Hot and Fast Pulled Pork Prep Time: 10 minutes. Cook Time: 6 hours 30 minutes. Total Time: 6 hours 40 minutes.

How fast can you smoke a pork shoulder?

In this tutorial, I will show you how to do the five hour smoked pork butt.. that’s right, in only 5 hours. Pork butt (Boston butt, pork shoulder) normally takes 12-14 hours to turn it into tender, juicy pulled pork.

Can I smoke a pork shoulder in 4 hours?

Smoke for approximately 4 hours, spritzing with the spray bottle every hour. Check the internal temperature of the pork shoulder using a meat thermometer. By this time, the pork should be at LEAST 145 F degrees. Completely spritz the pork shoulder one more time and carefully wrap it in aluminum foil or peach paper.

Can you smoke a pork shoulder in 3 hours?

3: Place the pork shoulder directly on the grill grate. (If using a charcoal grill, put half the smoking chips on the coals. Replenish as needed.) Grill for 3 hours.

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

When slow-smoking a pork shoulder, you should figure 1 1/2 hours per pound of pork. A 10-pound, bone-in pork shoulder takes a long time to cook, but for the majority of that time it is in the smoker. You can get it started right after breakfast and have it ready in time for dinner.

How long does it take to smoke a pork shoulder at 225?

At 225, figure roughly 2 hours per pound of meat, so the same piece of smoked pork shoulder takes from 12- 16 hours at 225. There are a lot of factors in how long it takes, including the humidity in the air, how consistent the grill holds temperature, the outside temperature, and more.

How long to smoke a pork shoulder per pound?

Close the lid and smoke the pork for 1 to 1-1/2 hours per pound, or until the internal temperature reaches 195 degrees on an instant-read thermometer. Tip: If you’d like to enlist the “Texas crutch” to help the pork shoulder power through the stall, pull the meat when it reaches 160 degrees.

How do you know when pork shoulder is done smoking?

Poke it in the meat and give it a twist. That way you’ll know exactly when it’s done enough to shred. If you’ll be smoking your pork shoulder at 200°F, it could take an awful long time to smoke, maybe 2 or more hours per pound. If at all possible, smoke your shoulder at a higher temperature, around 220 degrees.

How long does it take to smoke a shoulder?

So long that recipes don’t give minutes per pound in the directions, but give the average cooking time in hours per pound. With a smoker operating at 225-250° Fahrenheit, it can take from one hour per pound (if you’re lucky) to one and one-half hours per pound to cook, and maybe even longer depending on the size and fat content of the shoulder.

How long to smoke a pork butt in electric smoker?

Place pork butt on grate fat side down and close lid/door. When the pork butt reaches 165°F or when the color is perfect (about 3 hours), remove meat from smoker and wrap in a double layer of heavy duty foil. Place pork butt back onto 300 degree smoker and continue to cook for 2 hours or until the internal temperature of the meat reaches 205°F.