Anyone who loves good-tasting food definitely has nachos in their list of favorite mouth-watering grubs. Who wouldn't? It has those crunchy chips, meat, onions, tomatoes, pepper, cheese, cheese and more cheese! And if you're not yet content with those ingredients, you're very welcome to add anything else you want. After 20 minutes or less of preparing, you'll be enjoying a delectable snack that will definitely keep your taste buds happy and satisfy your raucous tummy.
But "where did it come from", a question you might ask. Well to answer that question, it came from Mexico, specifically at Piedras Negras, Coahuila. This is thanks to some American women who didn't really care much about restaurants being closed and still insisted to be served food.
This happened in the restaurant called Victory Club which was owned by a certain Rodolfo Del Los Santos in the year 1943. A dozen or so women who were wives of U.S. soldiers were out shopping when they landed on the city expecting somewhere to chow. Already closed, the master of the hotel in the person of Ignacio "Nacho" Anaya tried to make something edible out of the things that were present in his kitchen.
The only things he saw were tortillas and cheese. He began making the dish by cutting the tortilla into triangles. The cheese was then melted by heating it together with the triangular chips. After which, he added jalapeno peppers to complete the first recipe of nachos which he named "Nachos Especiales" which meant "Nacho's Special Dish", and its first satisfied customers were interestingly Americans and not Mexicans.
The first recipe of nachos was then added to the menu of Victory club. The dish gained popularity amongst the Americans fast. And in just a few years, the nacho already became a sensation.