Pulled Pork Nachos
So I pulled out the slow cooker, put a little bit of barbecue sauce in the bottom, layered in the pork and covered it with more sauce. And that’s it. It cooked on high for about 5 hours and practically fell apart. That’s what I was looking for!
If you want to do something a little more hands-on, you can make the dry rub version I used for my Pulled Pork Street Tacos. It’s pretty amazing, too.
From there, you can go wild with your nacho toppings. We used smaller, bite-sized chips, shredded lettuce, shredded cheese, peach salsa and bacon crumbles. You could use any combination of these and then come up with your own favorites.