The Holland Hot Tot'Chos, a new Texas Rangers food concession, cost $17.50. Find them in section 32. Or, make them at home with our tips below.

The Holland Hot Tot'Chos, a new Texas Rangers food concession, cost $17.50. Find them in section 32. Or, make them at home with our tips below.

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Most ballpark food, such as the fried bacon on a stick, should come with a don't-try-this-at-home warning label. But one of the Texas Rangers' new concessions items, the Holland Hot Tot'chos, can absolutely be made at home.

Rangers writer Evan Grant and I played sous chefs while one of Delaware North Sportservice's chefs whipped up the dish in the video above.

The Holland Hot Tot'Chos, a new Texas Rangers food concession, cost $17.50. Find them in section 32. Or, make them at home with our tips below.

The Holland Hot Tot'Chos, a new Texas Rangers food concession, cost $17.50. Find them in section 32. Or, make them at home with our tips below.

G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News

The Holland Hot Tot'chos are named, of course, for pitcher Derek Holland. His nickname is the Dutch Oven, and his nacho-tater tots come with a "dutch oven" on the side filled with queso hollandaise. 

We all agreed that Holland also seems a little spicy himself, so it's fitting that this dish is a little on the hot side.

Here's your order of ingredients:

  • First, load deep-fried tater tots into a bowl.
  • Next, add a drizzle of buffalo sauce.
  • Sprinkle cooked fajita steak (or chicken), mixed with sauteed bell peppers, on top.
  • Give it a nice layer of pickled jalapeños.
  • Then you're in for more buffalo drizzle (fo shizzle).
  • The spicy queso hollandaise comes on the side. If you aren't a hollandaise pro, heat up Velveeta's queso blanco for an inexpensive at-home option.

You'll have to watch the video to see what we thought of the ballpark's new nacho-tots.

Check out this story for a list of all the gut-busting new foods you can find at Globe Life Park this season. Just, please: Avoid the bacon cotton candy. Trust me.

Evan Grant contributed to this story.

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