Nachos, anyone? I don’t know about you, but nachos are my go-to snack. Whenever I’m watching a movie or hanging out with friends, they’re one of the easiest things to make, and they always just hit the spot. And I’m sure you don’t need a recipe for nachos — it’s like the one thing we all could make in college, right? But, if you’re interested in seriously stepping up your nacho game, let me introduce you to Riceland Food’s Leftover Turkey and Cheesy Rice Skillet Nachos made with Riceland Long Grain White Rice. Trust me, rice will take your nachos to the next level.
And these were pretty simple to make. All you have to do is cook the rice (I used Riceland Long Grain Rice!), and set it aside. Then combine a bunch of the ingredients in a large bowl: the rice, some leftover turkey (or chicken, that’s what I used), salsa, corn, beans, sour cream, and cheese.
Then, take a giant skillet, line it with tortilla chips, and layer and spread the rice mix in the chips. After, sprinkle shredded cheese on top and bake for 20-25 minutes.
You’ll have a beautiful plate of nachos with perfectly melted cheese, and you can top it with whatever you’d like — I went with guacamole, sour cream, olives, and onions.
For the full recipe from Riceland, click here. Put this in front of your friends next time they come over for movie night, and I promise they’ll be impressed!
Also, if you're looking for a gift that gives back this holiday season, check out Riceland's gift box. With every purchase of their gift box, $5 is donated to Feeding America. The boxes come with Riceland products, a kitchen towel, a pot holder, and a cooking spoon. I'll be giving away a few of them on my Instagram page later next week!
Thanks to Riceland Foods for sponsoring this post. All opinions shared are my own.
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