Coles leftover pulled pork nachos

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Coles leftover pulled pork nachos

So tonight’s Coles leftover pulled pork nachos is inspired by a friend on Twitter. Hilah Johnson is a blogger from Texas (although she now lives in California with husband Chris and son Flint). Hilah is best known for her YouTube channel “Hilah Cooking“. She has a spin off series called “put it in my mouth” which shows Hilah receiving snacks from fans from around the world and she reviews the food. Hilah also sells eBooks and I think her best ones are her taco books.

So this morning Hilah is tweeting about making nachos and that got me to thinking about how to use up some of my leftover pulled pork. I’ve had pulled pork with cheese between toasted raisin toast three times this week and as much as I like it I need to try something else. The comments on Instagram have been interesting. I reckon pork loves fruity sweetness (like apple sauce) and so the raisin toast is a perfect carrier for a pulled pork sandwich.

Ingredients

So here’s what you need for Coles leftover pulled pork nachos

  • Corn chips
  • Pulled pork
  • Cheese (I like Coon)
  • Red onion
  • Jalapeño pepper
  • Chilli
  • Spring onion
  • Barbecue sauce or whatever sauce you fancy

How to put it together

  1. Heat the oven to 200 °C (that’s 400 °F)
  2. Lay out the corn chips on a baking tray with some baking paper
  3. Place the leftover pulled pork on the chips
  4. I didn’t both removing any of the fatty bits, I figure the flavour is in the fat
  5. Add some red onion (aka Spanish onion and by Spanish I don’t mean Spanish)
  6. Add some grated cheese, I use Coon because I like Coon but you could use Coles tasty or any other cheddar cheese
  7. Drizzle over some barbecue (or if you can’t spell BBQ) sauce [would you believe in grade 6 I was marked incorrectly in a spelling test for using BBQ instead of barbecue]
  8. Bake for 10 minutes
  9. Add spring onions and chives and fresh chilli to taste
  10. Serve with caramelised onion
  11. Eat while watching the footy
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Leftover pulled pork nachos with Coon cheese, chillies, red onion, chives and barbecue sauce ready for the oven
Leftover pulled pork nachos with Coon cheese, chillies, red onion, chives and barbecue sauce ready for the oven
Leftover pulled pork nachos with Coon cheese, chillies, red onion, chives and barbecue sauce straight out of the oven
Coles leftover pulled pork nachos with Coon cheese, chillies, red onion, chives and barbecue sauce straight out of the oven
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Do you like nachos? Do you like pulling your pork?

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4 Responses

  1. Hi Gary,
    I totally get the pulled pork on the raisin toast. I guess by “interesting” comments on Instagram, you mean people have questioned it. Well it makes total sense as per the apple sauce. Think of how well a chutney goes with meat? And what about this craze for sliders on brioche buns? It’s really the same thing. I love your Monday lunch. I love nachos – it’s a fun food.

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