Chicken al Pastor

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Introducing Sheet Pan Chicken al Pastor to your Taco Tuesday rotation! Chicken soaks up an earthy, citrusy & sweet al pastor marinade made with orange juice, achiote, & spices, & bakes on a sheet pan with pineapple until completely juicy & tender. Finish under the broiler for a crisp & caramelly finish. Serve as tacos or make a rice bowl with all of your favorite fixings.

Easy, fast, flavorful & versatile!

A chicken al pastor taco on a speckled ceramic plate, topped with thinly sliced jalapeno & cotija cheese. The taco is surrounded by 3 other al pastor tacos, a small bowl of mashed avocado, fresh cilantro leaves & lime wedges.

The BEST Way to Make Chicken Al Pastor At Home – No Vertical Spit Necessary!

It’s no secret that we love tacos here at Plays Well With Butter. Over the years, I’ve become obsessed with recreating the flavors of my favorite taqueria tacos at home.

I’ve found one of the most home cook-friendly ways to do this is by using a trusted sheet pan to bake my taco meat or filling of choice in the oven and then finish under the broiler to crisp it up.

This exact method has allowed us to make our favorite chicken carnitas, pollo verde, and chicken fajitas at home without having access to the traditional equipment typically needed to achieve their signature crave-worthy flavors.

Tender and juicy chicken al pastor with crispy and caramelly edges is a restaurant-worthy taco dinner made at home!

So when it came to developing a chicken al pastor recipe and recreating my favorite restaurant al pastor, I knew I had to give this method a try.

This al pastor-marinated chicken bakes up on a sheet pan with pineapple until juicy and tender, and then it’s finely diced and finished under the broiler for a crisp and caramelly finish. It’s seriously so easy and downright craveable.

Homemade chicken al pastor?! Taco Tuesday will never be the same.

Side view of al pastor chicken taco, topped with chopped cilantro and cotija cheese, on a speckled ceramic plate. The taco sits atop a white plaster surface. In the foreground are another taco and a small white bowl of mashed avocado. In the background, more al pastor tacos and a small white bowl of pickled red onions.
This chicken al pastor is perfect for tacos, burrito bowls, salads, and more!

Blend Up A Homemade Al Pastor Marinade

At the heart of this chicken pastor is a simple al pastor marinade. Made with 10 simple ingredients in less than a minute (thanks to a blender!), the marinade is what gives the signature flavor and brilliant color of traditional al pastor to the chicken.

You will need…

  • Achiote paste – A key ingredient that gives al pastor its signature earthy flavor and bright red color. More about achiote below!
  • Orange juice and brown sugar – For a nice sweetness in the marinade that helps create crispy, caramelly edges as the chicken pastor cooks.
  • Apple cider vinegar – Just a splash, which helps offset the sweetness of the OJ and brown sugar.
  • Aromatics – Namely fresh garlic, chipotle peppers, ancho chili powder, cumin, and dried oregano.
Chicken thighs and thinly sliced onion marinate in al pastor marinade in a large glass mixing bowl atop a white plaster surface.
Soak chicken breasts or thighs in an earthy al pastor marinade for up to 3 days for vibrant color and delicious flavor!

What is achiote paste? Achiote is a seasoning made with ground annatto seeds. It is commonly used in Mexican and Central American cuisine. Achiote is earthy and bitter in flavor, giving traditional al pastor (in my experience) its signature flavor and color. You’ll most commonly find achiote available as a ground seasoning or as a paste, both of which you can easily find at your local Mexican market or online. I use achiote paste for this chicken al pastor. See the Recipe Notes below for some more details!

Marinade Time

The chicken can soak in the al pastor marinade for at least 6 hours and no more than 3 days.

How to Make Chicken al Pastor, Sheet Pan-Style!

Aside from the richly flavored al pastor marinade, the other kinda magical part of this chicken pastor recipe is that it’s a sheet pan recipe.

