Copycat recipe of Old Chicago Italian Nachos: banana peppers, pepperoni, italian sausage, pepper jack and mozzarella cheese

Copycat recipe of Old Chicago Italian Nachos: banana peppers, pepperoni, italian sausage, pepper jack and mozzarella cheese

These nachos will have you begging for more! Grilled chicken, Alfredo sauce and lots of goeey cheese!

These nachos will have you begging for more! Grilled chicken, Alfredo sauce and lots of goeey cheese!

Share it!0011238I worked at Carino’s Italian for almost 10 years. Ten years! I started work there when I was 17 and I loved it. It was 2001 and back then the restaurant was called Johnny Carino’s. I was a hostess and a table tender (busser), then as I got older I became a server and bartender. I... Read More »

Share it!0011238I worked at Carino’s Italian for almost 10 years. Ten years! I started work there when I was 17 and I loved it. It was 2001 and back then the restaurant was called Johnny Carino’s. I was a hostess and a table tender (busser), then as I got older I became a server and bartender. I... Read More »

We love all kinds of nachos.  These Italian Nachos are one of our favorites! Italian sausage, tomatoes, red pepper, black olives, banana peppers and creamy Alfredo sauce come together in each cru...

We love all kinds of nachos. These Italian Nachos are one of our favorites! Italian sausage, tomatoes, red pepper, black olives, banana peppers and creamy Alfredo sauce come together in each cru...

A creamy, luscious Alfredo sauce is a culinary dream -- a handful of ingredients that add up to something wonderful. It hails from 1920s Rome, where it was created by restaurateur Alfredo di Lello. His hallmark dish, Fettuccine Alfredo, combined hot fettuccine with a sauce made of butter, heavy cream, and Parmesan cheese, with generous grindings of pepper to help add spark to all that richness.

A creamy, luscious Alfredo sauce is a culinary dream -- a handful of ingredients that add up to something wonderful. It hails from 1920s Rome, where it was created by restaurateur Alfredo di Lello. His hallmark dish, Fettuccine Alfredo, combined hot fettuccine with a sauce made of butter, heavy cream, and Parmesan cheese, with generous grindings of pepper to help add spark to all that richness.

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