How To Smoke A Butt?

How long do you smoke a pork butt?

How Long to Smoke a Pork Butt.

I shoot to maintain my smoker temperature at 225 degrees F and can typically plan about 2 hours of cook time per pound of pork.

For example, an 8 pound pork shoulder will take about 16 hours from start to finish.

Should I wrap my 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.

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 pork shoulder at 225?

Kimberly, smoke your shoulder at 225 degrees. Smoking time averages 90 minutes per pound, depending on the level of doneness desired. If you’re going to slice it, cook to 185˚. If your going to pull the pork smoke it longer, until it reaches 205 degrees.

Should I wrap pork shoulder in foil when smoking?

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.

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What temperature is smoked pulled pork done?

195 degrees F

What temperature does pulled pork fall apart?

190 to 195 degrees F

What temperature does a Boston butt need to be?

190 degrees

Do you wrap meat in foil when smoking?

Wrapping the meat in foil will limit the amount of smoke on the surface of the meat thus yielding a better color and flavor on the final product. It also adds moisture and speeds up cooking time. Wrapping should be done about half way through the cooking process or when internal meat temp is 150-160 degrees.

What temperature does a Boston butt need to cook to?

The USDA recommends that pork is cooked to an internal temperature of 145°F (62.8°C) for food safety. But every griller worth their salt knows that cuts rich in collagen, like pork butt, need to be brought to much higher temperatures (195-205°F [91-96°C]) to properly break down the connective tissues.

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”.

How long does the stall last when smoking Boston butt?

2-6 hours

Should I wrap pork shoulder when smoking?

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.

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How long does a 10 pound pork shoulder take to smoke?

Smoke for about 60 to 90 minutes per pound, or until the internal temperature reaches 195-205 degrees. Continuously monitor the temperature with a probe thermometer. Remove the pork shoulder from the smoker and wrap in butcher paper or aluminum and place in a cooler to rest for at least one hour.

Do you smoke a pork shoulder fat side up?

Smoking the pork shoulder

Place the pork shoulder fat side up on the top rack, cover with the lid, and bring the temperature up to a constant 225°F to 250°F, using the vents to regulate the temperature. If your grill doesn’t have a temperature gauge, you’ll need to purchase a digital barbecue thermometer.