The Caramel Pork is easy to make in the slow cooker (already with rave reviews) and the Salsa and Crema can be made ahead of time for a dinner that comes together quickly when it’s “go” time! Thanks so much Lynne! We use fresh fruit and low sugar. Thanks so much! Hope you love this! Thanks! Even my husband was impressed. It really is a perfect balance of flavors with so much going on, you can’t wait for your next bite. Remove the pork and place it in the crockpot. Want, want, want! I cooked it on high for 4 hours and the pork came out very dry. Pineapple jam is so underrated! Every dish/meal should be made to suit I think. Like five extra at the table. Question….are those roasted red peppers on there or is it the jalepeno? I’m thrilled they were a hit with the entire family and the “most delicious pulled pork” you have ever had! Hope you guys love this! Thanks so much! One of my favorite Mexican restaurants makes the best mini tacos that are filed with pork and come with a pineapple salsa. Searing adds another layer of rich, complex flavor but is not essential. Next time I’d definitely use a bone-in piece of meat and either cook it for 6-8 hours in the crock pot or try roasting it in the oven. , Hi Whitney! Serve the pork in grilled tortillas topped with slaw, a sprinkle of chopped scallions, and some fresh chopped pineapple! Am I doing something wrong? Friends galore. Eating them in Hawaii would be a dream! Making these now. Season to taste with salt. and reblogged it to share with my friends and family in Brazil. For your slow cooker version, your recipe indicates half of the pineapple sauce should be added for cooking, when do you add in the rest? The second time I used a loin and it was DELICIOUS!! You can put it over rice, over veggies, put it on salads, in a sandwich, in a quesadilla, or even just eat the pork over the slaw for a low-carb option (I did that a few times..soo good!). I made a double batch of the rice and wished I’d done so with the pineapple. Learn how your comment data is processed. I feel the same though! pork shoulder, you can cook it in the slow cooker instead. Fajitas, tacos, whatever you want to call them, I am IN. Once hot, add pork and sear on all sides until golden brown (about 2 minutes per side). Sounds like it worked perfectly too!! I can load it up with my favorite foods, fish, avocado, sour cream. Check the pork half way through cooking to ensure that there is liquid at least half way up the pork at all times. I mean, I thought the first dish was good, but the second? Thanks Dawn, I think you will love them! HI! Still snowing here too (Chicago), shoveled another 2 feet from the end of my driveway after the plow pushed it there. Creamy Brie Four Cheese Mac and Cheese with Buttery Ritz Crackers + Video. Hi Sahra, I wish. ","SRIRACHA CREMA - Add all of the Crema ingredients to a small bowl. THANK YOU!! Nutritional information is only an estimate. I goofed up and forgot to sear the pork before pouring the wet marinade over it. I'd cook it 4-5 hours on high, or 8-10 on low. Asian fusion never tasted so good. Thank you so much Judi! if anyones going to Hawaii, please let me know. I think you will absolutely love them! Haha! Method STEP 1 I hope you love this recipe! Thank you! New family favorite. In fact, my husband has requested that I make it again this weekend. The combinations are right on spot. I want color! Glad I saw it. I would double the recipe and probably double the amount of cooking time. It looks so good! These “fajitas” look “fah-“bulous! NEED THAT. I am really glad you still enjoyed this recipe Amber! HI there! which I love because not only does it make dinner time easy, they actually tastes better this way! That is totally fine to use. To make the slaw, combine all slaw ingredients in a medium bowl and toss to combine. Hey David! Thew slaw really adds a nice crunch to it and the pineapple a light sweetness. Thank you Kristen! Great photos…. Love your work – thanks! So happy you loved these! How do you make them? Bright, bright, delicious, fruity color. Pretty much, this just makes me want to go on vacation. The slaw stays for a few days in the fridge too! I’m so happy they were a hit and I love your son’s comment :)! I will definitely check out your website! Between now and March 5 voting will take place to decide who is number one. Love your blog and your food…if you ever are seriously considering a trip to Hawaii, lemme know! In a 4 cup glass measuring cup or large bowl combine the pineapple juice, ginger, garlic, brown sugar, soy sauce, ketchup, sriracha and rice vinegar. The Pineapple Snow Pea Salsa is a quick tossing together of fresh pineapple, snow peas, red bell pepper, jalapeno, red onion, cilantro and lime juice – so fresh and bright and so ready to be piled on your Asian Pulled Pork Tacos! One of our flavors is Pineapple. It is no big deal, but just add as mush of the sauce as you want. . The slow cooker really locks in the moisture, so the sauce does not thicken much. I’ll just sneaks coconuts and pineapples. Don’t be so set in your ways, just get on board with it. We ship if you are interested. Oh, and I feel I should mention it is still snowing here. Hope I am not too late! Let me know what you try! The second time around I made a pork shoulder roast. The pork was delicious and the coconut rice and pineapple slaw was to die for with it! These look so good and yes we have a room you can visit us in Kailua, HI. I drained the pork after cooking in the crockpot & added it to the second half of the “sauce”. So glad you love this recipe so much! Haha, I am sorry!! Hi, to save some time, would it work to make the rice a day in advance? Thanks so much! Everyone, yes boys included, loved this. Remove the whole pot from the heat and slowly pour in half of the pineapple sauce + 2 cups water. Super Healthy Peanut Butter Date Special K-Bars. Asher and her two friends were pretty cute, pictures to follow. Everyone who try’s it…LOVE IT! Congrats on your blog, your photos are amazing , Thank you so much!! In an effort to make something a little different than your regular barbecue pulled pork and putting it on a bun, I went with TACOS. The whole family loved it. I’m so glad I get your emails so I can take an adventure in the kitchen trying something new. I just made this for my family and loved it. Also my wife is a vegetarian, she would love the slaw, but any grilled veggie recommendations that would go good with this. I love sweet and smoky flavors together and I think that pairs great with pork, so that’s how these tacos were born! I will adjust the recipe now, thanks so much for the heads up! I’d love these fajitas for dinner tonight; the pineapple slaw looks so good! Thanks Jessica! . Whisk together the pork "sauce" ingredients in a medium bowl (liquid smoke, hoisin, soy sauce, rice vinegar, crushed pineapple, pineapple preserves, garlic powder, and black pepper). I made this last night (sans the tortillas) and it was so flavorful and spicy in all the right ways.. my husband even instagrammed a photo of it (that is huge).