Pulled Pork Nachos

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Pulled pork simmered with fiery salsa.  Then layered upon a bed of fresh cut and fried, crispy corn tortilla chips.  Melted cheese and toppings come together to create these Pulled Pork Nachos! 

Pulled Pork Nachos from SimplyGloria.com #nachos

I love nachos.    

I could eat them any day of the week.  

Actually, pretty much every day of the week.

When I make nachos from home, I take it very seriously.

Simple, but seriously.

Yes, there are those afternoons I’ll join the boys in some not-so-serious nachos.  You know the kind– plain cheese on top of stale, broken chips.  

Whether there’s a party or when a midnight-snack-crave kicks in, these Pulled Pork Nachos always make their way to the oven.

Pulled Pork Nachos from SimplyGloria.com #pork #nachos

Instead of placing your hot nachos on a separate serving tray, using this Gourmet Grillware Griddle makes it possible to serve them straight up from the oven or grill!  That way, your food (in this case, nachos!) stays hot.  The Gourmet Grillware even works great with serving cold food and drinks that needs to stay cold.

Isn’t that cool?!

Making these Pulled Pork Nachos are a breeze!

Pulled Pork Nachos from SimplyGloria.com Ingredients1

Using your leftover pulled pork (or chicken!) is the best way to use it up in these nachos.  

Shred up the meat into a medium skillet on medium to low heat.

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Pour your favorite kind of salsa onto the pulled pork.  I used my own salsa I made this past summer.  I promise I’ll share with you my recipe when I harvest it again!

Stir in your seasonings:  chili powder and cumin powder.  

Allow the pulled pork and salsa to simmer for abut 20 minutes without the lid on.  By leaving the lid off, it reduces the liquid.  Make sure to not forget about it totally, stir it occasionally.

While your pulled pork is simmering and mingling in with the peppers, onions, and tomatoes of the salsa… let’s start making some fresh crispy corn tortilla chips!

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Heat up a skillet with oil on medium to high heat.

Cut the stack of corn tortillas into fourths.

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Place the triangle pieces into the heated oil one by one.  

Do not overcrowd the party!  

Flip them carefully until they become a light golden color.

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Place the chips onto a plate with paper towels to soak up the oil.  Immediately sprinkle salt on them.

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Now the pulled pork and salsa mixture is looking ready!

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Lay the chips in a single layer on the Grillware Griddle.

You want every chip to have it’s own party, right?

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See where we’re going with this?

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Sprinkle on you favorite meltable cheese.

Bake in the oven OR place it on the grill until the cheese has melted.

Pulled Pork Nachos from SimplyGloria.com

Pile it up with your favorite toppings!

(Hold on, I think I need way more jalapenos.)

Serve hot, straight off this Gourmet Grillware!

Pulled Pork Nachos
Pulled Pork simmered with fiery salsa. Then layered upon a bed of fresh cut and fried, crispy corn tortilla chips. Melted cheese and toppings come together to create these Pulled Pork Nachos! Serves 4-6.
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Ingredients
  1. 1 pound of cooked boneless pork lion, shredded (Chicken is great, too!
  2. 3 1/2 cups of your favorite salsa
  3. 2 tablespoons chili powder
  4. 2 teaspoons cumin powder
  5. 12 corn tortillas
  6. 2-3 cups oil for frying (Depends on how deep your skillet is, you may need more.)
  7. 3 cups shredded cheese (Use more cheese if you like it Cheesy!)
  8. toppings (optional) - jalapenos, guacamole, sour cream, onions, cheese, olives, etc.
Instructions
  1. Shred the pork and put into a into a medium skillet on medium to low heat.
  2. Pour in the salsa and stir together.
  3. Simmer for 20 minutes with the lid off. Stir occasionally.
  4. Heat up a separate skillet with oil on medium to high heat.
  5. Cut the stack of corn tortillas into fourths.
  6. Place the triangle pieces into heated oil one by one. Do not overcrowd.
  7. Flip them carefully until a light golden color.
  8. Place the chips onto a plate with paper towels to soak up the oil. Immediately sprinkle salt on them.
  9. Lay the chips in a single layer on a baking sheet.
  10. Divide the pulled pork mixture on top of the chips.
  11. Sprinkle cheese on top.
  12. Put in a preheated oven of 400 degrees for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted.
  13. Put your favorite toppings on when taken out of the oven.
  14. Serve hot and enjoy!
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I’ve truly fallen in love with my new Gourmet Grillware Griddle

So much…. that I will be sharing with you a few other recipes using the Griddle while the *giveaway is going on. 

