#SundaySupper: No Labor Recipes

Yesterday marked the start of football season and today’s recipe comes to you straight from Auburn.

I was going to share this recipe with you yesterday, but when I saw that today’s Sunday Supper theme was “No Labor” recipes I knew it fit in perfectly. Because what could involve less labor than two ingredients and a microwave?! I’m not even making any dishes either! Thank you to the Sunday Supper Movement for hosting today’s event.

There is a restaurant called Momma Goldberg’s Deli right next to campus that has been open since 1976. What makes this deli unique is that their sandwiches are steamed! (Never in my wildest dreams would I attempt to recreate one of their deli sandwiches at home.) In 2007 Momma G’s became a franchise and has now expanded to 26 additional locations across 4 states.

Momma Goldberg's Deli on S College

If you find yourself at a Momma G’s establishment, you must get an order of Momma’s Nachos. (And don’t forget to order a beverage for your souvenir cup – we have quite the collection from their various locations.) Or, you could make them at home like I did. Only problem is that I don’t have their fancy steamers and used the microwave. While still deliciously simple and the perfect tailgating food, the cheese didn’t melt into the chips the same way Momma’s does.

Copy Cat: Momma’s Nachos

Ingredients:

  • nacho cheese Doritos chips
  • slices of pepper jack cheese
  • jalapenos (optional)

Steps:

  1. Place chips on a paper plate. Place slices of cheese over top. Add jalapenos if using.
  2. Microwave 5-10 seconds – keep on eye on it, as cheese melts quickly!

Copy Cat Momma's Nachos for #SundaySupper from Sew You Think You Can Cook Two ingredients and 10 seconds for the ultimate tailgating snack

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23 thoughts on “#SundaySupper: No Labor Recipes

  1. We love nachos for something quick! My husband piles them high with jalapenos but he is crazy like that. I get one little slice of pepper and I am all set for a whole plate! Haha! The microwave makes these so quick and easy don’t they? Yum!

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