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Making a snack that everyone will love can sometimes be a chore. These pork nachos are unbelievably good and super easy to make. I served them at my husband’s Superbowl party last year, and I don’t know what got more cheers, the nachos or the game!
The guys loved the nachos, us ladies loved the nachos, and even the kids loved the nachos! One of the best things about preparing this snack food is how simple and easy it is. For the most part, everything gets laid out on a cookie sheet or baking dish and goes into the oven. It’s a quick and effective way to feed hungry bellies. I’ve also made these pork nachos for dinner before and served them up with Spanish rice and refried beans.
Recipe courtesy of Pork Be Inspired.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to top these awesome pork nachos with anything you like such as jalapenos, diced tomatoes, black olives, onion, etc.