Combine the ingredients: brown sugar, food coloring, soy sauce, garlic, pinepple juice and salt in a mixing bowl.
Put the sliced pork in the bowl and rub the mixture liberally on all sides of the pork.
You can either use a zip bag and put all the pork and mixture or in a tupperware container for curing the pork.
Put inside a refrigerator and cure for 2 to 3 days.
After curing the pork, you can either fry or grill it. Heat at least 4 tablespoons of cooking oil.
Fry the tocino at least 3 minutes on each sides until browned on medium to high heat or until cooked.
Don't overcook because it will become too dry and tough.
Serve with fried egg and fried rice or java rice