Take these nachos to your next game day function and you’ll be the MVP of Game day snacking! These Philly Cheesesteak Nachos are packed with beef, caramelized onions, green peppers and sauce, just like the real deal!
Football season is here! I think that every year Ben and I are together I get a little more into fall and football season. And it really helps when your two favorite football teams are totally kicking ass and taking names. Oh, I’m a die hard Washington State Cougar (Go Cougs!) and life long Seahawks fan. Just an fyi.
I mean sure, it’s still the first couple of weeks of the official NFL season, but I am so stoked for the rest of this year and what’s to come. Seattle is no longer the fat nerdy kid of the NFL, the one who never gets asked to dances and the one that never gets the girl…Well, hey girl, it’s on this year. I can feel it. And did you hear that we broke the WORLD RECORD for loudest stadium? Yeah, last weekend the 12th man was out in force and shattered the world record. We in Seattle take things very seriously – like our football, our futball (Sounders FC), and our coffee. Beer, too. We like beer. And snacks. And you can’t have a football game without copious amounts of snacks.
Exhibit….okay, how many more exhibits do you need? Clearly, you need to just make these.
Need more Football Food inspiration? Check out my Pinterest board dedicated to all of your favorite football foods! Or try any of these below!
Philly Cheesesteak Nachos
1/2 bag or big pile of Corn Tortilla Chips
2 cups good quality deli Roast Beef sliced lunch meat, chopped
1 Green Pepper, sliced or diced
1 Onion, sliced
2 Tbsp Butter
1 cup Cheese Whiz or 2 cups Shredded Provolone Cheese (traditional)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Melt butter in a large saute pan over medium high heat. When melted, add in sliced onions and caramelize, stirring frequently and reducing down until they are deep and golden brown. Remove from stove and cool. Into same saute pan, add in green peppers and warm until they are softened - about 3-4 minutes. Stir freqnetly. Remove from stove.
Layer nachos, and top with green peppers, onions, and roast beef. Place in oven and bake for 10 minutes to warm through.
Top with Cheese Whiz or shredded Provolone for a more authentic cheese steak experience. (Cheese Whiz is also authentic, but most people think of Provolone with a Cheesesteak...)