My favorite last minute meal is a few baked tortilla chips served up with a cup of queso from my newest book, The Great Vegan Bean Book. The base recipe is mild, but you can spice it up to suit your taste. It’s perfect for a lazy spring lunch! [Read more...]
My favorite last minute meal is a few tortilla chips served up with a cup of queso. If you’re tired of spending a fortune on jars of vegan queso this is the recipe for you.The base recipe is mild, but you can spice it up to suit your taste. to recipe %rarr;
There are “those days” – the kind where you come home and plop in a chair and wish that dinner could magically appear. Those are the days that I take a jar of Nacheez from my pantry and find my secret stash of baked blue corn chips. It’s an instant cheater dinner! I don’t eat like that often, but when I need something impossibly easy it’s a lifesaver.
Of course, it’s great for a quick Mexi-man and cheez even if you come home tired. It’s the perfect topping for steamed veggies if you have haters in your house. They won’t even notice that “green stuff” underneath it because it’s so tasty.
You can also use it in casseroles, burritos and anywhere else you might want some vegan cheese. They even have mild or spicy depending on your preference. The spicy is not fiery hot, so it can be used in recipes too.
If I were you, I’d get a few of these in my pantry for the holidays!
Enter this giveaway and you may just win your own Nacheez to try!
You will get one entry for each task you do as long as you enter a new comment for each one on this blog post. I’ll announce the winner Friday.
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