Take-out Tuesday, Cheesy BBQ Pork & Corn Nachos

We cook a pork butt almost every week……. the males in my family could eat BBQ every day

bbq brisket thepaintedapron.com

Brisket, Chicken, Ribs, Pork Chops, anything they can slather with sauce 🍗

Pork Butt is a favorite because it’s so easy to throw on the grill or in the Crock Pot and let it cook low and slow all day.   You can also cook it ahead of time, pull it and then keep it warm in the slow cooker like this BBQ Pulled Pork below

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We always cook a big one so there are plenty of  leftovers for a sandwich, just pile it on a toasty bun

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or make a Potato Pig

Potato Pig thepaintedapron.com

BBQ Supper Eggrolls

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or Nachos!

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Turn last nights pork dinner into tomorrow’s nachos

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You don’t have to use the standard tortilla chip, try something unexpected and different

chips

Next time I’m going to use Microwave Potato Chips, they are easy peasy quick to make and would be divine with a BBQ pork topping

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Don’t forget the corn,  BBQ’s perfect partner

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Add some green onions or peppers and diced or grated cheese like Cheddar or Smoked Gouda

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Include some jalapenos if you want more heat and some diced tomatoes for color

tomatoes and jalapenos

You can heat them in the oven

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or on the grill like these similar BBQ Chicken Nachos

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So next time you’re thinking “What’s for dinner?” Remember, you can cook a large pork butt and have some awesome leftovers!

Pork BBQ Nachos

  • Servings: varied
  • Difficulty: easy
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pulled pork

BBQ sauce

chips of choice

cooked corn

green onion, diced

cheese, grated or diced

jalapenos, sliced

tomatoes, diced

Line a shallow baking pan with foil.  Add a layer of chips.  Top chips with a layer of pork and drizzle pork with BBQ sauce.  Add a layer of any other ingredients you like.  Repeat layers. Or you can make one large single layer.

Bake at 350 degrees or place on covered grill over medium heat.  Cook until heated through and cheese has melted.  Adjust quantities according to the number of people and whether this is a main dish or appetizer.

Psst…you could also pick up some cooked pulled pork from your favorite local BBQ joint and create any of these meals in minutes!

And now that football season is here, you will want these on your game day menu too!

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6 Responses to “Take-out Tuesday, Cheesy BBQ Pork & Corn Nachos”
  1. Yum, I know I’d probably eat my weight in this, it sounds wonderful!

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  2. Nancy says:

    Those BBQ nachos look scrumptious! What a wonderful idea for football nights!! I just found your blog, it’s amazing!
    Nancy

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  3. Lynn says:

    I think it would be a blast to serve a huge platter of nachos one Sunday dinner, been kicking it around for a while now:@) BBQ pig would be a great addition!

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  4. Mary says:

    Jenna, We do this with our leftover pulled pork and make pigs of ourselves! I’ve never added fresh corn to ours, I’m looking forward to trying that. 🙂

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