You’ve seen it made tableside, now learn how to make it at home.
We were so happy with how the #BurgersOfTheDay turned out that we decided for the summer to offer all the burgers all day, every day. I know what you're thinking, a Mexican joint, doing burgers? We've added our 1511 twist to every one of these burgers. Some are topped with our signature Al Pastor Pork or our Barbacoa. We've got an amazing black bean burger as well as my personal favorite, El Diablo, complete with ghost pepper cheese. And every one is served with our Cantina fries and Chimmichurri aioli. Yum!
We've also added some great North Carolina beers to the list like Sugar Creek Pale Ale, and Catawba White Zombie. We still have the favorites, and back by popular demand at our Stonecrest location, we have the @BirdsongBrewing Jalapeno Pale Ale.
And it's just in time for #FathersDay too!
Here at Cantina 1511 we love trying new things. When we added burgers to the menu we received some great feedback, and some not so great feedback. At the time, we only had 3 burgers; the Knife and Fork Burger, the Chipotle Burger, and the Avocado Bacon Burger. We still have two of those, and we've recently added a Black and Blue Burger as well as the Burger of the Day.
We love the idea of a burger of the day. Burgers are one of those great lunch items that always satisfy. The Tuesday burger of the Day is the Black Bean Burger. After many weeks of testing and playing with the recipe, we finally were able to create the perfect Black Bean Burger. We've all had that one Black Bean Burger that either fell apart when you try to pick it up, or the one that was dry as a bone. Not this one.
Our signature Black Bean Burger is topped with pico de gallo, romaine lettuce, and slathered with our house made Chipotle Ranch dressing and then finished with fresh slices of avocado.
Happy National Nacho Day! Outside of National Margarita day, it’s fair to say National Nacho Day is a Cantina 1511 favorite. Our Extravagant Texas Chili features Slow cooked brisket, Guajillo chiles, Ancho chiles and roasted garlic. Garnished with Mexican crema, white onions and Tega Hills popcorn shoots. The chili is a main dish. Paired with our La Fiesta tortilla Chips and house made Chile con Queso Sauce, it’s the beginnings of amazing nachos.
Tips, Tricks, and Notes:
If you are in a hurry and don’t have time to wait for the oven to pre-heat. Heat up the Chile con Queso Sauce and Extravagant Texas Chili in the microwave.
Nachos are made to order so feel free to use more or less, based on your preferences and crowd size.
You can place all the toppings into individual bowls for a Build Your Own Extravagant Texas Chili Nachos.
All of the ingredients used in the Cantina 1511 Extravagant Texas Chili Nachos are available for pickup at your local Cantina 1511.
Texas Red Chili Brisket Nachos
Total Time: 12 min | Prep: 10 min | Cook: 2 min | Makes: Made To Order | Click PDF
Ingredients From Cantina 1511:
La Fiesta tortilla Chips
House Made Chile con Queso Sauce
Extravagant Texas Chili (drained and meat shredded)
Any other toppings you like on your nachos like:
Fresh pico de gallo
Black/Refried/Charro beans-use your own or pick up a side from us
Preheat your oven to broil.
Line a cookie sheet with parchment or tinfoil.
Place down a layer of chips.
Evenly distribute the brisket over the chips.
Put a layer of cheese to of hold everything together.
Next place a layer of beans and top with cheese (you can use ours, it’s a 5 cheese blend).
Broil for 1-2 minutes to melt the cheese.
Top with your favorite toppings.