In my latest favorites post the other day, you got a sneak peak at our meal the other night but I knew it needed its own post.
I mean…it’s not every day we come up with such fun dinner ideas!
But as we were sitting at the table eating dinner, I looked over to Nick’s plate and saw just a pile of cut-up pitas, blobs of hummus, and ground turkey. He had already finished his salad and was working on the rest – but I swore it looked like a big plate of nachos, just without the nasty liquid nacho cheese sauce.
So, instead of just reheating the leftovers the next night and having the same exact meal – we turned them into Greek Nachos.
And it was one of our best ideas ever.
For the “nachos”, we layered:
- cut up whole wheat pitas (we just crisped them up in a pan with some oil, but you could toast them, too)
- spiced ground turkey
- red onion
- kalamata and green olives
- olive oil and balsamic
I loved eating this dinner – it was so much fun to have "nachos” that tasted completely different than what you would expect.
Plus, we still got in a few servings of veggies and it was a new way to use up leftovers.
I wonder how many different variations of nachos we could come up with…Italian? Thai?
The options are endless!
If you could make your PERFECT version of nachos, what would it be?