Tacos al Pastor

AuthorEmily G.
Rating
Yields8 Servings
 2 lbs pork tenderloin
 ½ cup BBQ rub
 2 pineapplescored and sliced
 12 corn tortillas
 1 cup chopped onions
 ½ cup chopped cilantro
1

Slice your pork tenderloin into filets. Sprinkle and dry rub the filets with your BBQ rub.

2

Core and slice one pineapple, leaving the other pineapple whole. Cut the bottom off of the whole pineapple and put it on the rotisserie spear. Start building your rotisserie but alternating between 2 pork filet and 1 pineapple slice.

3

Once you've run out of pork, cut another top slice off of the whole pineapple and add it to the end of your rotisserie.

4

Light your grill on the outside burners and the smoker burner on high. Add your woodchips into the smoker burner. Close the lid and let the temperature rise to 375 degrees.

5

Once your grill has reached 375 degrees, place your rotisserie on the grill.

6

Once your pork is completely cooked, remove your rotisserie from your grill. Place on a large cutting board and shave it off of the rotisserie with a chef's knife. Chop the meat and pineapple pieces to fit better in your tortilla.

7

Grab a tortilla and add the pork, pineapple, onion, and cilantro. Enjoy!

CategoryMain Dish, SidesCuisineAmericanCooking MethodGrillingTags#grill, #grilling, #weber

Ingredients

 2 lbs pork tenderloin
 ½ cup BBQ rub
 2 pineapplescored and sliced
 12 corn tortillas
 1 cup chopped onions
 ½ cup chopped cilantro

Directions

1

Slice your pork tenderloin into filets. Sprinkle and dry rub the filets with your BBQ rub.

2

Core and slice one pineapple, leaving the other pineapple whole. Cut the bottom off of the whole pineapple and put it on the rotisserie spear. Start building your rotisserie but alternating between 2 pork filet and 1 pineapple slice.

3

Once you've run out of pork, cut another top slice off of the whole pineapple and add it to the end of your rotisserie.

4

Light your grill on the outside burners and the smoker burner on high. Add your woodchips into the smoker burner. Close the lid and let the temperature rise to 375 degrees.

5

Once your grill has reached 375 degrees, place your rotisserie on the grill.

6

Once your pork is completely cooked, remove your rotisserie from your grill. Place on a large cutting board and shave it off of the rotisserie with a chef's knife. Chop the meat and pineapple pieces to fit better in your tortilla.

7

Grab a tortilla and add the pork, pineapple, onion, and cilantro. Enjoy!

Tacos al Pastor

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