Pulled pork is one of my favorite smoked meats. It’s great on so many things and can be used interchangeably in any recipe that calls for ground beef. I love getting creative with pulled pork leftovers, and this crunch wrap supreme recipe takes full advantage of tasty leftover pulled pork.
If you’re not familiar; a crunch wrap supreme is a staple on the Taco Bell menu. The taco bell version is loaded with ground beef (is it beef though), queso, lettuce, tomatoes, and a tostada shell. All wrapped in a tortilla. They’re delicious.
In my 20s I probably had one too many crunch wrap supremes, and I’m paying for it now. These days I try to eat as healthy as I can, but every now and then I indulge in some naughty food goodness. This recipe is a prime example of that.
What’s In a Pulled Pork Crunch Wrap Supreme
Making a pulled pork crunch wrap supreme is easy. They’re fun to make too! You’ll need the following ingredients:
- Pulled Pork
- Large Tortillas
- Tostada Shells
- Shredded Lettuce
- Diced Tomatoes
- Sour Cream
- Shredded Cheddar Cheese
If you don’t have pulled pork, make some using this simple pulled pork recipe.
How to Assemble a Pulled Pork Crunchwrap Supreme
It’s easy to overstuff pulled pork crunch wrap supremes. Go easy on the toppings! If you can’t find large tortillas, and you find that the tortillas you’re using won’t close completely, that’s ok! Cut circles out of a tortilla the same size as the tostada and use that to help seal up the underside.
I really enjoyed making these. I love leftover pulled pork, and this is another example of how versatile the meat is. If you’re looking for other pulled pork leftover ideas check out my pulled pork burrito recipe. Leftover pulled pork is great in chili too! And let’s not forget pulled pork sliders!
- 2 lbs Pulled Pork
- 10 Large Tortillas
- 10 Tostada Shells
- 12 ounces Queso
- 2 cups Shredded Lettuce
- 1 cup Diced Tomatoes
- 12 ounces Sour Cream
- 2 cups Shredded Cheddar Cheese
- Put a small amount of queso on a tortilla
- Add pulled pork
- Followed by the tostada
- and then the sour cream
- Sprinkle Lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese on top
- Fold closed and then put seam side down in a lightly greased skillet over medium heat. When the seam is sealed the crunchwrap is ready!
If your tortillas are too small to seal, cut circles out of a tortilla and place on the side you're trying to seal.