Cooking at 275, about 1 hour per lb.
But every cooker performs differently, so yeah, it’s done when it’s done!
At the risk of incurring the wrath of the “it’s done when it’s done” contingent – I will go out on a limb and guess about 7 to 8 hours.
How long does it take to cook a Boston butt at 250 degrees?
IF you’re talking about the temperature on the cooking surface (right next to the butt) being 250, and you’ll foil around that 4th to 5th hour (that’s about 160 degrees, give or take), you should be done around 8.5 to 9.5 hours.
How long does it take to smoke a Boston butt at 300 degrees?
4 to 5 hours
How long does it take to smoke a 9 pound Boston butt?
Smoking a Boston Butt low and slow produces the most delectable results, but this takes a lot longer than you think. Smoking the meat at about 225-250 degrees takes between 1.5 and 2 hours per pound of uncooked meat.
What temperature do you smoke a Boston butt?
I smoke Boston butts to a temperature of at least 190 degrees. If you like sliced BBQ , 185 degrees is fine but for pulled or chopped I want the final temp. to be at least 190. Once the internal temperatures reaches 190 I take the butt out of the smoker and immediately wrap it tightly with aluminum foil.
How long does it take to cook an 8 pound Boston butt?
Surface temp. IF you’re talking about the temperature on the cooking surface (right next to the butt) being 250, and you’ll foil around that 4th to 5th hour (that’s about 160 degrees, give or take), you should be done around 8.5 to 9.5 hours.
Should you cover a Boston butt in the oven?
I’m guessing you’ll get a lot of differing opinions, but I always cover mine. Actually, I wrap it in foil to minimize the amount of airspace, and roast it using very low heat (250-275F). That way, as the fat renders off, the meat cooks in it and remains moist and flavorful – kind of like a “confit”.
Do you have to wrap Boston butt in foil?
Wrap in foil: At the 5-hour mark the internal temp should be in the 160 range. Wrap in aluminum foil to keep the meat from getting too much smoke and to catch the moisture being released during the cooking process.
Can you smoke a Boston butt at 300?
Place the pork butt on the smoker and close the lid. Smoking low and slow would take about 2 hours per pound of meat, but at 300°F this way you should expect an 8 pound butt to cook in approximately 10 hours. If at any point you notice the temperature inside your smoker dropping below 175, stir up the coal a bit.
How long does it take to smoke a 6 pound Boston butt?
In your case, smoking a whole six pound Boston butt at 225°F would normally take around one and one-half hours per pound, more or less, to become tender enough to pull or shred (internal temperature of 190+°F), or up to 9 or more hours.