National Nachos Day is celebrated on November 6 of every year. It is a tortilla chip that covers with nacho cheese or other melted cheese and served with salsa. Celebrate a National Nachos Day by making the ultimate nachos. We’re thinking a platter of chips, nacho cheese, carnitas, mozzarella sticks, Buffalo wings, queso from Bar Ama downtown, quesadillas, taquitos, hot peppers, jalapeños, bacon guacamole, fried kale for some color, and a grilled rib-eye steak.
“He was chugging brown pop from a can Jack had handed him while he stuffed nacho cheese Doritos in his face. I was glad to see he looked lots better, almost completely like himself, which proves Doritos and brown pop really are health foods.” – P. C. Cast
History of National Nachos Day
First created sometime around 1943, the popular and loved nachos are of Mexican origin. Nachos can be made quickly and served as a snack, an appetizer or prepared with extra ingredients as a full meal. The original recipe is printed in the 1954 St. Anne’s Cookbook. In 1943, when the wives of some American soldiers assigned nearby came into his restaurant, the maitre d’hotel, a name was Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya, had to make them something to eat. The problem was that is evening, and already a few minutes past closing time, so Ignacio didn’t have enough ingredients removed to make any real, full dish—all he had were tortillas, shredded cheese, and some pickled jalapeno peppers.
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How to Celebrate National Nachos Day
Celebrate National Nachos Day is very simple and easy to remember. Just make nachos of your own and share with your family members and friends. Nachos with a plenty of toppings are often called loaded nachos, visit your nearby restaurants and enjoy the taste of Nachos with your friends or family members. Don’t forget to take pictures while eating Nachos and share those images with others in social media’s by using the hashtag #NationalNachosDay or #NachosDay.