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These Italian Nachos are deeelicious. That’s all I have to say.
Heat oven to 350 F.
Finely chop all the veggies, and mix them together in a bowl, to make a salsa. You can keep them separate if you like. And you don’t have to dice them too small, but my family prefers it finely diced and mixed together.
Cook the chicken in a skillet over medium heat until it’s no longer pink. Then remove it from the skillet and set it aside. Cook the sausage in the same skillet until it’s no longer pink.
Fill an oven-safe plate or platter with tortilla chips. Cover the chips with mozzarella cheese. Sprinkle chicken and sausage pieces on top, followed by spoonfuls of the salsa (or pieces of the veggies, however you decide to do it.) Place in the oven until the cheese melts, about 10 minutes. While it’s in the oven, heat the Alfredo sauce in the microwave or in a saucepan over medium heat.
When cheese is melted, remove the nachos from the oven. Spoon heated Alfredo sauce over the top, or serve on the side for dipping.
I am a Mexican food fiend and nothing makes me happier than a big bowl of pico de gallo and chips. This is such an easy recipe and you can make it mild, medium or spicy depending on what you prefer. I like spicy, so jalapeno peppers are for me, but you could add habanero peppers if you like a lot of heat!
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