Easy Cheezy Ballpark Nachos. vegan.
Final week was a Mac/Cheez kind of week for me. And I had quite a few tiny tubs of leftover vegan cheese sauce. There are a couple of yummy recipes to use up leftover cheez sauce. But my preferred is to make these Straightforward Cheezy Ballpark Nachos…
Fun, effortless, scrumptious – this red basket of nachos truly appears similar to that creamy, fluorescent orange sauce-coated snack you locate when you order nachos at a ballpark or any sporting/stadium occasion genuinely.
The only variation is that this sauce is healthful and vegan! Instead of processed dairy and preservatives – this sauce is filled with good for you fiber, protein, vitamins. Bold cheezy flavor. You’ll locate this bean and potato-based sauce is light, silky and creamy – excellent for drizzling and dipping.
Every single silky rich spoonful of sauce hugs the round golden corn tortilla chips and oozes above the crevices of fresh chopped Mex veggies. Grab a chip and get pleasure from!..
silky, creamy, wealthy, cheezy orange sauce..
The neatest factor about this sauce is that there is actually no “cheese” – not even vegan cheese – in the recipe. The sauce is truly a whole food sauce developed from a flavorful mixture of beans, potato, nutritional yeast, cider vinegar, spices, olive oil – and more. Extremely little soy as properly. The creaminess and lightness is due to those white cannellini beans and the starchy potato. All that cheezy flavor is from the addictive nutritional yeast.
Nut-based vs Bean/Potato-based. I’ve tried a few cashew-based cheez sauces. And in comparison, although they have fab flavor, they are a lot heavier than this sauce.
So ballpark-believable that my husband starting shouting out ballpark ref calls as he happily munched away Really like the enthusiasm.
Simple Cheezy Ballpark Nachos
vegan, serves two (it really is fun to share!)
1 cup round tortilla chips – I like the mini sized chips
1 cup leftover vegan cheese sauce (recipe here)
1/2 avocado, diced (tossed in fresh lime juice)
1/4 cup chopped cilantro
two cherry tomatoes, diced
1/2 jalapeno, sliced
1 lime, sliced
fine black pepper
other optional add-ins:
To make your cheez sauce “spicy” – basically add a handful of dashes of cayenne or teaspoons of hot sauce – stir into the sauce before pouring above chips. The chopped jalapenos will also add a great heat – specially if you leave the seeds on.
1. Re-heat your cheese sauce. I warm mine in the microwave for about a minute.
two. Drizzle warm sauce more than leading round tortilla chips.
3. Add garnishes. Serve!