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Judy's Nacho Salad


  • white corn tortilla chips
  • spinach or Spring Mix
  • black beans
  • Jim's Homemade Salsa from Jim's Foodmart (or substitute your own homemade or deli salsa)
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  • shredded colby/jack chunk cheese
  • 1/2 avocado sliced
  • fresh cilantro
  • regular sour cream


Lay whole chips on a plate(s). Fill in cracks with broken chips. Layer fresh spinach or spring mix over chips. Spread black beans over spinach, then salsa. Next top with fresh cilantro and avocado slices. Top with shredded cheese to your liking. Put one plate in microwave for 60 seconds, depending on food density and microwave variances. Top with as much sour cream as you like.

Source: I made this up myself. It's great for lunches, very healthy too. You can add or delete ingredients to your own liking. You could use baked chips or lowfat sour cream and cheese if you want, but I never do. I make if often when I eat by myself. You can have a luncheon with friends or family meal and prepare plates smorgasbord style. Enjoy!


By Judy from Houghton, MI

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