Please don’t judge, but these Traeger Pulled Pork Nachos were actually our dinner.
Yes, I served my family nachos for dinner.
Maybe not the most nutritional option but I was like the coolest mom ever for one night and it was magical 🙂
I make BBQ Pulled Pork on the Traeger every summer.
Then I freeze the leftovers to use for occasions just like this.
So not only was the actual pork smoked on the Traeger, I actually heated the nachos in the Traeger just for that extra kiss of wood fired flavor.
Here is how to make Traeger Pulled Pork Nachos
You could use a sheet pan, foil pan, or in this case I am using my trusty cast iron skillet.
These nachos have two layers, so start by laying one layer of tortilla chips.
As you can see I am using both yellow and blue corn chips.
And one cup of pulled pork will go over the chips.
Now comes the cheese, baby!
We are not skimping on the cheese!
A cup and a half of cheese gets sprinkle over the first layer.
Now repeat with another layer of chips.
The another cup of pork and another cup and a half of cheese.
Next stop is the Traeger. I wanted these to cook rather quickly so the chips didn’t get soggy.
So I preheated the Traeger to 375 degrees and they took about 15 minutes.
Eeeeeek! Look how pretty!
Drizzle some BBQ sauce over top and add any additional topping you like.
We added sour cream and my homemade Sweet Pickled Red Onions.
Traeger Pulled Pork Nachos were amazing and devoured in record time!
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Traeger Pulled Pork Nachos
Traeger Pulled Pork Nachos is the perfect recipe for leftover pulled pork, who knew you could make delicious nachos on the Traeger grill
- 1 8 oz bag tortilla chips
- 2 cups cooked pulled pork
- 3 cups shredded cheese of choice
- 3/4 cup BBQ sauce
- Optional toppings: sour cream, jalapenos, sweet pickled red onions (recipe in post above), hot sauce
Place half of the chips in a cast iron skillet, sheet pan, or foil pan. Top with 1/2 of the cooked pulled pork and half of the cheese.
Place the remaining chips evenly over the first layer, add the remaining pork and cheese.
Place on the Traeger that has been preheated to 375 degrees for 15 minutes or until cheese is melted to your liking.
Top with BBQ sauce and add optional toppings of choice such as sour cream, jalapenos, sweet pickled red onions, and/or hot sauce.