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First stuffed pork roast

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 

So here is my first attempt at butterflying, stuffing and tying a 3.5lb pork roast.

 

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Not as easy as I thought but seems to be ok....

 

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I lightly sprinkled on some brown sugar then laid out some vegetarian stuffing and a honeycrisp apple I chopped and cooked in coconut oil. Here it is tied up.

 

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I don't know if the brown sugar inside the roast was a good idea but I will sure find out! I'm not sure what to season the outside with so I wrapped it and into the fridge it went. I'm thinking of searing it before I smoke it. Does anyone else do this? Is it really necessary? Thanks for looking! -Rich   :36:

post #2 of 7

 SPOG on the outside should be plenty. Stuffed pork loin is awesome!

 

  ike

post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 

So for a rub I mixed up some leftover Buffalo Wild Wings Desert Heat with some dark brown sugar....

 

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And into the smoker it went along with a beef tenderloin. Running at 225F until IT hits 150-ish....

 

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Updates to follow!   :rotflmao:

post #4 of 7
Looks awesome man, when's dinner ?? LOL
post #5 of 7
Thread Starter 

Just off the smoker gonna slice it up soon....pulled it at 152F.

 

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post #6 of 7
Thread Starter 

Here we go....

 

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Rub had a decent heat kick to it while the stuffing was moist with apples. Pitmaster's choice pellets gave it a nice smoky smoothness.

Will definitely try this one again.....Thanks all!   -Rich    :beercheer:

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:drool  Very nice man!  2thumbs.gif  I do a lot of loins since they're so quick & easy... Great smoke!  :beercheer:

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