LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Grab some guacamole or maybe some salsa because Monday is National Tortilla Chip Day!
Millions of people across the country love tortilla chips, so it is a great excuse to open up a bag. Tortilla chips are usually made from corn tortillas cut into wedges and then fried.
They were originally known in Mexico as tostados, but were first mass-produced in Los Angeles in the 1940s.
Tortilla chips are often used to make nachos. To celebrate, take a picture of the tortilla chips you are eating and use the hashtag #NationalTortillaChipDay on social media.