Pineapple Coleslaw Pork Street Tacos featuring Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin is a delicious meal idea to serve for summer BBQs, weeknight meals, and parties. We are making ours for the Fourth of July to pair with other Hatfield® pork products. This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SummerItUpWithHatfield #SimplyHatfield #CollectiveBias
Summer is all about the grill, but sometimes the weather does not cooperate. And other times, mixing things up is also fun! I love to enjoy meats like Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin any time of year. Their products have proven to be delicious either baked, pan-fried, or grilled.
Hatfield® meats are my favorite pork shortcut because their products contain ethically raised pork, are gluten-free, quick, convenient, and are perfect for celebrating occasions like Fourth of July. The marinated products take all the prep out with seasoning and make cooking easy, peasy!
Lately, I am all about quick meals that are easy to prep with fresh flavors. I love the convenience of marinated meats so the Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin in honey chipotle flavor was PERFECT for my Pineapple Coleslaw Pork Street Tacos.
A little heat, and some sweet are what I am talking about! Seriously though, I love sweet & savory meals so much so these pork street tacos are perfect for that! The delicious, smoky flavor paired with the hint of sweet is such a match made in foodie heaven!
Ingredients for Pork Street Tacos
- Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin in Honey Chipotle
- Small flour tortillas
- Red onion
- Pineapple Coleslaw
How to Make Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin in the Oven
While grilling is a great option for pork tenderloin, we decided to oven bake this batch because of the rain. The good news is it was easy and took about 30 minutes to do! The folks at Hatfield® have a pork tenderloin cooking guide on their site that I followed for oven baking.
I set the oven to 375 degree fahrenheit, and placed the tenderloin in a deep walled baking dish. I covered it with heavy duty foil and baked it for 20 minutes covered. Then, I uncovered it and baked it for another 10 minutes which it needed to get the internal temperature of 145 degree f.
Shredding Pork Tenderloin
Before shredding, I allowed it to rest for 10 minutes to cool a bit and then used two forks to shred the meat. I mixed around any additional juices with the meat to get every ounce of flavor and moisture available.
How to Make Pineapple Coleslaw
Making pineapple coleslaw was a first for me. I have always loved adding grilled pineapple to my pork tacos and coleslaw. So, I figured I would combine the two.
I used bagged coleslaw mix, 3 tablespoons of mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon of red pepper sauce, salt, onion powder, pepper, and 1 large can of drained crushed pineapple. Add all those ingredients to a large bowl, and mix thoroughly. I recommend chilling for at least 1 hour for the flavors to meld.
How to Heat Flour Tortillas
If you are making multiple pork tacos and need several flour tortillas to be heated, simply heat a large griddle or skillet. You do not need any extra butter or oil. Just place the tortillas over the heat for about 20 seconds per side. Repeat until the are all done. This gives the tacos extra toasted flavor.
Pineapple Coleslaw Pork Street Tacos Additional Veggies
Since these tacos have plenty of flavor I added a few additional veggies that would complement the flavors. Red onion, chopped tomato, green onion, and avocado were my choices. I feel like these veggies balanced the sweet and savory without overpowering the dish.
I love how all the elements of these pork tacos can be made/prepped ahead of time for quick and easy eating during your next meal or Fourth of July celebration. If you prep your avocado ahead of time be sure to add lime juice to prevent browning. Simply toss in the lime juice and the citric acid will protect it.
We found our Hatfield® Marinated Pork Tenderloin at Stop & Shop.
It was near the butcher counter. Stop & Shop has a variety of Hatfield products.
Autumn Murray says
You had me at tacos! I’ve never made this kind of taco before but I will try your recipe as it looks delicious and easy to make!
Wow, love your take on tacos. They look so good and simple!
Amazing in-depth recipe! Love the photos. Your posts always make me hungry.
Lora Frost says
Tacos and pineapple. Two of my favorite things! Adding to my menu for next week. Thank you for sharing, can’t wait to try these. They sound and look delicious.
Foodie Finds Home says
You had me at pineapple! I love to entertain and will be having guests over for the 4th of July. I believe that this dish would make an excellent summer treat for my company. I can’t wait to share this with them.
That is a good twist on a taco recipe. Sounds like a real crowd pleaser.
Wendy Polisi says
Oh my goodness, these made me drool. They sound so good, and I can’t wait to give them a whirl!
I love quick meals that are easy to prepare, plus everything with avocado! Looks like such a great taco recipe, will try it this weekend!
Ntensibe Edgar Michael says
Hhhhhmmmm….this is my next taco-meal! I must try it out.
Emman Damian says
Pineapple Coleslaw Pork Street Tacos (with Hatfield® Pork) is a perfect Taco Tuesday meal for me! I’ll gather the ingredients and make it tonight. It sounds so delicious! I’ll share it to my colleagues.
Viktoria Altman says
This look so easy even I could make it. And delicious enough that even my kids would eat it :)). I love it will try this recipe out!
Marcos K. says
Curse you and your amazing photos! in a good way.
I’m so buying the ingredients today and eating tacos tonight, thanks for sharing!
Elia Garrison says
These look so absolutley amazing! I can’t wait to try this recipe!
Mmmm drooling! This meat looks and sounds really good and now I’d love to try these tacos! Maybe for tomorrow’s dinner!
My mom loves coleslaw. I’ll have to mention this one to her, I bet it has a really unique flavor blend and i think she’d really enjoy it.
I only thought I’d had good tacos! I love the flavors here. The avocado is a really nice touch.