I was looking for a a Mexican recipe to make for an upcoming group camping trip for a large crowd (will have to triple or quadruple it). This seemed to fit the bill. I wanted to try it out beforehand. I had some leftover frozen pulled pork that I need to use up, so I decided to make this recipe, but sub the pork. Otherwise, I followed the recipe, and it came out delicious. The sweet, smoky flavor from the chipotle chili and the brown sugar really stand out. This is a simple, yet satisfying meal that was easy to prepare in my home kitchen, and should be equally as easy at camp. I also like the idea that you could use any combination of condiments to enhance the meal.
Chicken Enchilada Nacho Bowls
AuntieP Posted: 08/08/11
kfckfc Posted: 08/15/11
made a double batch for a camping trip this weekend - got rave reviews from all. super easy - made it at home, brought whole pot to camp, heated on grill - effortless.
pagosadeb Posted: 10/06/11
This recipe was wonderful! We had it the next day and my husband wanted it again the third day! I said no to that, but we loved it! Used some sour cream on top with some spicy guacamole and salsa and it was very yummy! Will definitely make this again......it's quick, easy and filling!
leighway Posted: 01/08/12
So simple, fast and delicious!!! Be sure to use the brown sugar. It's the key to the whole dish. I also used the chicken mixture as filling in an omelet and added cheese to melt. Outstanding.
LaurieinWI Posted: 09/26/12
Easy and tasty
teafortwo Posted: 09/08/14
I first made this for a camping trip because it's an easy make ahead dish and freezes well. It was HUGE success! Everyone loved it. The second time I doubled it for a group of people and again it got rave reviews. There were no left overs. I put avocado, olives, green onion, tomatoes, cilantro, cheese and sour cream in bowls to customize the nachos. I made Trader Joe's Chimichurri rice as a side (both camping and for the crowd) some people added into their bowls. Great combination!