The chicken bakes until juicy and tender, then your oven’s broiler does its magic, creating crispy, caramelized bits that mimic street cart-style al pastor tacos. It is so good, and it couldn’t be easier!

al pastor-marinated chicken thighs & sliced onion on a silver quarter baking sheet with finely diced pineapple. The sheet pan sits atop a white plaster surface.
Marinated chicken, onion, and pineapple fill a single sheet pan for easy baking and even easier cleanup!
Baked al pastor chicken thighs & sliced onion on a silver quarter baking sheet with finely diced pineapple. The sheet pan sits atop a white plaster surface.
The chicken bakes until juicy and tender before it’s diced into bite-sized pieces and broiled.
1

Transfer the chicken to a sheet pan. Transfer the marinated chicken to a quarter baking sheet. Be sure to drain and discard any excess marinade so the chicken roasts evenly. Why? ⇢ Too much moisture can lead to steaming the chicken al pastor rather than roasting and will prevent the crispy texture we’re after. Lastly, pile on a few cups of finely diced pineapple, stirring to lightly coat it in the al pastor marinade.

2

Bake the chicken pastor. Pop the pan in the oven and bake until the chicken is just nearly cooked through. It takes about 15-18 minutes depending on the thickness of your chicken.

3

Dice the chicken intobite-sized pieces. Pro Tip! ⇢ I like to go for a really fine dice, matching the size of the finely diced pineapple. This makes it a little bit easier to stuff the chicken al pastor into tortillas!

4

Broil for caramelized al pastor chicken. Place the diced chicken back on the sheet pan with the pineapple. Pop it under the broiler for a few minutes, until the edges of the chicken and pineapple are beautifully browned and crispy. Seriously the easiest al pastor ever!

No Broiler? Try the Grill!

If you do not have a broiler in your oven (or if you don’t feel like turning on your oven for dinner), you can also create a similar smoky, crispy, caramelized effect using a grill or grill pan. Grill the al pastor chicken for 5-6 minutes per side, until cooked through. Easy!

Broiled al pastor chicken and pineapple on a small silver baking sheet atop a white plaster surface. A woman's hand reaches into the frame with small tongs, scooping up some of the al pastor chicken.
Ready in under an hour this smoky, charred al pastor chicken is the perfect weeknight dinner!

Step-by-Step Video

Serving Suggestions and Toppings

Ease and flavor aside, the other thing to love about this chicken al pastor recipe is its versatility.

You can use it to create any of your favorite Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes at home – chicken al pastor tacosburritosburrito bowlstaco saladsnachostostadas…you name it! The possibilities are truly endless.

A chicken al pastor taco on a speckled ceramic plate, topped with thinly sliced jalapeno & cotija cheese.
For tacos, warm up some tortillas and pile on the al pastor chicken with whatever other toppings you love most.
Chicken al pastor burrito bowl – al pastor chicken & pineapple served on rice with black beans, avocado, radish, jalapeno & cotija cheese in a gray speckled bowl. The bowl sits atop a white plaster surface next to a gray striped linen napkin, a small bowl of matchstick radish, lime wedges & fresh cilantro leaves.
For the perfect burrito bowl or salad, add salad greens to a bowl with rice or quinoa, black beans, caramelly al pastor chicken, and your favorite toppings!

No matter how you serve it be sure to load up on your favorite toppings! Here are a few ideas to get you started

  • Fresh veggies – Thinly sliced jalapeno, finely diced white onion or pickled red onions,  matchstick radishes, etc.
  • Queso fresco or shredded pepper jack, or sour cream or yogurt for extra tang. If you want a fun dairy-free sauce, try one of our three varieties of cashew crema!
  • Mashed avocado, or a big ol’ dollop of guacamole!
  • Loads of fresh lime juice and finely chopped cilantro
  • Salsa – Quick tip for my fellow Minneapolitans, I’ve been keeping my fridge stocked with a handful of fresh salsas from Vivir (in North East). They are so good!
Five chicken al pastor tacos on a white plaster surface. Two of the tacos are placed on small speckled ceramic plates. Surrounding the tacos are pickled red onions, mashed avocado, and fresh cilantro leaves.
Load on your favorite toppings for the ultimate taco night!

