For the Love of BBQ: Smoked Nachos

Brian Jared @Winstonsalem_nc_bbq

Looking for a delicious appetizer or meal for your family? This one is spicy but delicious! 

 

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Yields: 5-10

There are so many different variations of nachos you can do, but for these, I used al pastor pork. First, I used my griddle to cook the meat. You can use your stove, but nobody wants to cook inside! Season your meat with a spicy pork or beef rub. Once the meat is cooked, set it aside and grab a small sheet pan or tray.

Layer with your tortilla chips and start assembling your nachos. I used shredded cheddar, grilled jalapeños, diced red onion and Herdez avocado ranch. To kick these up in heat, I used a Carolina reaper pepper puree. You can find this online or can be purchased at The Fresh Market. 

Once your nachos are assembled, set your smoker to 300 degrees and get everything melted together. This takes 15-20 minutes.

Serve and devour! 

1-2 pounds of al pastor pork

1T spicy pork rub

1 diced jalapeño 

½ diced red onion

1T pepper puree

½ cup cheddar cheese

Pit Master Tip

Feel free to make these nachos with any protein of your choice. They are delicious with chicken, steak or even shrimp. Feel free to add guacamole and sour cream, and mix it up to make them your own. I promise you are sure to love these if you like spicy and use these variations!

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