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BBQ Smoker, Pulled Pork Recipe

August 28, 2014
BBQ Smoker, Pulled Pork Recipe

All around Australia, cafes, pubs and restaurants are cooking pulled pork.

From pulled pork sliders to pulled pork nachos, it’s the new rage. However, how many are capturing that great smokey profile?

If you own a Yoder YS Pellet Grill, then you are ahead of the rest!

Cooking Pulled Pork for you should be an absolute breeze & the results, just like the competition BBQers cook in the US!

BBQ Smoker Pulled Pork

The below recipe is from

Start with a Pork Shoulder prepared Boston Butt style (Large bone left in, small bones removed, skin off and fat trimmed off ) Berkshire is one of the best we have in Australia.

Pork Roast

You will probably have to finish trimming it yourself to remove the rest of the fat

Inject the Pork Shoulder with Mad Hunky Pork Brine, Apple Juice or Apple Cider (until it wont take any more)

Pork with Apple Cider

Apply a little American Yellow Mustard & sprinkle with Mad Hunky General Purpose Rub (or a BBQ rub of your choice)

Pork with BBQ Rub

Cover your Heat Management Plate with Alfoil & insert your Heavy Duty Chrome Cooking Grates.

Set your Yoder to 225F / 105C.

Pork being cooked

Take out & place on at least 2 large sheets of Alfoil

Roast pork being cooled

Apply Brown Sugar & Honey to the top of the Pork, tightly wrap & place back into the Yoder.

roast pork being basted

When you can slide a skewer into the Pork as easily as you would into soft butter (internal temperature of around 203F) it is finished cooking & should be placed into an empty Esky with the lid on to rest, still wrapped in Alfoil.

Rest for between 1 – 2 hours.

After resting place in a dish & use Meat Rakes to “Pull” the Pork.

Pulled roast pork

The Pulled Pork should have a lovely gentle smoky aroma.

This delicious smokey pulled pork can be enjoyed with a beutiful fresh garden salad and is delicious in a brioche bun with an asian-style coleslaw! Enjoy!

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