Hawaiian Pineapple Pork Tacos

Sweet and savory Pineapple Pork Tacos topped with pineapple salsa and cotija cheese is all kinds of wonderful and it’s what’s going down for this Taco Tuesday!

See how simple these Hawaiian tacos are to whip up in the video below:

If you’ve been hunting all over Pinterest for fresh and healthy recipe ideas, you’re in the right place! I’m filming and sharing the entire taco series from my new book the Taco Tuesday Cookbook which I share on my YouTube Channel. Do yourself a favor and check it out AFTER these Hawaiian Pork tacos, they’re too important to miss out on. After a trip to Hawaii and a bite of some heavenly pork tacos, I got super inspired to recreate that same meal in a way my family and I could enjoy, at home.

pineapple pork tacos

Most of the recipes in the Taco Tuesday Cookbook are inspired by travels, memorable meals shared with friends and family, and regular meals I serve for dinner. No kidding, I’ve tried out several new recipes like Buffalo Chicken, Chorizo and Butternut Squash, and Asian Thai Ribs only to find myself thinking, this would be great in a taco!

Gourmet Taco Recipe

Don’t you just love it when you accidentally make a crazy easy meal that tastes like it took hours to prepare and the whole family loves it? Yep, those are my favorite too, but 99% of the time it’s never an accident.

Making gourmet tacos isn’t about fancy ingredients but FRESH and basic cooking methods. My Taco Tuesday cookbook is filled with chicken, pork, seafood, vegetarian, beef and pork taco recipes, all of which are made in the slow cooker, skillet, or sheet pan so you and I can create those insta-worthy tacos, with minimal effort.

How to Make Pineapple Salsa for Pork Tacos

Okay, this pineapple salsa is perfect on a whole LOT of other things like grilled chicken, salads, chips, and by the spoonful.

Fresh, diced pineapple tossed with pico de gallo, this is. the. stuff. Super refreshing and exactly what you could imagine yourself eating on a hot summer day.

Before you ask, this salsa can be prepped the day before and used within two days, but it usually never lasts that long. You can make it for these tacos but it truly is the perfect appetizer or dish to bring to a party or gathering. You might just find yourself eating it straight out of the bowl with a spoon. I won’t judge!

While you’re here, don’t forget to grab your copy of the Taco Tuesday Cookbook for these amazing pork tacos and 51 other delicious taco recipes to make Tuesday the best day of your week!

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