Smoked Pulled Pork

Smoked Pulled Pork


This is easily one of my best smoking victories. Smoked Pulled Pork is the easiest thing you will ever make and you can use it so many ways!


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We love to smoke at our house everything from Brisket, Ribs to Turkey, and Pulled Pork. When doing smoking there are so many tips and tricks you can find online and there are so many opinions on the right or wrong way. I’m going to tell you what I did and then you can try it or not.

It was super flavorful and juicy and we loved it. Not to mention we had pulled pork sandwiches the other day and then had nachos with the leftovers. You can also used them for tacos too! It’s really very versatile for dinner. When you’re smoking 7 lbs of pork shoulder it’s a great way to use the meat without it going to waste. 




Smoked Pulled Pork


  • 7 to 10 lb Pork Shoulder
  • Mustard
  • Kosher Salt
  • Favorite Rub (I used Jack’d Brisket Rub)
  • Butter
  • Brown Sugar
  • Honey
  • Apple Cider for spritzing (optional)


Smoked Pulled Pork


  1. Get your favorite smoker running steady at 225 degrees F. Your favorite pellet blend. 
  2. Grab some nitrile gloves and liberally coat the pork shoulder with mustard.
  3. Season on all sides with your favorite rub, kosher salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Once the pork has been prepped, place it directly on the grill grates of the smoker (preferably fat side up). Close the lid, and smoke for 15-20 hours, or until the internal temperature of the pork reaches 195-201 degrees F. We spritzed every other hour. There may be a stall period around 165 degrees, lots of smoker people say just to push through. I did not. I wrapped it after about 2 hours at 165 degrees. When I wrapped it in foil, I spritzed it with the apple cider, then put about 4 tablespoons of butter 1/2 cup of brown sugar and then drizzled with honey on the top. Wrap up tight. Since it was raining and it was wrapped, I finished it in my oven at 225, until it reached between 195 and 201 degrees. 
  5. Once your pork has reached temperature, remove it from the smoker or oven, and wrap it tightly in aluminum foil. Allow the roast to rest for at least an hour.
  6. Once your pork has had time to rest, grab some forks and shred. Enjoy, whatever way you like your pork.
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