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Guy Fieri made Nachos in a Trash Can

Guy Fieri made Nachos in a Trash Can


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It was the Food Network star’s contribution to the lineup of live cooking demonstrations

It was a clean trash can, obviously.

During the 2015 South Beach Wine & Food Festival, Drake’s favorite food celebrity and Flavortown founder Guy Fieri chose to incorporate a trash can in one of his live cooking demonstrations, and Food Network has a whole gallery of pictures dedicated to it.

Fieri used the trash can to make “the cheesiest, meatiest nachos ever,” and chose that particular vessel because, as Food Network told First We Feast, “It was the only container large enough to hold his super-layered snack — so large, in fact, that when it came time to serve the nachos, Guy needed a few friends’ help to flip the can over.”

To no one’s surprise, Guy’s presentation turned out to be “a lot larger than most,” but he still managed to top it with some more stuff: “jalapeños, refreshing salsa, and even more shredded cheese.”

Seriously, though, don’t just take our word for it — you really need to see the Food Network’s slideshow of this blessed event.


Trash Can Nachos

A plate of nachos is great. but a TOWER of nachos is literally next level. Impress your game day guests by serving up this cheesy, spicy, full-of-flavor app that's made for sharing. It's inspired by Guy Fieri, so you know it's gonna be good.

(Link to where to buy a massive 110-oz. can below!)

jalapeño, seeded and minced

Freshly ground black pepper

Freshly ground black pepper

Freshly ground black pepper

(12-oz.) bag thick tortilla chips

(15.5-oz.) can black beans, rinsed and drained

  1. In a medium bowl, combine tomatoes, onion, jalapeño, cilantro, and lime juice. Season with salt and pepper.
  1. In a large skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add the ground beef and season with salt and pepper. Cook, stirring occasionally, until no pink remains, about 6 minutes. Drain excess fat, then add garlic, cumin, paprika, and Cholula hot sauce, and cook, stirring until fragrant, about 1 minute more. Remove from the heat and set aside.
  1. In a medium pot, melt butter over medium heat. Add flour and stir, 1 minute. Slowly whisk in milk, then continue to cook over medium, stirring constantly until thickened, about 6 minutes. Remove from the heat and stir in Cholula hot sauce and cheddar. Season with salt and pepper.
  1. Set aside ½ cup of the pico de gallo, ½ cup of the shredded cheese, and ½ cup of the sour cream, for garnishing the nachos.
  2. In the bottom of a 110-oz. tin can, spread a thin layer of cheese sauce. Using a ¼ of the tortilla chips, make an even layer of chips over the cheese sauce. Top with ⅓ of the remaining cheese sauce, ⅓ of the cooked beef, ⅓ of the black beans, ⅓ of the shredded cheese, ⅓ of the remaining pico de gallo, and ⅓ of the remaining sour cream. Drizzle with Cholula.
  3. Repeat layering the chips, cheese sauce, beef, black beans, remaining shredded cheese, pico de gallo, sour cream, and Cholula two more times. Layer the remaining nacho chips on top.
  4. Place a dinner plate on top of the can and carefully flip over and slowly remove the tin from the nachos, leaving a nacho tower behind. Top the nacho tower with the reserved sour cream, pico de gallo, and shredded cheese. Drizzle with Cholula before serving.

If you don't want to buy a super-large can, you can also use a springform pan. Your tower won't be as tall, but it'll still be AMAZING.


Getting the goods

First things first: Let's talk about how you get all those ingredients delivered to your doorstep. The complete Trash Can Nachos kit comes with the following edible items, along with a "trash can" that's beautifully adorned with an authentic Guy Fieri Trash Can Nachos sticker.

Guy's Super Melty Cheese (SMC) sauce

Smoked BBQ brisket or pulled pork (depending on your order)

Everything listed above is shipped to your home in a single box, with perishable items sealed in a temperature-regulated bag with two ice packs. As you may notice, Goldbelly's website clearly states that items "may thaw in transit," so I'd be lying if I said I wasn't absolutely terrified to consume that bagged brisket with nothing but a little ice pack to keep it cold, but as you can see I ate the cubed mail meat and lived to tell the tale.

