This Nacho Cheese sauce recipe is one of my favorite. The sauce is absolutely awesome with veggies, french fries, Doritos (tortilla chips), soft pretzels, and nachos!
Nacho cheese sauce originated from Coahuila in Northern Mexico where a chef, Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya made it for the first time in 1943 by using just Tortillas and Cheese for a group of soldier wives. Ever since, the snack/dish has evolved from the original recipe to the various modern day topping ranging from black, pinto or refried beans to pickles, olives, onions or lettuce.
This cheese sauce recipe is favoured above other nacho sauce recipes not only because it is smooth but also because of it never ending health benefits such as its calcium content which affects both bones and teeth; healthy weight gain and it’s also been known to aid in lowering blood pressure to healthy levels. It is also important to note it as a great source of protein and vitamin B12.
When making nacho cheese sauce, the cheese type means a great deal. You can use the traditional cheddar cheese and a host of others such as mozzarella cheese, cheese cud, Monterey cheese, Cotija, Oaxaca, Swiss and Provel cheese among several others. However, Irrespective of the nacho cheese sauce variety adopted, it takes only about five (5) to fifteen (15) minutes to prepare.
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