Smoked & Glazed Ham – Swift Meats Smoked Petite Pork Roasts

Smoked & Glazed Ham This was the tastiest and juiciest ham I’ve had in my life.  Try this out and let me know how it works!  The entire cook took 3:48 minutes.

Smoked & Glazed Ham

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  • I picked up a 14 pound Petit Jean ham
  • Took it out of the packaging to let it air dry over night. 
  • Put a cooling rack at the bottom of a deep aluminum pan.  
  • Coated the ham with dijon mustard and sriracha.  
  • I used Kinders Brown Sugar and Red Garlic to cover the meat.  The ratio was 75% Brown Sugar to 25% Red Garlic
  • At the bottom of the pan, I put around 3 1/2 cups of apple juice. 
  • Put in my Meater +, and set the finish temperature at 145.
  • Got the Big Green Egg at 300 degrees with The Good Charcoal.  I threw on around four handfuls of applewood chips.  
  • I put the plate setter down to make the fire indirect.  
  • When the internal temperature hit 130 degrees I put the glaze on the ham. 
  • I pulled the ham at 141 degrees.  It will continue to rise.
  • I let it rest for about 45 minutes. 
  • Slice and enjoy!
  • Smoked & Glazed Ham

Glaze recipe:

2 cups of brown sugar

1/4 cup of honey

4, TBSP of apple cider vinegar 

4, TBSP of Dijon mustard 

Combine all of these in a pan. Stir until the mixture starts to boil on the sides.  Reduce heat until the glaze starts to simmer.  I constantly whisked the mixture for 12 minutes. Pull of the heat, get a basting brush, and put on ham. 

Smoked & Glazed Ham

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  • Here is how I smoked these on my Big Green Egg!  
    1. Set up your grill for indirect heat.  I had my Big Green Egg around 250 degrees.  I used pecan wood for the smoke flavor. 
    2.  Insert a Meater or whichever thermometer of your choice in the thickest part of the meat.  I set my finish temperature at 153 degrees.  
    3. When the internal temperature hit 140 degrees, I removed the pork roasts.  I changed my grilling set up to direct grilling.  Then I got my grill around 500 degrees so I could sear them for extra crust.  
    4. Flipped them every two minutes so I could get an even crust on each side.  
    5. I pulled them at 153 and let them rest for 20 minutes.  
    6. We thinly sliced the roasts.  You can do thin, medium, or thick slice.  It’s all what you prefer! 
    7. We had three different choices of barbeque sauces.  We had Lillie’s Carolina, Sweet Baby Ray’s, and Wright’s Spicy. Smoked & Glazed Ham
    8. My wife picked up Sister Schubert rolls to make the sandwiches.  The size was perfect because we could try different combinations. 
    9. Stack up your pork & eat! 
    10. I tell you what, Swift Meats is the real deal!  My wife and I invited some good friends over for a feast.  We decided to grill the beef ribeye roast from @swift__meats!  After I trimmed the roast, she made a savory and super flavorful herb rub to cover the roast. 
    11. Then After
    12.  After I covered the roast as thickly as I could with our rub, I used butcher twine to keep the roast together in order to get an even cook.  I put it on the @biggreenegg with @thegoodcharcoal and pecan wood at 275 degrees.  I put my @meatermade thermometer to ensure I pulled the meat at 103 degrees.Once the meat hit 103, I set up the grill for direct heat.  The fire hit 500 degrees, and my final internal temperature target was 118 degrees.  Remember, the temperature will rise as it rests, especially on a large roast like this one. The rub did exactly what we hoped- it created a tangy, peppery herb flavor that complemented the meat perfectly without overpowering the taste of the prime rib!  We served asparagus & garlic mashed potatoes with dinner, which made the perfect fall meal for a group of great friends! @swift__meats provides a superior quality that impresses a crowd every single time! #SwiftMeats #SwiftAmbassador


I’m a professional construction estimator in the USA. I’ve completed my Masters in Construction and Architecture from Oxford and am currently living in the United States. From the past 15 years I've been helping other contractors in winning the bid by offering them cost estimation of their construction project. Apart from my profession, I love to write blogs, articles and guides on construction estimating services. I’m a professional construction estimator in the USA. I’ve completed my Master in Construction and Architecture from Oxford and am currently living in the United States. For the past 15 years, I've been helping other contractors in winning bid by offering them cost estimations of their construction projects. Apart from my profession, I love to write blogs, articles, and guides on construction estimating services. Read my Articles : what-does-a-manufacturing-estimator-do how-much-does-insulating-a-1500-square-foot-home-cost how-to-start-a-contracting-business-nedes-estimating what-are-the-fundamental-guidelines-for-ducting-design how-to-estimate-building-costs-in-the-usa what-are-the-methods-of-electrical-estimating-outsourcing What Does A Manufacturing Estimator Do? How Much Does Insulating A 1500-Square-foot Home Cost?

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