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Pork Hammers. Pork Hammer Recipe.


Pork Hammer... what is it? how do you cook it? how does it taste? Your FULL guide to everything pork hammer. This this blog you will discover the beauty of what a pork hammer is. A full pork hammer recipe to show you how to cook it. You will also get my honest opinion on this cut of pork. WHAT IS A PORK HAMMER?

A pork hammer is pork. To be precise, it is the shank of a pig. With one large bone running through it, and lots of fat ribbons throughout making it very delicious. It is a more tough piece of meat but can be very tender if cooked properly. You can either braise or smoke these pork hammer to tenderize them. In this pork hammer recipe, we will be slowly smoking and steaming them slightly. HOW DO YOU COOK PORK HAMMERS? As stated above, pork hammers are more of a tough cut of pork. In this pork hammer recipe, we will be treating them proper. We will slowly smoke them, wrap them giving them a bit of steam to relax the tendons. We will rest the meat, letting it absorb its own juices again, making them oh so delicious. I hope you enjoy.


Pork Hammer Recipe

WHAT YOU WILL NEED Pellet Smoker (I used my Pit Boss Grills, Portable Table Top) Pellets (I used Pit Boss Grills, Apple Blend) Aluminum Foil Mustard Pork Rub (I used Sweet Heat, by Pit Boss Grills)


How To: Pork Hammers. Lets run through step by step how to smoke pork hammers together.

What makes these pork hammers stand out is just how delicious they are. A more rare find around here, but if you do, they are well worth it. There is a bone running through, with lots of fat ribbons, making these tender pork hammers are a must try. Lets make these pork hammers together.


PORK HAMMER RECIPE Preheat your Pit Boss Grills Table Top to 250 degrees. Using a mustard binder and your favorite pork rub, cover your pork hammers with mustard and then your rub. We used sweet heat rub. Pork hammers usually stand up on its own, so place them directly on the grill grates. Smoked until an internal temperature of 165 degrees. Then wrap them in aluminum foil with a pad of butter (optional) and place back onto the grill till they reach an internal temperature of 200 degrees. Let them rest in a towel for an hour before eating. Enjoy!



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