Pork Nachos with Pina Colada Sauce

 

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These pork nachos will knock your boots off. In fact, they will probably knock you naked. And it will be worth it. They are the best dang nachos I’ve ever had. EVER. And that’s saying a lot because I really thought we loved our Tropical Nachos with mangoes, wontons, that yummy sweet chili sauce…mmmmmm. Seriously though, these rocked our world.

 

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I was making nachos for a football game and told Mr Handsome to come try a bite. I ran over to take my little C. to the restroom and when I returned he was devouring the pork nachos.

 

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These nachos, are super easy to make, and I love that you can make a fresh roast or just use leftovers from dinner the night before. BOO-YAH.  So, all you need is a yummy pork roast, we chose to use Harmon’s Spoon Roast (if you live in Utah and you have not purchased a spoon roast get on that. Seriously, you are missing out on the best roast ever and the best part it, it’s even seasoned for you. Just keep it in the paper it’s wrapped in and throw it in a low crockpot or 250 degree oven and then enjoy the juiciest pork EVER), Pinto beans, sauteed peppers, Pina Colada sauce *recipe follows, and loads of Colby Jack Cheese. Oh, and the Tostitos Scoops Chips. They are the best for nachos since they keep everything in a perfect bite.

 

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I’m actually a bit of a weirdo with nachos. I don’t like mine piled high like they are in the other pictures. I eat mine like above. You see, I want every single chip to be the perfect bite. Many nachos (ballpark, you know I love you, but you are totally guilty of this) are fantastic for the first few bites, but as you make your way into them the second and bottom layer are always totally dry! SO LAME. So, I lay all of my scoops out and fill each one with the perfect bite. Gosh, those are seriously so yummy. MMMMMM.

 

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What Cut Of Pork Is Best For Shredded Pork?

Most barbecue restaurants use whole pork shoulders, but they are hard to find in a grocery store.

If you can’t find a whole pork shoulder, Boston butt is the best choice.

But, pulled pork can be made from any fatty pork roast.

 

What Is A Good Substitute For Pinto Beans?

Great northern beans can be used in any recipe that calls for pinto beans.

 

Can Nachos Be Reheated?

Do not reheat in the microwave as the chips will become soft and soggy.

You can put the Nachos in an oven-safe pan and broil for about 1-3 minutes.

 

 

Pork Nachos with Pina Colada Sauce

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Maui Baby Pork Nachos with Pina Colada Sauce

Course: 200+ Easy Appetizers Recipes
Keyword: APPETIZER, cheese, food, hawaiian, nachos, pina colada, pork, recipe, SNACK
Servings: 1 recipe
Calories: 5734kcal
Author: Sweet Basil

Ingredients

For the Nachos

  • 1 Pork Butt 3-4lbs
  • 2 Cans Pinto Beans drained and rinsed, and heated through
  • 1/2 Lb Colby Jack Cheese
  • Tostitos Scoop Chips
  • 1 Bag Mini Sweet Peppers Chopped
  • Olive Oil
  • Pina Colada Sauce

For the Pina Colada Sauce

  • 1 Small Can Crushed Pineapple
  • 2/3 Cup Cream Of Coconut Found by the margarita mixes and alcohol, usually in a can
  • 1/3 Cup Sour Cream

Instructions

For the pork

  • Rub a boneless pork with olive oil and hawaiian or sea salt and cook in a slow cooker for 8 hours on low, shredding the meat at the end.

For the Sauce

  • In a small bowl, mix together the cream of coconut, pineapple, and sour cream.
  • Set aside.

For the Nachos

  • Heat a large skillet to medium heat with a swirl of olive oil. Once the oil is shimmering, add the peppers and saute until tender.
  • Heat the oven to Broil.
  • Line the chips up on a parchment or foil lined baking sheet.
  • Place a little of the cooked pork in each chip, topped by beans, pina colada sauce, cheese and peppers.
  • Place in the oven for 1-3 minutes or until the cheese is gooey.
  • Enjoy!

Nutrition

Serving: 1g | Calories: 5734kcal | Carbohydrates: 326.6g | Protein: 377.4g | Cholesterol: 1239.6mg | Fiber: 46.4g | Sugar: 179.4g
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Hawaii's BEST pork nachos with pina colada sauce ohsweetbasil.com

Ok, I realize that these may not be the best for your diet, so here are a few other recipes that still use all of that dairy deliciousness, but in a healthier way.

Cheeseburger Pizza-Dairy Council

Baked Spinach Artichoke Yogurt Dip-National Dairy Council

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Carrian Cheney

Lover of all things beautiful, good and delicious. Wife, mother, friend, foodie.

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39 comments on “Pork Nachos with Pina Colada Sauce”

  1. Greetings form Denmark

    Your recipe sounds good and nice, but can only get died Pinto Beans så how big are these cans you are using??

  2. Can the Pina Colada sauce be made the day before?

  3. It looks like your squirting the pina colada sauce from a bottle. But crushed pinapple won’t get through that spout. Did you process it in a blender? Or is the white stuff in the bottle something else?

  4. Seeing as I live in Sydney, I obvs. can’t get a Spoon’s roast. So s&p – and I have a bunch of those herb paste tubes to use up. Do you think thyme, parsley, and garlic would be good? I’d probably throw some oregano and cumin in there to get more of a Mexican-ish flavor.

    And I’m 10,000% with you on nachos stacked too high. I have to toss it like pasta to distribute the toppings.

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  6. Do you drain the canned pineapple, or include the juice?

  7. Do those ever look good! I am totally in the dark about Harmon’s spoon roast, but now I have to check it out. Thanks for the heads-up!

  8. You’re not weird.
    I eat my nachos the same way 😉

    These look wonderful. Adore you, sister <3

  9. Scoops? For nachos? I think this has to be one of the best ideas ever. These sounds amazing!

  10. ooo, girl – you are speaking my language!!!! 😉

  11. I want these for breakfast now!! The pina colada sauce sounds amazing.

  12. Yowsers! These look amazing! I love that you changed up regular nachos to this….my mouth is seriously drooling!

  13. oh baby, these look amazing!!! can i have them for breakfast tomorrow? lol

  14. Oh my gosh, we LOVE nachos. Definitely going to try these and will hit up Harmon’s for their spoon roast. I am definitely intrigued.

  15. Oh my Carrian. Those nachos are calling to me girl! Yum. And because they are “baby” that means you can eat more, right? 😉 Happy Monday!!

  16. Seriously, I adore these. I love that you use those baby chips!!

  17. Okay, I’m a huge coconut fan, but I never would have thought to pair it with pork nachos. BEST. IDEA. EVER. I need these in my life right now! And thankfully, I think the coconut would ward off my family so I could eat them all to myself. Mwuhahahha.

  18. These look awesome!! I’m with you, I want meat and beans and cheese on every single chip!

  19. these look so good! easily the best ever!

  20. Pork nachos are one of my favorite things, but with a pina colada sauce on top?? Haaaaaave mercyyyyy.

  21. Oh WOW! They do look like the best nachos EVER!

  22. I love the idea of putting the toppings in each scoop! Then you know you’ll always get a good bite! I hate when i eat nachos and get hardly any toppings! haha

  23. I am not joking when I say these look like the best nachos EVER. I want them for breakfast.