At the end of the day, the herd is served Mexican cuisine based on corn tortilla chips with various additives. Nachos SVG is used to serve sauces, dressing, salads, and they are also added to various dishes. For the first time they were created about 1943 by Ignacio Anaya (Nacho is an abbreviated form of Ignacio), and consisted of fried maize chips and processed cheese.
Nachos SVG can also be a separate dish served in a plastic tray, with two compartments for chips and sauce, or on a plate where the chips are already poured with sauce (e.g. chili con keso). Also, the term “nachos” is used to refer to corn chips without additives.
Nachos SVG History
Nachos SVG first appeared in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico, on the border with the Texas city of Eagle Pace, at the Victory Club restaurant owned by Rodolfo de los Santos. One day in 1943, ten wives of American soldiers stationed in Fort Duncan near Eagle Pass were in Piedras-Negras shopping. Then they went to the restaurant when it was already closing. Maitre d’ Ignacio Anaya offered them a dish he had just invented from what he had found in the kitchen: tortillas and cheese. Anaya sliced tortilla in the form of triangles, added the Longhorn cheddar, quickly heated it all up and seasoned it with jalapeno pepper. He served the dish, calling it Nachos especiales.
Anaya continued his work at the Moderno restaurant in Piedras-Negras, which still uses the original recipe. Anaya also opened his own restaurant, Nachos Restaurant, in Piedras-Negras. The nachos recipe from Anaia was printed in the cookbook of St. Anne in 1954.
The popular dish quickly spread throughout Texas. The first use of the word “Nachos” in English is attributed to 1949 in the book “Taste of Texas”. The waitress Carmen Roja is said to have introduced the dish at the El Holo Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles in 1959.