MAPLE & SWEET MONEY PORK ROAST
Posted on Sunday, July 1st, 2018
Hosting a dinner? Big Poppa’s Maple Sweet Money Roast recipe is sure to be a hit. This sweet pork roast satisfies the taste buds of even the pickiest eater. The blend of sweet and savory flavors along with a hint of smoke leave everyone begging for more.
Quick tip: Big Poppa Smokers Sweet Money Championship Rub is a great addition to any pork recipe. The sweet and salty blend compliments the natural flavors that are in pork.
Course: Main Course Cuisine: American Prep Time: 30 min Cook Time: 1-2 hrs Servings: 9-12
1 Smithfield Boneless Center Cut Pork Loin
1-2 cups maple syrup
2-3 cups light brown sugar
1/2 cup Big Poppa Smokers Sweet Money Championship Rub
2 tablespoons Big Poppa Smokers Cuckoo Racha Chili Dust
Preheat grill/oven to 275F
Remove pork loin from packaging
Coat all sides of pork loin with a generous amount of maple syrup
Season all sides with a generous coating of Big Poppa Smokers Sweet Money Rub, pat rub into the meat so it sticks
Sprinkle brown sugar onto all sides, pat rub into the meat so it sticks – your goal is to create a sort of crust of sugar and seasoning
Add a light dusting of Big Poppa Smokers Cuckoo Racha Chili Dust (to taste) on top/bottom
Place in grill/oven
Pull meat off of cooker when the internal temperature reads 140-145F, if you allow the meat to rest before slicing, the internal temp from residual heat should rise to 145F
Let the meat rest for 5-7 minutes – will allow the meat to retain moisture
Slice into 3/4″ pieces and serve
2 thoughts on “MAPLE & SWEET MONEY PORK ROAST”
Ok going to give this a try, looks really good.
Anymore specifics on weight of pork and length of cook, 1-2 hours is pretty vague
Hi there, checking the internal temp is a great way to measure doneness. We suggest pulling the meat off the cooker at 140-145F (internal temp) and slicing after the temp has reached 145F. Temperature is the one thing that tells you when the meat is ready regardless of weight of the meat. Happy smokin’