I was born in Texas, where I just discovered that Fritos got their start, and one of the dishes I remember having as a child was Frito Chili Pie. Now everyone makes their’s a little different. Its kinda like chili, everyone has their own concoction. I don’t know how the recipe was from my childhood, but I knew the basic ingredients and added a few extra ones.
What you’ll need for my recipe:
One 10oz Bag of Fritos
2 Cans of Hormel Chili
a can of chilis
1 onion (I only use half though)
One Roma tomato (optional)
Shredded Colby Jack Cheese
You can use a glass or a metal square pan. (If you use a metal pan, spray the pan with cooking oil first.)
Pre-heat Oven to 350
Chop your onion and green onions
Spoon in the layer of Chili just so it covers the Fritos, but not real thick or you will run out of chili.
(Note: If you don’t cover it, you will have hard yucky nasty cheese, so take my advice and cover it for the first 25 minutes.)
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