American Nachos


Nachos made with an American Flair

8 Russet Potatoes
2 C Shredded Cheddar Cheese
2 C Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
1 lb bacon cooked and crumbled in big pieces
1 18 oz Jar of your favorite Bar B Q sauce
1 Tbs Kosher Salt
1 Tbs of cracked pepper
1 Tbs of garlic salt.
Canola oil for frying
Mix your salts and pepper together in a bowl. Start by washing your potatoes. Use a mandolin and slice your potatoes as thin as you can. As you slice them, place them in a bowl of ice water. This helps them from turning brown and also makes them crisper when frying. Heat your oil to 350 degrees. Take some of the potatoes out of the ice water and lay out on a towel. You want to dry as much of the water off of them you can to prevent the oil from splattering when you cook them. Place them in your oil and fry. Fry them to a golden brown. Take them out and drain. Sprinkle with the seasoning of salts and pepper to taste. After all of the potatoes have been cooked and drained. Place in a 9 x 13 baking pan. Sprinkle with BBQ sauce, cheese, and bacon. Cook in a 350 degree preheated oven for 20 minutes or until cheese is melted.


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The Easiest Twix Cookie Recipe


Today we’re making the easiest Twix cookie recipe. These are simple cake mix cookies that we’re going to turn into your new favorite treat.

Twix are a delicious chocolate bar candy. If you’ve never had one you are missing out. These Twix cookies are inspired by the tasty combo of flavors found in the iconic candy bar by the same name.

Twix cookies feature (like the candy bar) a cookie with caramel and then chocolate of course! You could sort of re-fabricate this recipe into actual Twix bars but it’s much easier to just dollop the caramel and the chocolate on top of the cookies!