Pulled Pork Sandwich

by Malcom Reed

Pulled Pork Sandwich Recipe


When it comes to BBQ nothing beats a good, simple, pulled pork sandwich. And with this recipe, anyone can smoke a pork butt with this guaranteed “no fail” method to making the perfect pulled pork sandwich. 

    Pulled Pork Sandwich Recipe Ingredients 

    Cole Slaw Recipe 

    • 1 (16 oz) bag coleslaw mix
    • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
    • 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
    • 2 teaspoons white sugar
    • 1/2 teaspoon salt
    • 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
    • 1/4 teaspoon ground celery seed
    1. Combine wet ingredients in a small bowl, add cole slaw and mix well. Place in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour.

    Pulled Pork Sandwich Directions 

    1. Prepare vertical drum smoker for indirect cooking at 250-275 degrees.  Add a couple chunks of Hickory and Pecan wood for smoke flavor.
    2. Pat the pork butt dry using paper towel.  Apply the yellow mustard to the outside in a thin layer.  Season the entire pork butt with Killer Hogs Hot Rub so that no mustard is visible.
    3. Place the pork butt on the cooking rack in the drum smoker fat side down so it renders and drips on the coals below. 
    4. Smoke the pork butt for 4 hours or until the rub has adhered to the outside and begins to turn a dark mahogany color.
    5. Place the pork butt in a 1/2 size aluminum steam pan, pour 1 cup of Killer Hogs Vinegar sauce over the pork butt, and cover the pan with aluminum foil.
    6. Insert a probe thermometer through the foil into the center of the pork butt.  Be careful not to hit the bone for accurate reading.
    7. Return the pork butt to the smoker and continue to cook until the internal temperature reaches 200 degrees.
    8. Carefully remove the pork butt from the pan and place on a wire cooling rack.  Combine 1 cup Vinegar sauce with 1 cup The BBQ Sauce and brush over the outside of the pork butt.
    9. Place the pork butt back on the smoker for 15-20 minutes to set the glaze.
    10. Remove the pork butt from the smoker once the glaze has caramelized and formed a bark.  Rest the pork butt for 15-20 minutes before pulling.

    Malcom Reed
    Malcom Reed