Smoked Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin
One of my favorite things to smoke is a Pork Loin. To make it taste even better simply wrap it up in a Bacon Weave, and I guarantee your family and friends will be very impressed. Let me show you how easy it is.
Pork Loin (mine was around 4 pounds)
1-2 pounds of Bacon (depends on how big your Pork Loin is)
BBQ Rub of your choice (I used Barbecue Lovers Spice Blend)
BBQ Sauce of your choice (I used Chris & Pitts)
Start by trimming your Pork Loin to remove any excess fat or Silverskin. Season generously with your favorite BBQ rub. Set aside.
Next make your Bacon Weave. Lay several pieces of Bacon on some butcher paper to match the length of your Pork Loin. Next Weave individual pieces of Bacon between every other piece to form a Weave. When completed carefully place the Pork Loin on the end of the Weave. Use the butcher paper to carefully roll and wrap the Pork Loin in the Bacon Weave. Sprinkle some additional BBQ Rub on top of the Bacon.
Heat your smoke to 225-250 degrees. I would recommend using a Fruit Wood for the smoke, like Cherry or Apple. Place the Pork Loin in the Smoker and Smoke until it reaches an internal temperature of 130 degrees. At that time bast with your favorite BBQ Sauce and continue to smoke until it reaches an internal temperature of 140-143 degrees. Remove and cover with foil, allowing it to rest for 10-15 minutes. Serve and enjoy!
Watch my video below if you watch to watch me cook this recipe and show you how to do it step by step.