Once your food arrives, it's important to be mindful of the best used by dates and plan your nacho night accordingly. The tortilla chips can be kept at room temperature for five days, while the remaining ingredients will stay stay fresh in the fridge for a week. As for the brisket, Goldbelly suggests storing it in the fridge and using it within two to three days of receiving, though the meat can also be frozen for up to two months.


Guy's BBQ Trash Can Nachos

Ladies and gentlemen, The Mayor of Flavortown has entered the building! The man, the myth, the legend: Guy Fieri. The world-famous host of Food Network’s insanely popular “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” has traveled the country, searching far and wide for its most insanely delicious eats, so you know that when he sets out to create his own ultimate comfort food he’s going to knock it out of the park. And folks, his signature Trash Can Nachos are a grand slam.

This towering stack of deliciousness starts (of course) with crispy tortilla chips and cheddar. But what do you get when you pile on Guy’s Super Melty Cheese Sauce, Guy’s Signature BBQ Sauce, black beans, pico de gallo, jalapenos, sour cream, cilantro, and pickled red onions? A pile of nachos that’s completely off the chain, is what!

Each order of Guy’s BBQ Trash Can Nachos Kit includes:

  • 1 “Trash Can Nacho” Can
  • Tortilla Chips
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • Guy’s SMC (Super Melty Cheese) Cheese Sauce
  • Black Beans
  • 1 bottle of Guy’s Signature BBQ Sauce (19 oz.)
  • Pico De Gallo
  • Jalapenos
  • Sour Cream
  • Cilantro Sprigs
  • Pickled Red Onions
  • Choose to add a Caliente Margaritas for 6

Please be aware that some chips may break during transit- this is planned for by adding additional chips into the bag. Don’t worry, you’ll have more than enough to create your own towering cheesy masterpiece!

Caliente Margaritas Kit Add-On Includes

  • 3 bottles of Caliente Margarita Mix (each 8 oz.)
  • 1 Lime
  • Cilantro
  • 1 Jalapeno
  • Spicy Rojo Rim Salt (3 oz.)

You Will Need At Home

  • Tortilla Chips
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • Blended cheese sauce
  • Black Beans
  • BBQ Sauce
  • Pico De Gallo
  • Jalapeno
  • Sour Cream
  • Cilantro
  • Red Onions
  • This kit ships with ice packs, may thaw in transit
  • Upon arrival
    • Chips may be kept at room temp for 5 days
    • Remaining ingredients may be kept in the fridge for 1 week

    Please be aware that some chips may break during transit- this is planned for by adding additional chips into the bag. Don’t worry, you’ll have more than enough to create your own towering cheesy masterpiece!


    Guy Fieri Made A Mound Of Nachos In A Trash Can Because Guy Fieri Is Nothing If Not An Everyman

    You, casual dude of the world, who cares not for pomp or pretension or any of the vestigial behaviors imparted upon us by our British imperial past, a man who knows nothing of summering on the Cape or the difference between chinos or khakis, what is your preferred method of consuming nachos?

    A plate? A bowl? A baking sheet? Those work. Sure.

    What if I said a trash can? Would you balk? No, you would not balk. Why are I even talking baseball right now when there’s nachos to be eaten, you would ask. You would shrug, mouth some words like “nachos a nacho” and dig into a trash can heaping with chips, cheese, salsa, guac, ground beef and jalapenos.

    For you are a chill brah. You know who gets you? Guy Fieri gets you. And you get Guy Fieri. And you get trash can nachos because trash can nachos are the definition ain’t don’t care.

    At the South Beach Food & Wine Festival, Guy Fieri made some nachos in a trash can.

