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Instead of baking the tots in the oven I cooked them in my waffle iron which made a fun presentation and also sped up cooking time. I did put them under the broiler as directed for the finishing touch. My avocado had gone bad on me and I didn't know it until it was too late but next time I will be sure to have one. This was fun and a nice change.
It was good but nothing extraordinary. Fresh tasting and good just not stand out. It would have been easier to eat and taken less time if I'd just stuck with nachos or tacos. Left me feeling full yet slightly confused.
I skipped the avocado. I just didn't want the texture on my tots. I thought maybe using the taco seasoned meat on a version of "Extreme Tots" would be just as good as Sonics (I miss living in a town that had four Sonics in the city limits) but it wasn't just as good. It was fine for a no-fuss snack though.
This was underwhelming. I have to agree with the several other reviewers who said they prefer real nacho chips instead of the potatoes. Using potatoes throws the balance of this recipe way off. The crispness of the tater tots quickly gets mushy and then each bite gives you a mouthful of mushy potato that overwhelms the flavors and textures of all the toppings. Plus the potatoes don't have the wonderful Mexican seasonings that nacho chips have so you lose that great "zing" with each bite. End result is a bland mouthful of mush.... Novel idea but not a better idea.