Chicken Nachos, Brothers, Bloomington, IN

N.A.C.H.O:

N: 7 out of 10.  Brothers scored some originality points by seasoning their tortilla chips with a blend of seasoning that goes beyond salt. Other than the seasoning on the chips, toppings were evenly disbursed and pretty standard fare. One comment about lettuce being used as a topping – save it for the taco salad.

A: 7 out of 10. Nothing that put it over the top but presentation was solid.

C: 9 out of 10. Brothers used shredded cheese instead of queso which we here at Nachodudes find is key to chip stability.

H: 7 out of 10. Chicken was cooked perfectly, peppers added some heat and the seasoned chips brought it all together. Tasted great. I paired it with a Bell’s Amber (a personal favorite) and the combination of the two did not disappoint.

O: 7 out of 10. If you can’t tell from the other comments, this was a solid dish. Combine that with Indiana University holding a special place in the Nachodudes’ hearts and it is easy to score this experience as a good one. If you choose to sample Brothers’ nachos, remember to stay away from the chili version … Chili belongs in a bowl not on nachos.

Brothers, Bloomington, IN

By |2015-03-27T01:54:17+00:00March 24th, 2015|Nachos|1 Comment

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NachoDudes is a network of individuals who love the finer things in life, namely beer and nachos. The founders of and original NachoDudes, Alex and Kyle, met on the first day of law school in 1998. Within minutes, the Dudes quickly realized they shared a passion for cold beer, IU basketball, and of course nachos.

One Comment

  1. ChipChip March 7, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    This sounds Great! Not being a beef fan, it’s great to see a review on a Chicken Nacho.

    You’re really smart to mention shredded vs. queso, helping to keep the chips crisp. Great hint.

    Can’t wait for my next trip to Indiana to try these out!

    Keep on munching those nachos.

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