Try this great nacho salad recipe, made by Anamika Sharma’s daughter Anshika.
By Anamika Sharma
Yes, I am excited about this one, because the guest I have today is none other but my Daughter – Anshika. Girls are the best gift of life and I am so blessed to have her in my life, my strong support always. As days pass by this mother daughter bond is getting stronger.
I am so happy to share her first ever experiment in the Kitchen. A dish she made without any help and all by her own ( though like most of the mothers even I am too hyper on my kids entering the kitchen or trying to do something with certain kitchen equipments which is a BIG NO for them).
- - Boiled corns
- - Colored capsicum cut into cubes
- - Chopped spring onions
- - Boiled kidney beans
- - Ready made nacho chips
- - Salsa sauce ( tomato and basil )
- - Olive oil
- - Oregano
- - Lemon juice - ½ teaspoon
- - Chilli flakes
- - Cheese as per your taste
- - Salt to taste
- Take a non-stick pan, add in olive oil and all the veggies & beans, and toss for about 3 – 4 minutes. Add in little salt, oregano, chilli flakes and lemon juice.
- Take a microwave safe bowl, spread in nacho chips on the base and top it with the salsa sauce. Add in cheese slices on top of it to cover the nacho chips and microwave it for few seconds. The cheese slices will melt a little.
- Now add in all the tossed veggies and beans over the melted cheese and spread evenly. Add in little more salsa sauce as per your taste and cover the dish with grated cheese.
- Decorate the bowl from all the sides with Nacho chips and microwave just before serving for few seconds.
- Serve and enjoy the crunchy cheesy Mexican salad with lots of veggies, beans and Nachos?!
Anamika Sharma is a passionate foodie, a food blogger with a background in aviation and telecom industry for good 15 years. Her mission is to spread the love for Indian cooking to all those who wrongly think it’s too difficult. She loves to cook for her family, specially her kids. Besides cooking she also enjoys photography and traveling. MAD – making a difference is a word she chose to describe her Indian cooking site. Cooking always meant to her to be maddening and now she is mad about cooking.