Easy Pulled Pork Nachos are so easy to make. Hey, all you do is layer pulled pork on top of some chips covered with melted cheddar jack cheese, then add your favorite Mexi toppings. Some of my favorite Mexi toppings are avocados, tomatoes, black olives, and salsa. So simple yet so good. Whenever I make pulled pork for sandwiches, I always make it a rule, to toss some in the freezer, to make pulled pork nachos, at a later date. Then I a ready to make a great tasting appetizer, the next time friends pop in to watch a game. This is so easy and tastes so fantastic. I thaw out the pulled pork, heat up some chips and cheese in the oven, top with pulled pork, and your favorite nacho toppings. For my easy pulled pork nachos, I like to top them with more cheese, fresh salsa, black olives and my own creamy avocado dressing. You can top with sour cream and chopped avocado, if you don’t want to make the creamy avocado dressing. Don’t make it hard, top with what sounds good, canned chilies, fresh pineapple, different kinds of cheeses or black beans are good toppers. Your friends will love this appetizer and think you did all kinds of work to make it, but simply not true.
Creamy Avocado Buttermilk Dressing
Put it all together to have best appetizer on this planet!
Easy Pulled Pork Nachos
3 pounds pork roast
Plain taco chips
shredded cheddar jack cheese
plain taco chips
Creamy Avocado Dressing or sour cream
fresh salsa or jarred
Cook pork roast in slow cooker or crock pot. Season pork roast, add to slow cooker, topping with 1 cup water 1 cup of your favorite barbecue sauce and let it cook on low heat for 8-10 hours, until it just falls apart with fork. Re-move from crock pot and shred with two forks and mix in your favorite barbecue sauce.
Use a large baking 9 x 13, layer plain taco chips in dish, top evenly with cheese, as much as you desire. Put in 350 degree preheated oven for about 5 minutes until cheese melts.
Top warm cheesy chips with pulled pork, more shredded cheese, jalapenos, fresh salsa, and Creamy Avocado Dressing. See dressings for Creamy Avocado Dressing.