I always crave nachos this time of year. It must be because my tummy knows that the big game is around the corner and a warm, spicy, and cheesy dish is what I want.
Frozen shrimp from Kroger is the go-to seafood in our household and I wanted to incorporate it into our Super Bowl menu. Making shrimp at home is simple and quick. After I peeled and deveined the shrimp I sprinkled them with salt and pepper, then drizzled them with fresh lime juice.
After I cooked the shrimp I slow simmered them in a spicy sauce made with dried California chiles. The sauce is similar to a rustic and spicy enchilada sauce.
This spicy shrimp dish is called Camarones a La Diabla (Deviled Shrimp) and is a Mexican dish usually served as a main meal along with a side of white rice, but I decided to incorporate this spicy shrimp dish onto nachos. If serving this dish to children you might want to make a separate batch with the addition of tomato sauce to mellow out the heat.
Once the shrimp is cooked then its time to have fun making nachos. I have small sheet pans, which are perfect for two servings. If you are hosting Super Bowl make the Camarones a La Diabla and set up a nacho bar with a variety of toppings for your guests to assemble their own nachos.
Loaded nachos are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser! Simply layer your toppings, bake onto a sheet pan and serve. Voila!
Camarones a la Diabla Nachos
Make camarones a la diabla and set up a nacho bar with a variety of toppings for your guests to assemble their own nachos.
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