Nachos used to be toasted tortilla chips covered in some sort of dreadful cheese-like sauce.
But that version has mostly disappeared these days.
Freshly toasted or deep fried tortilla chips can be anointed with a variety of cheeses, none better than the best melting cheese in the world, Gruyere, but they can also be topped with pulled pork, chili, chicken in Alfredo sauce and a variety of other items such as jalapeno peppers, and even olive salad most people reserve for muffulettas.
If you want to try something really delicious and messy, make nachos with a classic red sauce, and garnish with good Parmesan Reggiano, something as simple as Hollandaise sauce or something you see more and more often, nachos covered in beef debris.
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