Panko Crusted Pork Street Tacos

If you’re looking for some delicious Panko Crusted Pork Street Tacos, you’re about to treat your taste buds to ones that they’ll never forget!

Street tacos are so good. And while the word “street” in front of taco may seem a bit confusing, I assure you it’s just a fancy way that I’m giving myself permission to walk around and eat my taco rather than sit down and enjoy it. Seriously, it’s fun. Walking and eating a taco is one thing that I challenge you all to!

pork street tacos

And while I’m a lover of all things taco, this Panko Crusted Street Taco recipe has me hooked. There’s just something about the crunch that has me coming back for more time and time again.

The boys even love how unique it is and tastes because it’s like eating a hard taco wrapped up in a soft shell. Mind blown, right?!

Next time you’re craving some good old tacos, this recipe needs to be on your radar!

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Pork Street Tacos

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Keep in mind that this recipe is totally versatile so you can change it up and add in any fun ingredients that you’d like!

Ingredients to make delicious street tacos:

  • 1 piece of Pork (we used pork tenderloin, but any cut of pork that is bone-free could work)
  • 2 cups panko crumbs
  • salt and pepper
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 corn tortillas
  • 1 tablespoon avocado oil
  • toppings to taste (we used lettuce, hot sauce, everything bagel seasoning, chives)

How to make homemade street tacos:

breaded pork

Start by making certain that your pork is thawed completely if you happened to have it frozen.

Crack open your two eggs, whisk and beat them, then set aside.

On a plate or other large surface, pour out your two cups of panko crumbs and set aside.

Add your oil to a skillet and turn the stove on medium high heat to get it hot.

Next, it’s time to tenderize your pork. (You’re really wanting to flatten it out and make it thinner here so if you have a meat tenderizer, really give it some good whacks!)

Once it’s nice and thin, take your piece of pork and dop it in the beaten egg mix quickly, flipping and covering both sides.

Immediately take your egg covered pork and lay it on the panko crumbs then flip and cover the other side.

panko street tacosOnce your piece of pork is covered with panko crumbs, take and place in the skillet and fry it up.

(You’re going to want to watch and flip so the panko crumbs don’t burn. The times can vary here but flipping it a couple of times is always a good option. The outside of the panko crumbs should be a nice golden brown and you’ll want to use a meat thermometer to taste the internal temperature of the pork. Once the internal temperature reaches at least 145 degrees, you can then pull and let rest!)

Once it’s removed from the stovetop, take a knife and cut it into strips. Lay out your corn tortilla, add your toppings for your taco, then lay your panko pork strips across the top.

street tacos tortillasServe and enjoy!

pork street tacos recipe

Panko Crusted Pork Street Tacos

Savory Panko Crusted Pork Street Tacos is a fun and easy recipe to whip up for dinner. Crispy pork, taco toppings all at your fingertips. 
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Servings 4 people

Ingredients
  

  • 1 piece of Pork (we used pork tenderloin, but any cut of pork that is bone-free could work)
  • 2 cups panko crumbs
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 corn tortillas
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 tablespoon avocado oil
  • toppings to taste (we used lettuce, hot sauce, everything bagel seasoning, chives)

Instructions
 

  • Start by making certain that your pork is thawed completely if you happened to have it frozen.
  • Crack open your two eggs, whisk and beat them, then set aside.
  • On a plate or other large surface, pour out your two cups of panko crumbs and set aside. 
  • Add your oil to a skillet and turn the stove on medium high heat to get it hot. 
  • Next, it's time to tenderize your pork. (You're really wanting to flatten it out and make it thinner here so if you have a meat tenderizer, really give it some good whacks!)
  • Once it's nice and thin, take your piece of pork and dop it in the beaten egg mix quickly, flipping and covering both sides. 
  • Immediately take your egg covered pork and lay it on the panko crumbs then flip and cover the other side. 
  • Once your piece of pork is covered with panko crumbs, take and place in the skillet and fry it up. (You're going to want to watch and flip so the panko crumbs don't burn. The times can vary here but flipping it a couple of times is always a good option. The outside of the panko crumbs should be a nice golden brown and you'll want to use a meat thermometer to taste the internal temperature of the pork. Once the internal temperature reaches at least 145 degrees, you can then pull and let rest!)
  • Once it's removed from the stovetop, take a knife and cut it into strips. Lay out your corn tortilla, add your toppings for your taco, then lay your panko pork strips across the top. 
Keyword pork tacos, street tacos

pork street tacos recipeSee how amazing that sounds! So, what do you say?

Are you craving a street taco now?!!

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