It’s almost Super Bowl time and I am working on game day eats!
I decided my Smoked Pork Nachos will be the main dish come Super Bowl Sunday.
You can’t have a Super Bowl party without a smoked meat dish.
Oh, and you can’t have any party without a dish that contains cheese.
First, I smoked a big 10 lb Boston Butt Roast that was covered in a beautiful rub of my favorite spices.
The key is to marinate the roast in the refrigerator overnight i you have time.
Yes, this is a lot of roast and you want need all of it for the nachos but you could freeze any leftovers for another dish.
Next, I made up a big batch of coleslaw.
You can’t have barbeque Nachos without coleslaw.
The coleslaw was Big Goo’s idea because he love coleslaw and wanted the nachos to taste like a plate of barbeque.
Lastly, all you have to do is preheat the broiler and top tortilla chips with chopped pork and loads of cheese.
I broiled the nachos for about 4 minutes until the cheese melted.
Top with warm barbeque sauce and chilled coleslaw right before serving.
The best way to turn this into a quick dish is to prepare the roast in advance.
I made my roast today for next Sunday. I am going to freeze the roast and defrost it the day before the Super Bowl.
Come Super Bowl Sunday all I have to do is assemble and make the coleslaw.
Yep, it’s that simple!