These pineapple and pork enchiladas put a Hawaiian twist on a Mexican cuisine classic. From How Sweet It Is, the Roasted Pork and Caramelized Pineapple Enchiladas are best served with margaritas and an extra large side of guacamole. The recipe calls for delicious ingredients like pork butt or pork shoulder, cubed fresh pineapple, homemade chipotle enchilada sauce and grated white cheddar cheese. It's also topped with added fresh cilantro, sour cream, avocado and extra pineapple.
If you have been suffering with a serious case of the winter blues, these island-inspired pork enchiladas provide a form of food-based escapism. Although the recipe is described by food blogger Jessica as being high maintenance (the pork needs marinating, roasting, stuffing and baking), the enchiladas are well worth the effort.
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