I love spicy foods! I haven’t always, to be honest, but in the last few years I have acquired a taste for that sharp, delicious flavor that makes my eyes water! Maybe it is because the serving mac and cheese and carrots phase of my children’s childhood has finally passed. Maybe it is because I just decided to add a little more flavor to recipes. Either way, I have been turning my regular recipes into spicier versions with great success! One side effect to kicking them up a notch, though, is heartburn! I started to experience it when I was pregnant with my girls but now feel it when I have food that I have taken to another level. There are 24-hour heartburn products that have helped tame the pain of heartburn. I have taken my foods back to the spicier version and am satisfying my cravings for that kick once again! Like my Easy Spicy Slow Cooker Nachos Recipe! I have a toned down version but this one takes the flavor to a whole new level!
Now let’s talk about these amazing nachos that you will want to make tonight!
- 3 lb bottom round roast
- 2 tsp garlic powder
- 2 tsp Cajun seasoning
- 2 tsp oregano
- 2 tsp paparika
- 1 tsp pepper
- 1 tsp crushed red pepper flakes (optional for more spice)
- 1 can beef broth
- Pita chips
- Blended cheese
- Spray your slow cooker with non stick spray. In a bowl, add the garlic powder, Cajun seasoning, oregano, paparika, pepper and crushed red pepper and stir together. Rub all over the bottom round roast. Place is slow cooker and add a can of beef broth. Cook on HIGH for 5 hours, LOW for 8 hours.
- Using two forks, shred in the juices.
- Lay on top of pita chips. Add cheese and bake in a 350 oven for 15 minutes. Garnish with tomato and guacamole.
I love to use pita chips instead of tortilla chips for nachos. They hold up better, don’t get soggy and have that little salt flavor that takes nacho toppings over the top!
The kids, friends and anyone else who loves flavorful foods will LOVE these nachos!
Use this same meat and rub for tacos, burritos and added into eggs! Your taste buds will thank you!
How are you spicing up your recipes?