Sheet Pan Blackened Fish Nachos

Perfect family style snack or for us, dinner!

Ingredients:

-1 lb white fish, we love haddock!

-Fresh yellow corn tortilla chips, restaurant style

-1/2 tsp roasted garlic powder

-1/4 tsp smoked paprika

-1/2 tsp dried oregano

-1/2 tsp cumin

-4 oz Colby cheese, shredded

-4 oz sharp cheddar, shredded

-4 oz can green chilis

-1/2 cup frozen corn, thawed

-1 can no sodium black beans, drained and rinsed

-1 tomato, seeds removed, and diced,

-1/2 head romain, shredded

Chipotle Crema Ingredients : 1/2 cup sour cream, 1/2 lime- juiced, 1.5 tbsp sauce from chipotle in adobo sauce, blend together with emulsion blender or regular blender

Directions:

– Season your haddock: sprinkle both sides of fish with the roasted garlic powder, smoked paprika, salt, pepper, oregano, and cumin

– I cooked my fish in a cast iron on my stove top in olive oil for about 5 minutes per side then broke it up into fairly large bite size chunks. Use your fork for this- you want it looking like big flakes not perfect cubes

-Lets talk tortilla chips, this is the star of the show here so pick your favorite! I used fresh corn tortillas. Fill up your pan (I used a cookie baking sheet pan, but use whatever oven safe pan want!) in an even layer. This is important so each bite gets all the goodness – Top your layer of tortilla chips with all the cheese and evenly place green chilis, beans, corn, and blackened fish

– Bake @ 425 degrees for like 5 minutes (keep a close eye so chips so they don’t burn and cheese doesn’t get too “sizzled”. Everything on the nachos are cooked so we really are just looking to melt the cheese

-Add diced tomatoes and shredded romain

-Top with remaining half of lime juice squeezed over the top and drizzle over your crema 

**Side note-Go crazy with your toppings! I just used what I had on hand, but feel free to substitute a preferred cheese, or bean, or even a different meat! Nachos are meant to be easy, fun, and flavorful so make them to your liking! You could add scallions, cilantro and avocado too for a real pop of flavor ! 

From my happy & healthy belly to yours,

Kate

Published by katesdirtyapron

Hi, folks! I'm Kate. I'm a home cook who has been inspired by generations of women who have provided quality and comforting dishes to our family since before I can remember. I am fortunate enough to come from a family of creative and talented women who can all cook like there's no tomorrow! Growing up in so many fantastic kitchens brought me to appreciate not only good-tasting food, but all the complexities of it as well. From texture, to color, to spices and unique flavors, to freshness and appreciation for home-grown and locally farmed produce, I have learned you can’t go wrong with making food that’s simple and colorful. I’m excited to share with you my creative creations inspired by my passion for wholesome foods that nourish the mind, body and soul. Let my yummy recipes inspire you to get your hands, counters, floors, and of course your aprons dirty! I make healthy, yet comforting recipes that are sure to satisfy any salty, sweet, or crunchy craving you may have. Let’s put on our favorite aprons, and get out our stain sticks friends. It’s time to cook!

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