Good luck, my friends!!

Pulled Pork Nachos Recipe with @GourmetGrillware from SimplyGloria.com #Nachos

*Giveaway ends on Wednesday, January 22 at 11:59 MST P.M.  Winner will be chosen randomly.  The winner will be announced below and emailed the following day.  The winner must claim their prize within 48 hours before another winner is chosen.  

Giveaway is now closed.  Congratulations to Itzia, from California!
 

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  1. I made something similar in Mexico using carnitas and they were soooo good. I also love nachos and could eat them everyday. In fact, I may have to go away and make some now!!
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  2. I love nachos also Gloria and these look fantastic! Pinned!
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  3. I want these nachos right now! They sound sooo freaking good I can’t even handle it! Be sure to stop by my link party today, #OmNomNomFriday, and share your fantastic creations. Have a great weekend G :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow
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  4. This is one of my favorite recipes! Our recipes are almost the same, I love these a lot and make them often. :-)
    Michael recently posted…Chocolate CheesecakeMy Profile

  5. Oh, girl…your pulled pork nachos look divine! And, homemade tortilla chips and homemade fresh salsa rocks. Definitely pinning to group boards at Pinterest! Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend!
    Stacy | Wicked Good Kitchen recently posted…How To Easily Peel (Blanch) HazelnutsMy Profile

  6. Love nachos and pulled pork! And I love how easy they are to make. Pinned so that I can continue drooling!
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  7. Oh Yum Yum Yum!! My husband would LOVE this dish! I can’t wait to make it for him. Your photos are gorgeous too. Thank you for the recipe ;)
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  8. I am SO bummed that it is pizza night, I am craving nachos now
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  9. Wow, those look fabulous, Gloria!!
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  10. JoeyfromSC says:

    I”d make homemade banana pancakes with maple syrup! YUM! thanks for the chance to win! Your nachos recipe looks awesome!!(Would love that salsa recipe lol)

    Joey J.

  11. I’m with you Gloria. I could eat nachos all the time! And I love this recipe you posted. Homemade the whole way through. I am SO looking forward to this summer when you share that fresh, home grown salsa recipe!! :)

    • Thanks, Renee! I need summer to get here in a hurry. For two reasons: it’s too cold… and I’m running out of my salsa faster than I thought! (I made over 2 dozen large mason jars!) Hope you’re enjoying your weekend. (=

  12. These nachos look amazing Gloria! I love nachos and can eat them every day of the week too and yours sound fantastic with the pulled pork! Pinning, the photos are stunning as always my friend and hope you have a wonderful weekend :)
    Kelly recently posted…Green Mango SaladMy Profile

  13. I would take these very serious too! Woowzers, these are the best looking flip’n nachos ever!! Yum!
    Tahnycooks recently posted…SalvationMy Profile

  14. Pulled pork nachos?! Just stop right now!
    Julianne @ Beyond Frosting recently posted…Over 125 Amazing Valentine’s Day DessertsMy Profile

  15. Adriana A. says:

    I would make your pulled pork nachos first!

  16. Dorothy Teel says:

    I would love to try to make grilled fresh veggies with this pan, like mushrooms, squash onions, tomatoes the things I have a hard time grilling cause they fall off and break..lol, but this pan sounds wonderful could also use it to grill a pizza on it.

  17. Oh goodness gracious, just let me stick my head into that pan of nachos. Purrrrfect.
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  18. I’m thinking some grilled cheese and bacon sandwiches! Yum!

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  19. These nachos are ah-mazing Gloria! Pinned and shared on Facebook!
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