These Easy Pulled Pork Nachos by Gridiron Grub Guru with barbecue sauce are cheesy and delicious and easy to throw together for a gameday party.
Greetings from the Gridiron Guru.
Last week’s football games were very exciting with some huge upsets. Who would have thought that Florida State, ranked number 2 prior to the game, would get throttled by 43 points by Louisville? My Texas Aggies edged past Auburn 29 – 16 with a 4th quarter touchdown drive.
The University of Houston overpowered Cincinnati 40-16. The final score really did not indicate the real story of the game with Cincinnati staying with Houston until two late Cincinnati turnovers resulting in two Houston touchdowns.
In other gridiron action, the Washington Huskies, Florida Gators, and Ohio State Buckeyes each won in convincing fashion.
This week I would like to focus on the Big 10 Conference which has a rich history with many of their own traditions. They had the huge rival games of Ohio State vs Michigan, Wisconsin vs Penn State and many others.
Speaking of the Big Ten, the northwestern Wildcats will be hosting the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Chicago. This game should spark more interest than the first two games that the Chicago Bears played this season.
The gridiron action gets going with #11 Wisconsin at #8 Michigan State and Iowa Hawkeyes traveling to new york area to take on the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Finally, Penn State travels to “The Big House” to take on Michigan Wolverines.
In conclusion, this weekend’s gridiron action should prove who are the top teams this season while some head coaches may need to start updating their resumes.
However, no matter who wins or loses, we will enjoy the tailgating parties while we watch all the Gridiron battles. This week we will be enjoying some spicy Easy Pulled Pork nachos.
Which team will you be cheering on when you are chowing down on these Easy Pulled Pork Nachos? Scroll down for the printed recipe.
Until next week …..
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- In a medium bowl mix add the pulled pork and barbecue sauce. Stir to cover all the pork in barbecue sauce.
- Spread the tortilla chips evenly on a large plate or serving platter.
- Cover the chips with pulled pork.
- Sprinkle shredded cheese evenly over the top.
- Microwave for about 90 seconds to heat and melt cheese. (Microwaves vary, so time may need to be adjusted.)
- Spoon some pico de gallo over the top of the nachos and serve hot.