Who doesn’t love nachos? Jazz up your nacho routine with these super-tasty Blackstone Nachos Supreme. Made effortlessly on your Blackstone Griddle, there’s nothing like this towering pile of crispy chips and delish toppings for your next snack attack.
Perfect for game day, when you’re tailgating, or just when you need a snack, there are few things better than loaded nachos.
The best part about this Blackstone griddle recipe is making it on a griddle! Scale it up to feed a crowd and cook a massive pile of nachos all at once or keep the recipe as it is and serve a handful of people. Gather your ingredients, fire up your outdoor griddle, and let’s get cooking!
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Snacking Made Easy with Your Blackstone Griddle
No matter if you’ve got the colossal 36-inch Blackstone Griddle or a smaller one, cooking on the Blackstone Griddle is easy, efficient, and fun. This is also a quick recipe to prepare, with the ground beef cooking on such a large cooking surface.
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How to Make Nachos Supreme
Preheat your Blackstone Griddle to medium heat. Apply a thin layer of your favorite cooking oil (recommend olive oil) to the griddle surface and let it get good and hot.
When the flat top griddle is hot and nearly smoking, add ground beef to the griddle. Cook the ground beef, breaking it up as you go, until it is no longer pink inside.
Make sure to separate as much of the burger grease from the cooked burger as possible before adding the taco seasoning. Push the excess grease into the grease trap.
Once the meat is cooked, place tortilla chips on a prepared baking sheet pan or serving dish. Do this by laying a piece of parchment paper or aluminum foil onto the baking sheet and spreading a single layer of tortilla chips across the full sheet pan.
Using a griddle spatula, top the tortilla chips with the hot ground beef mixture, and then the shredded Mexican cheese blend.
If desired place the whole sheet pan with the chips, burger and cheese onto the the hot Blackstone Griddle Flat Top and cover with a dome lid for about 2 – 3 minutes to melt the cheese.
By doing this you are creating an oven affect and making baked nachos.
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What is the Best Way to Layer Nachos?
Layering nachos is completely customizable. Sprinkle the toppings like diced bell peppers, chopped tomatoes, and of course, a dollop of sour cream.
Crunchy shredded lettuce adds a nice touch to these towering nachos. Serve hot and make sure to have a variety of side that your guests will like.
Variations on this Nachos Supreme Recipe
This griddle grilled nachos recipe is so super easy to customize! Have fun with all your favorite toppings, including:
- Refried beans
- Sliced green olives or black olives,
- Pickled jalapeños
- Pico de Gallo
- Your favorite salsa
- Hot sauce
- Nacho cheese sauce
- Lime wedges
- Chopped onion
- Different shredded cheese combinations
- Fresh cilantro
- Peri Peri Sauce
- And more!
Change up the Meat In your Nachos Supreme!
Ground beef is the traditional choice when making griddle nachos, but I also like using ground chicken or ground turkey. Sometimes I even use ground chorizo, but when I do, I don’t add more taco seasoning because the chorizo tends to have enough flavor in it already. Also try shredded chicken, shredded pork or shredded beef instead of ground beef.
Make a Nacho Bar!
Here’s an idea for a great Super Bowl party snack: set out the meat, toppings, and chips and encourage your guests to assemble their own customized nachos supreme! You could have great fun putting out a huge spread of toppings! If you like salsa for one of your toppings, then try this tomatillo red chili salsa. It will add a lot of flavor to your nachos!!
Can I Make Nachos Supreme Ahead of Time?
In order for the tortilla chips to remain crispy and crunchy, this Blackstone Griddle nachos recipe should be assembled just before eating. However, you can get everything ready for this Nachos Supreme recipe ahead of time. Here’s how:
1. Cook the meat on the Blackstone griddle. Chill it in the fridge if you won’t be using it for a while, then just reheat it in the microwave.
