Nacho Daddy's Lasagna
A Finer, Family-Style Take on Game Day Nachos
Glenn Harris, the chef and owner of the popular restaurant, The Smith, in New York City, puts a creative twist on the standard, game day nachos you'd find at the concession stand. Serve this as the main course at your Super Bowl party!
In a shallow roasting pan, spread a thin layer of chili on the bottom. (Click here for the chili recipe). Layer tortilla on top, spread chili, sprinkle with cheese, dash with jalape??os and continue to layer until you've reached the top of the pan. Make sure the last layer is cheese.
Place pan in oven and cook for 1 hour at 325 degrees.
Let cool overnight in refrigerator and serve the next day.
When serving, flip the pan over, and slice into squares.
Top with salsa, sour cream, pickled jalape??os, and cilantro.
Serves 12 people.
Recipe courtesy of Glenn Harris, the chef and owner of The Smith.