Pulled Pork Tostadas

The recipe for the Pulled Pork is on the previous post.  Tostadas are a delicious Gluten Free dish and can be made with many variations.  Most corn tortillas are now marked GF.  All ingredients are easily found in local markets. Check all ingredients if you must be GF.


There are many ways to make  Tostadas, so pick the ingredients that appeal to your taste.

Here is how I made mine:

Pulled Pork BBQ  warmed in microwave (more BBQ sauce may need to be added to left-over pork)


corn tortillas  –  ready made tostadas,  OR crisped either by frying in a small amount of oil, OR

sprayed with cooking spray and baked for 10  minutes  or more at 425 degrees until crisp


Start with a tortilla

Layer with:

Heated Pulled Pork BBQ

Add avocado chopped OR make guacamole  Quick guacamole: mash avocado,  juice from 1/2 a lime, sprinkle dried cilantro to taste.

chopped tomatoes

sour cream

shredded sharp cheese

IF that is not enough, rebuild starting with…

shredded lettuce

canned refried beans heated


There are no amounts given for the ingredients as the Pulled Pork Tostadas could be one serving or many.  With left-over Pulled Pork BBQ, this is a quick and easy weeknight meal and can be loaded with veggies.

2 Comments on “Pulled Pork Tostadas”

  1. karenlee says:

    This looks great I ordered a tortilla press recently and when it came, I made small tortillas that were GF and very tasty. I was surprised how well they held together. I have to be careful with onion, garlic, beans, tomatoes, etc., but I can eat lean meats and some veggies now that work well on a small tortilla. 🙂

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