Philly Cheesesteak Nachos are all the traditional flavors of a delicious Philly Cheesesteak served hot on a bed of crunchy nachos. This post is sponsored by Ricos. All views expressed are that of my own. #RicosCheesePlease
Cheese is a food that I could not live without. It makes me smile and seems to add the perfect flavor to just about any meal. In fact, we love cheese so much that we probably incorporate it into every meal we make just because cheese does make everything better.
One of my favorite styles of cheese happens to be nacho cheese. I guess you could say cheese is my favorite meal, but nachos are my favorite snack! I just love ooey, gooey queso, cheese sauce, dip–you name it, I love it!
When a friend told me how delicious Ricos Cheese sauce was I was like really? I am so game! Then she was like I know this might be odd, but it is in a can. I was like seriously? I never heard of this cheese! But, when she told me she found it at Walmart I added it to my shopping list and the rest was history!
Flash forward to today, and Ricos Cheese sauce makes a regular appearance on my weekly menu! The best part is Ricos makes so many different varieties that I love! But, since our kiddos are not into spicy foods *yet* we have been really loving the Ricos Gourmet Nacho Cheese Sauce.
This sauce contains no hydrogenated oils, or trans fat, and features a really mild blend of spices. I love that you can heat it right out of the can and serve it as a dip, ingredient, or topping.
We have already enjoyed it on homemade Philly Cheesesteaks so I thought–why not make The Best Philly Cheesesteak Nachos?
These nachos are perfect for game day or the holiday season! Guests will love how the thinly shaved, perfectly spiced steak melts in their mouth with the sweet onion, tasty cheese, and crunch of Ricos Nacho Chips.
This recipe got 5 sets of thumbs up from our whole family–so you know it is good!!!
You can totally appetize your guests with these Philly Steak & Cheese Nachos.
Of course, these are best served warm, but thankfully they take under 20 minutes to make!
Just seeing these pics makes me want to reach through the screen and grab a chip or ten!!
I have to say, Ricos Gourmet Nacho Cheese Sauce really “made” these nachos! I have tried them in the past with block and shredded cheese, but the cheese got too hard, too fast! Ricos was so stinking perfect!!!
You have got to try it the next time you head to Walmart! I found mine in the chip and popcorn aisle towards the bottom shelf!!! There were so many cans freshly missing so you know this is a special gem!!
Try it and let me know what you think below!
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Philly Cheesesteak Nachos Recipe- You Gotta Try!
- 12 oz Ricos Nacho Chips
- 1 can Ricos Gourmet Cheese sauce
- 1 large 1 large sweet onion sliced into thin rings
- 1 tbsp evoo
- 1 lb thinly shaved sirloin steak
- 1 tsp steak seasoning
- In a large skillet, heat oil and pan fry steak with onion and seasoning until just browned (about 5 mins over med. heat -you don’t want to dry it out because it bakes too!)
- Prepare a cast iron pan with chips With a spoon top chips generously with Ricos Gourmet Cheese sauce Top with steak and more cheese.
- Bake for 10 minutes at 350 f.
- Enjoy warm!
Seriously buying stuff to make this over the weekend. This sounds like an amazing recipe. I can’t wait to try it.
Until recently I didn’t know that philly cheesesteak had cheddar type cheese on it. I always assumed it was provalone.
Two of my favorite foods combined into nachos? I’m down for that! This looks good!
Toni | Boulder Locavore says
This looks really delicious! A sure hit in my house!
Such a perfect party food! My guests will devour these in minutes!
I need to look for that cheese – I make nachos ALLLL the time and melt shredded cheese but it just isn’t the same.
Yum, those look amazing! I’ve never had nachos like these before. I’m interested in giving these a try.
Kerrie Mendoza says
Now this I have to try! I love the idea of Philly Cheese Steak, instead of traditional nacho cheese.
Those look so good! This is the best nacho recipe I’ve ever seen! I can’t wait to make these for our next game day.
This might not be all that Thanksgiving like but I think I might make this for Thanksgiving as an appetizer. It looks delicious and I know that everybody will love it.
This is an interesting twist on nachos! I love everything about it! It looks so delicious!
Hi Julie, I bought it like this from the meat counter.
How did you shave your steak so thin?