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Tue May 1, 2007
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How To Prepare: Layer your favorite cheese, "not white American, it burns" in large nonstick frying pan. Stir over med. heat like scrambled eggs till completely melted. Allow to brown lightly on one side then flip like pancake to lightly brown other side. After flipping you can sprinkle either small amount of taco or chili packet onto cheese and flip a second time for just a few seconds to cook flavor into cheese crunchies. Remove from pan to several layers of paper towels, "not Viva they stick." Allow to cool completely. Cut into strips, squares, or for us Dorito junkies triangles.

They are best served within 24hrs after cooking, but seem to keep well for days unrefrigerated. They are fantastic for those late evening munchies. I also keep them in my glovebox and desk at work and will often cook several batches at time to hold me through the week. They are my new addiction and Doritos would be hard pressed to say they are cheesier. I highly recommend using extra sharp white cheddar! It's the best!
Number of Servings: 10
Carbs per serving - include all nutritional information if known: no counts provided
Effort (Easy, Average, Difficult): Easy

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