Thursday, July 29, 2010

Fajita Nachos

When we lived in Arizona, we loved to get Fajita Nachos at Abuelo's Restaurant.  YUMMY!!!
They are pretty easy to recreate at home.

Tostada Shells
Cooked, Shredded meat (beef, chicken or pork)
Diced Onion
Diced Green Chilies
Shredded Cheese
Sour Cream
Optional Toppings: Sliced Jalapenos, Guacamole, Olives, Pica de Gallo

Coat baking sheet with cooking spray.  Arrange tostada shells on baking sheet and top with meat, onions, green chilies and shredded cheese.
Bake @350 degrees for 10 minutes or until cheese is melted and toppings are heated through.
Serve topped with sour cream and other toppings of your choice. 

My notes: These are really, really good made with leftover Kalua Pork
Or with this Pulled Pork.  (My family didn't care for the pulled pork, but it was indescribably good on the nachos!)
These are super easy to throw together if you have leftover meat from another meal. 

We had a little Kalua Pork left over from a recent family event.  Curtis received the
It was a great day!!!


  1. A great thing...and your food is one of my favorites...I could eat so much of that YUM! :D

  2. Congrats to Curtis--and to you!

    That looks really good. I'd love to eat it tonight.

  3. First of all... a huge congratulations to Curtis! It is a very special thing!!
    Second....oh YUM! I think dinner is figured out now! I have some left over Sanpete BBQ turkey and now I know just what I'll use it for! Thanks!
    p.s OH...of course.... Strawberry Res. :)
    Hope you're having a great summer.
    We got clobbered by rain today.

  4. I love when we can recreate our favorite restaurant's food! That looks really good!
    Great picture of that handsome Curtis!

  5. Those look wonderful! I'm off to the store to buy tostados.
    Love it.
    I just LOVE your blog!

  6. Great news about Curtis, tell him congratulations. Yummy food, it is making me hungry.

  7. "It's a small world after all!"
    And you know what I'm talking about.

    La la la la lalala laaaa la la la lalaal....

  8. They look very yummy! I love Mexican food.

  9. Yummmm! And congrats for Curtis too.

  10. Now I'm hungry! Or should I say, "tengo hambre"!