30 Hours Pulled Pork

30 Hours Pulled Pork

Have you ever experienced the delight of savoring pulled pork that has been slow-cooked for a whopping 30 hours? If not, you absolutely must give it a try! This BBQ recipe might demand a bit more time and fuel, but the end result promises to be the epitome of the ultimate low and slow BBQ experience, without a shadow of a doubt!

Let me show you what this recipe is all about.

You can find the full instructional video at the end of this page.

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Ingredients

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How to

  1. Make 120 grams or 4.2 oz of Tweety BBQ Rub according to it's recipe.
  2. To make the seasoning stick, use 2 tbsp of yellow mustard to cover the entire boston butt.
  3. Season it with the Tweety BBQ rub on all sides.
  4. Fire up your smoker and set it for 110°C or 230°F indirect smoking.
  5. Put the boston butt in a stainless steel oven tray with a rack to catch the fat drippings.
  6. Put in a thermometer and let it smoke while checking it at least every hour for the first 10 hours.
  7. Meanwhile, create 250 ml or 1 cup of Tweety BBQ Sauce according to it's recipe.
  8. Before your going to bed it's wise to fill up your fuel because you don't want to run out of fuel overnight.
  9. After around 26/28 hours when the core temperature hits 89°C or 192°F it's time to raise the temperature to 130°C or 266°F.
  10. After around 1 to 3 hours of smoking on this temperature your boston butt will hit a temperature of 96°C.
  11. Let it rest for 1 hour before shredding it up with heat resistance gloves or BBQ claws.

 

TIPS:

  1. Make sure you use slow burning fuel for your smoker or BBQ.
  2. Use the Tweety BBQ Sauce for mixing with the pulled pork or as a dipping sauce.
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