2. Prepare your toppings, keeping them in the fridge in separate containers until you’re ready to assemble.
3. Then, just heat the beef, assemble the loaded nachos, and dig in!
How to Store Loaded Nachos
Once assembled, nachos don’t keep well. However, I’ve done it and successfully reheated them. Here’s how:
· Remove sour cream, diced tomatoes, and lettuce from the top of any nachos you want to store in the fridge.
· Put the leftovers into an airtight container and keep them for up to a day or two. Longer than that and they’ll be tough to crisp up when reheating.
How to Reheat Nachos
- Preheat oven to 425F.
- Put the leftover nachos on a sheet pan and bake them in the preheated oven for a few minutes until they start too crisp up.
- Watch them closely to make sure nothing burns!
- Add your toppings and enjoy!
What to Serve with Nachos
Are you looking for ideas on what to serve with this griddle nachos recipe? For a refreshing cocktail, try my whiskey slush, pineapple slush, or a frozen raspberry slushie. If you are looking for a dessert, then try these lime cupcakes, chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting, or these snickerdoodle cookies recipe.
Nachos Supreme – Frequently Asked Questions
Cheese is such a personal preference, but my family and I love using a blend of Monterey jack and cheddar. Monterey jack has a lovely, melted texture while the cheddar adds loads of flavor. Shred your own to get the perfect blend of cheese or make it easy on yourself and purchase a bag of pre-shredded Tex-Mex or Mexican blend of cheese.
I always start with a bed of crispy tortilla chips. Then, I pile on the seasoned beef, the cheese, and then the remaining toppings. I leave the sour cream for last and just drizzle it on top.
You can add the salsa to the nachos if you like, but my personal preference is to save the salsa for dipping. This way I can get as much salsa on each chip as I like, and I don’t have to worry about the salsa sogging the chips.
Sheet Pan Nachos Supreme Recipe
Get the full recipe and nutrition calories as well as nutrition information below!
- Olive Oil 1 tablespoon
- Ground Beef 1 lb
- Taco Seasoning 2 tablespoons
- Tortilla Strips 12 ounces
- Water 2 tablespoons
- Shredded Cheese 2 cups
- Tomato, Diced 1/2 cup
- Peppers, Bell 1/4 cup
- Sour Cream 2 tablespoons
- Lettuce, Shredded 1/2 cup
- Preheat the Blackstone Flat Top Griddle to medium heat.
- Prepare your diced tomatoes, peppers and lettuce.
- As the Blackstone Griddle is heating up, apply the olive oil and spread with a griddle spatula.
- When the griddle is hot and nearly smoking, add ground hamburger to the griddle. Cook the ground burger, breaking it up as you go, until it is in small pieces and no longer pink inside.
- Make sure to separate as much of the ground beef grease from the cooked burger as possible before adding the taco seasoning. Push the excess grease into the grease trap.
- Top the cooked burger with the taco seasoning. Add a squirt of water to help combine the ground beef and taco seasoning,
- When the meat mixture is cooked, place tortilla chips on a prepared baking sheet pan or serving dish lined with parchment paper.
- Top the tortilla chips with the hot beef mixture, and the shredded cheese.
- If desired place the whole sheet pan with the chips, burger and cheese onto the the hot Blackstone Griddle and cover with a large dome lid for about 2 - 3 minutes to melt the cheese.
- Choose your desired toppings. Sprinkle the toppings like chopped bell peppers, diced tomatoes, shredded lettuce, and of course, a dollop of sour cream.
- Serve hot and make sure to have a variety of side, if possible, that your guests will like.
Try these different toppings: shredded chicken, shredded pork or shredded beef, refried beans, sliced green olives or black olives, pickled jalapenos, Pico de Gallo, your favorite salsa, hot sauce, nacho cheese sauce, lime wedges, chopped onion, different shredded cheese combinations, or fresh cilantro,
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Amount Per Serving Calories 401Total Fat 24gSaturated Fat 9gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 13gCholesterol 64mgSodium 425mgCarbohydrates 25gFiber 2gSugar 1gProtein 20g
Note: For exact nutritional information, consult your dietitian. All nutritional information is simply a guideline.
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