Pork Adobo with Pineapple

Level up your Pork Adobo with pineapple! This delicious twist on the Filipino classic dish is easy to make and sure to be a crowd favorite. The sweet and salty medley of flavors is the perfect match for piping-hot steamed rice!

Table Of Contents

  • Cooking tips
  • How to serve
  • Storing leftovers
  • More pork recipes

I believe with few adjustments, we can easily turn everyday meals such as adobo or binagoongan (a delicious twist coming up next!) into party fare fancy enough for company.

A case in point is this pork adobo recipe with pineapple. A simple addition of pineapple juice and chunks takes it from a simple dinner dish to a meal worthy of guests.

With succulent pork pieces and juicy pineapples swimming in a gloriously sweet and salty sauce, it’s sure to impress family and friends!

Cooking Tips

  • I like to use pork butt for a good mix of meat and fat but feel free to swap with pork loin if you prefer a leaner cut, or pork belly if you want a generous layer of fat.
  • Cut the meat in uniform size to ensure even cooking.
  • Sear the pork on medium-high heat until lightly browned. This extra step of caramelizing the meat brings tons of flavor.

How to serve

Pineapple pork adobo is delicious as a main dish for lunch or dinner. Serve with steamed rice for a satisfying meal!

Storing leftovers

  • The dish can be prepped ahead and makes a great addition to meal planning. Allow to cool completely and transfer to a container with a tight-fitting lid. Refrigerate for up to 3 days or freeze for up to 3 months.
  • Reheat in a saucepan over medium heat to an internal temperature of 165 F or in the microwave at 2 to 3-minute intervals until completely heated through.

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