I’m seriously so excited for you to try this easy Chicken al Pastor recipe. I’m 100% obsessed with it, and I’m pretty sure you will be too.

If you do give it a try, be sure to let me know! Leave a comment with a star rating below. You can also snap a photo and tag @playswellwithbutter on Instagram. We LOVE seeing your PWWB creations! Happy cooking! ♡

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A chicken al pastor taco on a speckled ceramic plate, topped with thinly sliced jalapeno & cotija cheese. The taco is surrounded by 3 other al pastor tacos, a small bowl of mashed avocado, fresh cilantro leaves & lime wedges.

Easy Sheet Pan Chicken al Pastor Recipe

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  • Author: Jess Larson
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 40 minutes
  • Yield: serves 4
  • Category: Tacos, Burritos & Enchiladas Recipes, Main Dishes
  • Method: Sheet Pan, Baked
  • Cuisine: Mexican & Tex-Mex
  • Diet: Gluten Free

Description

Sheet Pan Chicken al Pastor! Made with an earthy, citrusy and sweet al pastor marinade and baked on a sheet pan with pineapple until completely juicy and tender. Finish under the broiler for a craveable crisp and caramelly finish. Great for chicken al pastor tacos, burritos, burrito bowls, nachos, and more. Easy, fast, flavorful and versatile!


Ingredients

Scale
  • 1 ½ pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs (see Recipe Notes)
  • ½ yellow onion, thinly sliced
  • al pastor marinade, below
  • 2 cups finely diced pineapple
  • for serving, as desired: charred corn tortillas, cilantro lime rice, black beans, Mexican crema or cashew crema, pickled red onions, freshly chopped cilantro, queso fresco or cheese of choice, salsa of choice, lime wedges, etc.

for the al pastor marinade:

  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 23 chipotle peppers, from a can packed in adobo sauce
  • ½ cup orange juice
  • 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar (or honey, or agave)
  • 1 tablespoon achiote paste (see Recipe Notes)
  • 1 tablespoon ancho chili powder
  • 1 teaspoon ground cumin
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1 ½ teaspoons kosher salt

Instructions

  1. Prep the al pastor marinade and marinate the chicken: Add all listed marinade ingredients to a blender. Blend until combined. Add the chicken thighs and thinly sliced yellow onion to a large bowl. Pour the al pastor marinade over top and toss to combine. Marinate in the refrigerator (covered) for at least 6 hours or up to 3 days.Chicken thighs and thinly sliced onion marinate in al pastor marinade in a large glass mixing bowl atop a white plaster surface.
  2. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F, arranging the oven racks such that one is in the center of the oven and one is 6-8 inches under the broil. Line a large rimmed baking sheet with foil for easy clean up, as desired, and set aside.
  3. Bake the chicken: Transfer the marinated chicken and onions to the prepared baking sheet, draining and any excess marinade. Add the diced pineapple to the baking sheet. Toss to combine with the chicken and onions, spooning a little extra al pastor marinade into the mix as necessary to coat the pineapple with the sauce. Bake on the center rack for 15 minutes. The chicken should be nearly cooked through. Remove the chicken from the oven to chop, and meanwhile preheat the broiler.  al pastor-marinated chicken thighs and sliced onion on a silver quarter baking sheet with finely diced pineapple. The sheet pan sits atop a white plaster surface.
  4. Dice the chicken al pastor: Transfer the chicken to a cutting board and carefully chop the chicken into bite-sized pieces. Place the chopped chicken pastor back on the baking sheet. Baked al pastor chicken thighs and sliced onion on a silver quarter baking sheet with finely diced pineapple. The sheet pan sits atop a white plaster surface.
  5. Broil for crispy chicken al pastorPlace the baking sheet under the broiler. Broil 4-5 minutes, turning the pan halfway through, until the al pastor chicken are browned and slightly crisp. Broiled al pastor chicken, onion, and pineapple on a silver quarter baking sheet. The sheet pan sits atop a white plaster surface.
  6. Serve: Place the crispy chicken pastor in tortillas for tacos or a bowl with rice and beans for burrito bowls, finishing with your favorite taco night toppings of choice: sour cream/Mexican crema, pickled red onions, cilantro, etc. Enjoy! Overhead view of chicken al pastor tacos, pressed together side-by-side on a white plaster surface. The tacos are surrounded by fresh cilantro leaves, lime wedges, and mashed avocado and pickled red onions in separate white bowls.

