How to make campsite nachos

Looking for an easy recipe for nachos to use on your next camping trip? Sally’s got a tasty list of ingredients and quick recipe below!

250 grams beef mince
1 red onion, peeled and diced
1 tsp each ground cumin, dried oregano, paprika (or 1 tbsp taco seasoning)
2 x 175-gram packs of corn chips
2-3 cups grated cheddar cheese

Corn salsa: 
400 grams corn kernels, drained
2 ripe tomatoes, diced
Bottled Mexican salsa

2 ripe avocados
250 grams of sour cream
Lemon or lime juice

How to make campsite nachos 

  • Cook beef mince, half of the diced onion and spices on a hot bbq plate until well browned.
  • Empty 1 packet of corn chips into a foil tray and top with half of the beef mince and half of the cheese.
  • Top with remaining chips, mince and cheese.
  • Place tray onto a medium-hot bbq plate and close lid.
  • Heat nachos to warm chips and melt cheese.
  • Meanwhile, combine corn, tomato and 2-3 tbsp salsa; set aside.
  • Mash avocados and mix with a few tablespoons of sour cream, a tbsp of salsa and lime juice.
  • Turn off bbq when cheese has melted, and scatter corn salsa and dollop guacamole all over nachos.
  • Offer extra corn salsa, bottled salsa and sour cream, and invite everyone to dig into nachos straight from foil dish on bbq.
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