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Chili Cheese Totchos

Had to use the rest of the tater crowns from a previous cook and had some leftover chili that needed to be used as well. I thought, why not make some totchos! Loaded with chili, cheese, ranch dressing, and jalapenos, these things would be a crowd pleaser!


1/2 bag tater crowns

1 1/2 cup Chili

2 bags Cheese (I used Colby jack and cheddar)


1 cup Sour Cream

1/2 cup Ranch Dressing

1 tbsp Lawry's Seasoning


1. Preheat griddle to med med/low. Put your chili in a small pan and put on griddle to warm up. Put down some olive oil. Add tater crowns to the oil and make sure all are touching the griddle top. Cook for 4-5 minutes and flip. Add some Lowry's seasoning to taste and cook another 4-5 minutes. 

2. When tater crowns are crunchy, move them to one side of the griddle and get ready to buils. Take a 5" cast iron skillet and put on griddle. Add 1/2 the tater crowns and then add 1/2 the Colby and the Monterey jack cheese followed by 1/2 the ranch dressing and 1/2 the chili. Add the rest of the tater rounds and repeat the layers with cheese, ranch and chili. 

3. Add some water to griddle and cover the totchos with a dome to melt the cheese. After 1-2 minutes of steam, they are ready. 

4. Add some sour cream on top with jalapenos and garnish with green onion.

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