If you really want to feed a crowd, set up a nacho table and watch your family descend like a plague of locusts.
Walking tacos are for amateurs. Individual portions of nachos? Who has time for that? Behold, the nacho table.
If you want to try making your own Mexican-inspired creation, all you need is a table, a roll of aluminum foil, and a shopping cart full of nacho supplies. Sure, you'll spend your weekly grocery budget on a single meal, but hey, think of all the likes you'll get!
Spread out a mess of nacho chips on your covered table, drizzle it all with some warmed-up cheese sauce, and sprinkle on some taco meat. Considering the whole food safety thing, you'll want to keep any dairy products like sour cream or fresh crema in a bowl. Who are we kidding? A health inspector would shut down this meal faster than you can say "queso!"
Some good healthy topping options include chopped peppers, onions, corn, cilantro, and tomatoes. Basically, just run it through the summer garden.
While this may not be the most pandemic-appropriate food in the world, it sure looks fun. Save this trend for immediate family only, or anyone you've been locked down with!
What are your thoughts on nacho tables as a family-friendly project? Yuck or yum? Sound off in the comments!