Wolf Brand Chili's Cowboy Nachos a Good Choice for Super Bowl Sunday

One food that will be seen in lots of places across the nation today, on Super Bowl Sunday, is nachos. Here is an easy nachos recipe using Wolf Brand Chili, which got its start right here in the Upper East Side of Texas.

Click the link below this recipe for County Line Magazine’s recent article about Wolf Brand Chili’s start 125 years ago in Corsicana.

Cowboy Nachos

Zesty nachos with a hearty flavor big enough to be a meal


   1 can (15 oz each) Wolf® Brand Chili No Beans

   1 can (15 oz each) Ranch Style® Beans, undrained

   1 bag (10 oz each) tortilla chips

   1-1/2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese

   1 can (10 oz each) Ro*Tel® Original Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies, drainedGuacamole, sour cream, sliced ripe olives or sliced green onions, optional


   1.  Combine chili and undrained beans in medium saucepan; heat until hot.

   2.  Arrange tortilla chips on large platter. Top with chili mixture; sprinkle with cheese.

   3.  Top with drained tomatoes and additional toppings, such as guacamole, sour cream, sliced ripe olives or sliced green onions, if desired.

Tip:  For a different variation, use corn chips instead of tortilla chips.

Nutrition Information:  407 calories, 38g Carbs

Click here to see recent article about Wolf Brand Chili's start in Corsicana in 1895:  http://www.countylinemagazine.com/January-February-2020/Well-Its-Been-Too-Long-for-125-Years/

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