Notes

  • Can I use boneless, skinless chicken breasts instead? Yes. I prefer using chicken thighs in this recipe since they’re flavorful and stay really nice and juicy through roasting + broiling, but you can swap them out with breasts if you prefer. Either pound the breasts out flat or cut them in half lengthwise (butterflied) to ensure they roast up evenly. Skip broiling (Step 5), as the breast meat will dry out.
  • What is Achiote paste? Achiote is a seasoning commonly used in Mexican and Central American cuisine. Achiote is made with ground annatto seed, which is earthy and bitter in flavor and gives traditional al pastor (in my experience) its signature flavor and color. You’ll most commonly find achiote available as a ground seasoning or as a paste, both of which you can easily find at your local Mexican market. It’s also readily available online. If you’re in a pinch, you can easily make a quick achiote substitute using pantry ingredients, but if you’re serious about replicating the signature flavor of al pastor, I highly suggest stocking up on some achiote. 
  • Storage and freezing: Leftover chicken al pastor will keep, stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator, for up to 4 days. It’s also a wonderful freezer staple since you can easily thaw it out and use it on tacos, nachos, taco salads, burrito bowls, etc. for an easy dinner down the road. To freeze, transfer cooled chicken al pastor to a freezer bag or container. (These are my absolute favorite!) Freeze for up to 3 months. Defrost by placing in the refrigerator overnight to thaw, or by submerging the freezer bag/container in room temp water for 20-25 minutes.
  • 15-Minute Meal Prep: Nearly all of the active prep work for this sheet pan chicken comes from prepping the marinade and chopping the onion/pineapple. Get it all done in advance to get a head start on your chicken al pastor – it’ll take 15 minutes, tops:
    • Thinly slice 1/2 yellow onion, storing in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
    • Peel, core and finely dice 1 pineapple, storing in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. You’ll need 2 cups diced for your chicken al pastor. You can use the rest in other dishes or for snacking throughout the week, or freeze for later.
    • Prep the marinade according to Step 1 of Recipe Directions, above. Store in a jar or airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Marinate the chicken and onion for at least 6 hours prior to cooking or up to 3 days.

Recipe & Food Styling by Jess Larson, Plays Well With Butter | Photography by Rachel Cook, Half Acre House.

Overhead view of chicken al pastor tacos, pressed together side-by-side on a white plaster surface. The tacos are surrounded by fresh cilantro leaves, lime wedges, & mashed avocado & pickled red onions in separate white bowls.

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  1. 5.28.24
    Rose said:

    Delicious! I used chicken breasts (scored them on both sides so the marinade would really soak in) and grilled them, along with half an onion and the pineapple. And then I chopped everything up and mixed it all together. The char from the grill was great! My son said they were better than chipotle. 🙂






    • 5.30.24
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Better than Chipotle is the highest compliment!! So happy to hear your family loved this chicken as much as we do!

  2. 4.10.24
    Ranee said:

    Absolutely delicious! Made it today in my Ninja Combi.






    • 4.11.24
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      So happy to hear you enjoyed it, Ranee!

      • 4.12.24
        Ranee said:

        I also shared it on a FB Ninja Combi group.

        • 4.15.24
          Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

          Thanks so much for sharing, Ranee!

