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Ultimate Natchos

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Serves 4

A must for any Mexican food lover, or just for those who love a spicy snack.

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  • 1 Tin Baked Beans
  • Tabasco Sauce
  • Soured Cream
  • Salsa
  • Guacamole
  • Cheese, grated
  • 1 Large bag of tortilla crisps (Dorito's)
  • Green Jalapenos
  • Red Jalapenos


    1. Empty 2/3 of the tortilla crisps on a microwavable/ grill proof dish or plate
    2. Mix as much Tabasco as you like to the tin of baked beans and stir. Spoon over your tortilla crisps.
    3. Scatter over some jalapenos and plenty of cheese.
    4. Put the remaining tortilla crisps on top and then add the rest of the beans, jalapenos and cheese.
    5. Cook in microwave on full for 3 min to heat all the way through. Finish off under the grill untill crisps are starting to golden and cheese is bubbling.
    6. Serve with soured cream, salsa and guacamole.
    7. Optional Extras: you can add a few dollop's of a cream cheese like Philadelphia on top before grilling for extra cheesyness! Sweet chilli Philadelphia works great. Try a drizzle of your favourite chilli sauce all over before cooking too for an extra kick.

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