This is my homemade version of Yucatán-style pork pibil tacos!
This homemade Pork Pibil Tacos recipe was inspired by my Mexican roots. This is usually prepared in a Pib, a hole filled with heated stones, on top of which pork or chicken meat is wrapped in banana leaves and cooked for hours. This cooking method was once prevalent throughout the state of Yucatán.
This is an easy homemade version prepared in a Dutch oven, loaded with achiote paste and citrus juices, that's ideal for a taco night.
While you cook the pork you can also prepare a traditional spicy salsa that pairs perfect with this recipe.
1cup achiote paste
1cup fresh lime juice
1cup fresh orange juice
1 1⁄3cups white vinegar
3tablespoons dried oregano
4teaspoons kosher salt
4pound boneless pork shoulder cut into 2-inch pieces