  3. 4.2.24
    Mary S said:

    Yum, yum, YUM! My husband said this is one of the best things I’ve ever cooked; neither of us wanted to put our forks down haha! I was worried about the spice level for my toddler so I only used 1 chipotle, but I think it was definitely a little lacking as a result. I’ll definitely do 2 chiles next time!






    • 4.3.24
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Mary, so happy to hear that you and your family enjoyed the Chicken al Pastor! We definitely recommend 2-3 chiles for a bigger pop of flavor. Thanks for the review! 🙂

  4. 2.20.24
    adamelvin said:

    thank you for sharing. i will try it this weekend






    • 2.21.24
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Make sure to let us know what you think! 🙂

  5. 2.8.24
    Kathrine said:

    I made this for a party yesterday. It was soooooo good. Heads up, it is a bit spicy, but oh my goodness delicious. Will make again. Excellent with fresh pineapple salsa






    • 2.8.24
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Kathrine, so happy to hear that these tacos were a hit for your party! The fresh pineapple salsa sound like a perfect addition, too! 🙂

  6. 8.22.23
    Chris said:

    Making these tonight for the 1st time and they already look soooo good.






  7. 7.3.23
    Lindsay said:

    This is literally the best thing I’ve ever made. This is soooo delicious with a crispy corn tortilla and cilantro. Honestly its amazing by itself too. The recipe was easy to follow, quick, and fun.

    • 7.5.23
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Such high praise! Thank you so much, Lindsay, we’re so happy to hear you loved this chicken!

  8. 5.30.23
    Sharon Korpi said:

    Tried this yesterday and it came out GREAT! Made Cilantro Lime Rice to go with it. This recipe is definitely a keeper and one I will make often!






    • 5.31.23
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Thanks so much for the kind review, Sharon! So glad to hear you loved the chicken!

  9. 5.17.23
    Olivia Martens said:

    This recipe is dynamite!! Chipotle just came out with al pastor chicken, and ever since trying it, I knew I had to make it. This recipe is incredible and blows Chiptoles chicken out of the park. I easily found the achiote paste at a local Mexican grocery store and it was well worth the trip. This will be a regular recipe made in my household. Thanks for sharing!!

    • 5.18.23
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      “Better than Chipotle” is the absolute highest praise! So glad you enjoyed the al pastor, Olivia!! 🙂

  10. 5.5.23

    I made this for Cinco de Mayo; and, it was awesome. I do try to cook/make an assortment of Mexican/Hispanic dishes throughout the year for something different on my plate. This is the first time I ever tried Chicken al Pastor. It won’t be the last. I made tacos with it which included toppings of pico de gallo, sour cream, lettuce and queso fresco.

    Now for the answer to a couple of questions I noticed under comments. If you cannot find achiote paste, the best powdered seasoning to use is Sazon Goya seasoing with culiandro and annato(corriander and achiote). The seasoning comes in individual packets that season enough dishes for 2-4 people per pack. So, if you are making this dish for two, you use one packet of seasoning.

    Thanks.






    • 5.8.23
      Emma @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Eric, so glad to hear you loved the chicken al pastor!!

  11. 3.16.23
    Antonia Daniele said:

    Can you use pineapple juice instead of orange juice?

    • 3.16.23
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Antonia! We like the natural sweetness in orange juice and have never tested pineapple juice but it should work. Please be sure to use canned pineapple juice as fresh pineapple juice has enzymes that will break down protein like chicken & will not be suitable for the marinade time required for the recipe. Hope that helps & let us know if you give it a try!

  12. 2.11.23
    Kim said:

    Excited to try this. Do you think the marinade would do well with cauliflower or mushrooms instead of chicken? Looking for a non-meat option if possible.

