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Recipe: Supreme Nachos

Today I'm going to show you a super-easy, super-delicious recipe: Supreme Nachos!

This is by far one of the easiest recipes in my repertoire - something I turn to when I'm tired and/or lazy yet still want something substantial. It's actually loosely based on the nacho plate at Rogers Park's Heartland Cafe although upon looking at their current menu, I don't see their nacho plate.

What you need: 

One large chicken breast (about 1/2 lb.) OnionTaco seasoningTortilla chips (I used Donkey Chips)Hearty, leafy Mesculin lettuce mix - loose at my grocery store1 can of beans (I prefer pinto, but black beans are good too)1 lime for wedges, serving Taco sauceOlive oil for cookingPico de galloMexican crumbling cheese (or any shredded cheese is fine)

  1.) First, slice up the onion, chicken. I tend to dice mine, but any style will work. It's important to cut veggies first since raw meat can infect your vegetables. I suppose because you're cooking the onion it's fine bu…