Burrito Pibil Pork is just delicious! If you are a burrito lover, this is the recipe for you. Today we are presenting a burrito packed with shredded pork in a unique sweet, spicy-earthy pibil sauce.
- 1 jar KanKun Pibil
- 500 g pork shoulder
- 1 red onion, thinly sliced
- 1 lime, juiced
- 4 flour tortilla
- 1 cup of rice
- 1/4 x 30g pack coriander, roughly chopped
- 1 red onion finely sliced
- salad leaves, sliced tomato, guacamole
For the pork pibil:
- Add some vegetable oil in a medium sized sauce pan, add the onions a sauté until cook, add the pork, stir for 1 minute.
- Add 1 jar of KanKun Pibil, add ¼ of water. Bring to the boil, cover over and reduce heat to medium and cook for 50 minutes or until the pork is cooked through (you can also use a slow cooker or the grilled). Check during the cooking process to make sure it does not get dry, add some more water if needed.
- Remove the pork on to a cutting board. Shred the pork.
- Return the shredded pork to the sauce pan, and cook and stir for 5 minutes or longer.
- Do not allow to get too dry the consistency should be moisture.
- Warm the flour tortillas, spread guacamole, filled the tortilla with the rice, salad leaves, tomato, pork pibil and onions.
- Do not make it too full otherwise, you will not be able to close the tortilla.
- Close the wrap in a burrito style.
- Enjoy burrito pork pibil mmm!
If you ever wanted to cook the popular Pibil at home, but you were put off by the lengthy process and the sourcing of the long list of ingredients, you will be pleased to know that you can now buy it in a jar. KanKun wants to make Mexican food simple and convenient while still holding the traditional and authenticity of Mexican street food flavors.
It has never been so simple to cook burrito pork pibil, cochinita pibil tacos, at home.
KanKun Pibil cooking sauce delivers a sensational fruity, and spicy flavour with delicious citric notes brought by the combination of oranges, dried chillies and the annatto paste. This sauce has a beautiful intense brick colour brought by the annatto paste, called by the Aztecs “Achiote”. Pibil can be used to marinade pork, beef, chicken and fish.