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SMOKED PORK SHOULDER
Getting pork to cook just right can be a bit of a challenge at first. While still excellent, this is an easier way to prepare pork shoulder. There is no hassle, and best of all it retains that tasty aroma to it when it starts to sizzle and cook.
5 ½ Hours
Charcoal, Soaked Wood Chips
- 1 (5-6 lb.) pork shoulder or Boston butt pork roast
- 2 tsp. salt
- Sweet BBQ Sauce
1 Sprinkle the salt over your pork shoulder. Cover it up and chill it in the fridge for half an hour.
2 Place the pork inside the smoker directly in the center. Cover it up and leave your ventilation holes open on the smoker.
3 Allow the meat to cook for five and a half hours. The internal temperature of your pork should be 165 degrees. Turn the pork over for the last two hours of its smoking.
4 Once you’ve removed the pork, give it a few minutes to cool. Chop it up and serve with sweet BBQ sauce.
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