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Unread 11-15-2013, 08:52 PM   #1
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Default How long for pork loin?

Doing two bacon-wrapped boneless pork loins tomorrow but am unsure how long to smoke them. Both about 5lbs/each. I've seen that it's best to shoot for a 140 degree internal temp but how long would this take at say 275 on a UDS?

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1.5 hours give or take.
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I pull mine at 145 degrees. 5 lbs at 275 would be between 1 hr and 1.5 hrs. I would check at the 1 hr mark. If it gets to 165 degrees it is overcooked. Be sure to let it rest.
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I cook pork loin all the time and I think you will be good with about 1.5 hours. Don't over cook them, 140 sounds perfect and make sure you give them plenty of time to rest. I actually like to rest my loins up to half an hour.
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Good! How do you guys let them rest? Just on the counter or in some foil?
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Time is irrelevant cooking it to an internal temp of 135 and let carry over finish it is key to a nice moist porky good roast about an hour at 300 should get you there. wrap loosely in foil and let it set on the counter it will carry over to 140.
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Good! How do you guys let them rest? Just on the counter or in some foil?
Cover with foil to keep it warm while it rests.
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Just did 2 last weekend to bring to a friend's house for the Saints/Cowboys game. Cooked them both to 145 and double wrapped in foil then wrapped in a towel and put in a cooler to transport. When I sliced them about an hour later they were perfect. I injected em 1st with some cajun garlic & herb and let them set overnight.
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I cook pork loins all the time and I cook them about an hour and a half until internal temp is 140 then I wrap in foil and let rest in pan on the counter for about 45 minutes. They are always tender and juicy.
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