot and let it melt slowly on medium to medium low heat. If it's too hot the cheese will burn to the pan. Let this cheese do its thing slowly and classy.
- Once the cheese is fully melted it will seem soupy, but it will come together with time, trust me. At this point we can add our pico de gallo and diced jalapeños.
- Now that we have all of our ingredients in our queso, simply let it simmer on low heat for as long as you'd like. I let it sit for at least 30 minutes while I did everything else.
- Brown 1 lb of meat, preferably 80/20 for that flavor. The meat will also break up finer, which will give you that good ol' Taco Bell dog food meat feeling that you crave.
- I used Taco Bell spice packet, which was easy and made sense. I also have my own taco seasonings on this website that I use in other recipes. The 7 Layer Taco Dip Bites recipe has a much healthier recipe for taco seasoning which you can use for this recipe. It is generally much lower in sodium.
- The packet will usually have instructions, which will require you to brown & drain your meat, then add 1 cup of water, bring to a boil and let simmer for 10 minutes.
- Assemble your Grilled Stuft Nacho by first laying out your tortilla wrap, spreading on your sour cream, meat, queso, sauce packet & sprinkling on the nachos. Before folding make sure that you shape your toppings in a triangle shape. It will help distribute the fillings evenly throughout.
- Fold as shown in the pictures below and then spray down the tortilla with an olive oil spray and place on a griddle or nonstick frying pan on medium heat for about 3 minutes or until golden brown. Flip and repeat.
- At this point you are ready to eat, but if you want it to look like the commercial, you need to cut into the triangle and manually place in extra nachos. Then take some extra cheese and place it into a ziplock baggy and cut a small hole in the corner and squeeze out the cheese sauce into various areas void of color to add that effect. You can do the same with the sour cream.
- And there you have it! A professional commercial looking Grilled Stuft Nacho!
Disclaimer: Nutrition Facts are estimated through MyFitnessPal and should act as a general guideline and in no way represent any actual facts.