    • 2.13.23
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Kim! Cauliflower & mushrooms should work well with this al pastor marinade you’d may want to adjust the oven temperature slightly & vegetable roasting times & watch carefully to make sure the veggies don’t get too crisp but the texture you should be able to achieve with cauliflower & mushrooms (or even sweet potatoes!) would be a great non-meat option. Let us know if you need additional guidance & if you give it a try!

  13. 6.3.22
    Dana said:

    Hi! Can I use frozen pineapple (thawed) for this recipe?

    • 6.3.22
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Dana! Thawed from frozen pineapple should work just fine, just be sure to drain off any excess liquid from the thawing process & you should be good to go!

      • 6.5.22
        Dana said:

        Awesome, thanks for the quick response! Also – we can only find achiote powder at our local store (no paste) – can we use that instead?

        • 6.6.22
          Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

          Hi Dana! You’re so welcome! In regards to the achiote substitute, we’ve never tested this recipe with achiote powder but can recommend another quick achiote paste substitute that uses pantry ingredients here. Let us know how it goes!

  14. 1.2.22
    Lauren R said:

    I love traditional al pastor but I don’t tend to make pork at home so I was so excited to try this chicken version. I made these for New Year’s Eve and they were a huge hit! So flavorful! The best part was that most of the work is done in advance (and it’s so easy) so it’s great for having people over. For taco toppings I had fresh jalapeños, cilantro, sour cream, tomatillo salsa, guacamole and pickled red onions. I am definitely making these again soon!






    • 1.4.22

      Sounds like an epic taco feast, Lauren! I’m so glad you enjoyed & happy to hear that you’re going to make them again soon. Happy cooking! xx

  15. 8.10.21
    Anna said:

    I never ever ever thought I would like pineapple on tacos but after trying this recipe I clearly thought wrong. The flavor is incredible and sticking the chicken back in the oven after dicing it really gives it extra flavor and texture. Keeping this recipe bookmarked!






  16. 8.6.21
    Greg said:

    I can’t find achiote paste but I can get the achiote powder. Would I still use 1 Tbsp?

    • 2.22.22
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Greg! We’ve never tested this recipe with achiote powder but can recommend another quick achiote paste substitute that uses pantry ingredients here. Let us know how it goes!

  17. 8.3.21
    Rachel Colvin said:

    I want to take a bath in this marinade. I was SHOCKED at how delicious the marinade smelled in my blender as soon as it was thrown together. Instant flavor that will make your mouth water. Waiting for the chicken to marinade is the ultimate test of patience!






  18. 6.12.21
    Shelly C said:

    Omg! I have not made this yet but I did just make your Cauliflower sweet potato black bean tacos! With that amazing sauce! I do not know you, but you are my new favorite person! Where have you been my entire life 😂 I’m soo glad I found your recipes! Truly amazing! This one is getting made next ❤️






    • 6.20.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Shelly! Thank you so much for checking out PWWB & trying our recipes – it means so much! We agree the Chipotle Lime Crema is a total game changer! Let us know how things go with the Chicken al Pastor & also be sure to check out our other easy cashew crema recipes here!

  19. 5.23.21
    kristin said:

    Hey Jess! What would you say the slickness level is on these? Kid friendly? I’ve never used achiote. 🙂 Thanks!!

    • 5.23.21

      Hey Kristin! I wouldn’t say these are spicy as much as they are spiced, if that distinction makes sense. Achiote is mild, but has a real earthy quality. If your kids have somewhat adventurous palettes or they like Mexican food, it would be worth a try! If not, leave theirs plainer & make a fun meal for the adults with the marinade. Or, you can try these sheet pan chicken carnitas, which has a really similar preparation & likely a more kid-friendly flavor profile.

  20. 4.13.21
    Rebecca Dale said:

    So delicious Jess! We made these last night and loved them. We had pickled red onions and some cotija cheese to top our taco’s with and it was a delicious combo. Will definitely be making these again soon!






    • 5.3.21

      I’m SO glad to hear it!!! Pickled red onions & cotija cheese are the perfect toppings, too. Thanks for leaving a comment, Rebecca! xx