Smoked Pork Roast in the Pit Boss Pellet Smoker

Smoked Pork Roast in the Pit Boss Pellet Smoker

The pork collar may be the king of all smoked pork roasts. I was really impressed with how this turned out in the Pit Boss Pellet Smoker. Great smoke flavor and very juicy.

I bought this pork collar roast from Snake River Farms and while it was expensive, it was totally worth it. All I had to do was trim a little bit of fat, season it with BBQ rub, and put it in the smoker.

The temperature of the Pit Boss Pellet Smoker today is 250 degrees F and it took approx. 6 hours to cook.

Finish cooking temp on the smoked pork roast was 195 degrees F.

I prefer to slice the pork collar into thick cuts instead of shredding it or pulling it.



21 replies
  1. Luis A Rodriguez Sr
    Luis A Rodriguez Sr says:

    Mike this is an amazing cut! I’ve done it with flavored peach paper for smoking meats with your recipe style and brother is the Cadillac of pork style smoked meats!!!! Simply amazing! Great cut for Cuban sandwiches with a twist and brother haha the results were out of this world with the family!!!

  2. John Manthey
    John Manthey says:

    I think you need to spray that door with some Awesome, available at Lowes. and wipe it down with paper towels. Darn nice smoke ring. Considering no water in the pan it was really juicy and not dry.

  3. The Roed to Good Cooking
    The Roed to Good Cooking says:

    Good Sunday Morning Mike🖐🏾😁oh my goodness your Pork Shoulder looked super delicious. I’m adding this cook to my “New Recipes to Try” list. Thanks for sharing this cook my friend. Be Blessed, Stay Safe and Enjoy your Sunday🙏🏾 Ms J


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