Step 4: Garnish Ingredients and Nacho construction:

Ingredients you'll need:
  • 1-2 cups Swiss Cheese- grated
  • Sour Cream
  • Dried Tarragon Leaves
Begin building your Swedish Nachos:
  1. Layer several Noodle Chips in the bottom on a bowl.
  2. Spoon on a little gravy.
  3. Add several more Noodle Chips.
  4. Spoon ample gravy with meatballs on next. (lots of meatballs, but try not to get greedy! ;-)
  5. Sprinkle the Swiss Cheese generously over the meatballs & gravy, then microwave for 30 seconds or until it starts to melt.
  6. Sprinkle with Tarragon.
  7. Add a big dollop of Sour Cream 
Serve! I hope you enjoy this as much as we did. ;-)
<p>I just watched an episode of NCIS Los Angeles where they they served &quot;Swedish Nachos&quot; and it got me curious so I had to google for it. As an actual Swede I happen to know that there's no such thing as &quot;Swedish Nachos&quot; and felt slightly offended by it, since they made fun of them in the series.</p><p>Firstly, I'm sorry but I really don't think this is proper Swedish Meatballs. You'd never have Non-fat Dry Milk in meatballs in Sweden, you'd have real cream. Secondly you'd use garden onion not red onion. Here's an example of good meatballs: http://www.arla.se/recept/kottbullar/ try them out, I promise you'll like prefer them over the version with Non-fat Dry Milk.</p><p>Thirdly, there's no such thing as &quot;Swedish Nachos&quot;. At least not in Sweden. http://www.tasteline.com/ReceptSok/nachos is one of the larger recipe sites in Swedish and there's no combination of nachos and meatballs.</p><p>While I'm sure this is tasty I just don't get where the name comes from?</p>
So tasty.
Love this! You have so many great ideas! Thanks for sharing.

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