    From Food Network: “Guy used not one or two but a whopping three kinds of cheese to make his ultra rich queso. He reminded fans that it is important to opt for shredded cheese instead of chopped blocks, as the shredded stuff will break down easily and become part of the sauce more quickly.”

    Here’s the greatest photo in American history.

    I love everything about that picture and can die never seeing another photograph.


    Guy Fieri’s 7 Best Recipes for a Super Game Day Party

    Dragons breath chili served with fries and topped with cheese and green onion.

    Photo by: Marshall Troy ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

    Marshall Troy, 2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

    On Monday we shared the news that for the first time ever, Guy Fieri is bringing four of his best chef pals to Miami to host Guy’s Big Game Live, just in time for Super Bowl weekend. It’s happening this Friday night @ 8|7c on the Food Network Kitchen app, and we’ve got everything you need to know right here. (Download the app and sign up today so you can join the class on Friday!) But until then, we’ve got Guy’s best-of-the-best picks for football fans, from a spicy chili served atop fries to sweet and “craisy” oatmeal cookies. Read on below for our favorite bites.

    With a glowing five-star rating from fans, Guy’s meaty chili gets its firey kick from a trio of chiles, plus a heaping helping of cayenne. He turns his hearty mixture into a meal by serving it atop golden fries. (PS: If you’ve never tried his double-fry method, you’re in for a treat!)


    Gathering the sacred ingredients

    To kick things off I unpacked the grilled cheese ingredients, which had conveniently arrived on my doorstep earlier that morning.

    All the ingredients to make Guy Fieri's Ultimate Mac 'n Cheese Grilled Cheese.

    If you're looking to recreate this sandwich, here's what the recipe calls for:

    1 package of King's Hawaiian Sliced Sweet Bread

    4 slices of provolone cheese

    1 pound of loose Italian sausage

    1.5 cups of mac and cheese

    To make the mac and cheese from scratch, however, you'll also need the following ingredients:

    1 cup of American cheese, cubed

    ½ cup provolone cheese, shredded

    ½ cup cheddar cheese, shredded

    ½ cup smoked gouda, rind peeled and shredded

    1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

    1.5 quarts of cooked elbow macaroni (1 pound dry pasta)

    Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper


    The nachos didn't stay perfectly in the pot form, but it was still impressive

    Next time I will definitely start with a layer of cheese, though I ended up pouring more over the top of my nachos. I also added more garnishes, like cilantro and red onion.

    To finish the plate, I added some lime wedges for color and eventually ate the dish with radishes, avocado, and extra jalapenos.

    It didn't look like the prettiest dish in the world, but the toppings seemed evenly distributed throughout the chips.


    The nachos were absolutely delicious, and I would totally make them again

    The carne asada was extremely flavorful and had an excellent zest to it thanks to the lime and grilled garlic bits that I had scraped off of my pan.

    I would definitely make this again.
    Chelsea Davis for Insider

    The SMC was my favorite part of the nachos. It was so flavorful and packed with all the goodness of cheese and spices that really made this dish so addictive.

    The cumin was a wonderful touch in flavor that was unexpected but tasted fantastic in the queso. I’ll be adding cumin to every queso I make from now on.

    The black beans were also extremely flavorful yet didn’t distract from the rest of the layers of flavor complexity.

    Although normally I’d have just heated up a can of preseasoned beans, the simplicity of onion, garlic, salt, and oregano was perfect combined with the flavorful queso. The steak was excellently seasoned – I loved the lime flavor.

    I ate about a fourth of the Trash Can Nachos myself so next time I’d double all of the ingredients except for the chips.

    These nachos were perfect all around and I’ll definitely be making these again.


    Watch the video: We Tried Guy Fieris Trashcan Nachos. We Tried It.


Comments:

  1. Ogilvie

    You are obviously wrong

  2. Adham

    On your place I would not do it.

  3. Su'ud

    I apologize for interfering ... I am aware of this situation. One can discuss.

  4. Edgardo

    Yes that's right

  5. Yoel

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