First, I made some sweet potato chips. I don't have a mandolin so it was quite a difficult task. Plus the potatoes I bought were gigantic and basically impossible to cut. So my chips were a little uneven/oddly shaped.
I thinly sliced the potatoes and laid them in a single layer on baking sheets lined with parchment paper. Then I sprayed them with olive oil and sprinkled with salt & paprika.
I put them in a 400 degree oven for 12 minutes, then flipped them and cooked for another 12 minutes. After 24 minutes some of the potatoes were turning brown so I took those out and set them aside, and let the bigger pieces cook for about 10 more minutes. (Next time I make these I will probably cook them longer at a lower temperature- I had a few chips burn and a lot of chips that didn't get crispy enough.)
I seasoned it with homemade taco seasoning (recipe via The Girl Who Ate Everything).
To make the nachos, I put the chips on a plate and topped them with the ground turkey and a little bit of reduced fat Mexican style shredded cheese.
My sister also made Chipotle's Guacamole recipe to go with our nachos. It was fantastic!
Despite the half-burned, half-soggy sweet potato chips, it was a perfect Friday night dinner!