3 October 2013

Rye nachos


I bought such lovely sesame and sea salt rye nachos in Finland and combined them with some char-grilled vegetables, cheese and sauces. Any nachos are great with some extra veg, but these rye variations are especially tasty and filling. They are like thin rye bread crisps.


Here's how I made this nacho dish.

Tomato sauce:

200g tomatoes
1 garlic clove
1 small onion
Olive oil
Fresh basil
Black pepper
Salt

The tomatoes for this sauce came from my own garden, and it's quite a basic sauce. Chop the onion and garlic and fry them in olive oil. Add the tomatoes and let it simmer. Season the sauce with basil, pepper and salt and finally puree it. This sauce can be served either warm or cold, whichever you prefer.



Green pepper butter:

1 green bell pepper
Parsley
Chili flakes
Black pepper
50g butter

This was a quite nice addition to the nachos and especially melted over the char-grilled corn cob that I served with the nachos.

Chop the pepper very finely and mix it with parsley, chili flakes, black pepper and soft butter. Done!


Nachos:

1 bag of sesame and sea salt rye nachos (or other nachos or rye crisps)
1 red bell pepper
1 small zucchini
½ onion
Oltermanni and Emmental cheese (other cheeses can be used)
1 Corn cob on the side
Vegetable oil for grilling

Quarter the bell pepper and slice the zucchini. Cut rings of the onion. Char-grill these and the pre-boiled corn cob.

Place the pepper, zucchini and onion rings on the nachos into an oven dish. Grate cheese on them and bake at 180C for about 10 minutes until the cheese is melted and the nachos warmed through.




Serve with the sauces at a film night or a party or just give yourself a treat and enjoy!

Your VegHog


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