My delicious Traeger Pork Recipes will have you firing up that wood-pellet grill and getting that pig on the barbecue stat! From double-smoked ham to pork tenderloin and classic pulled pork, there’s something for everyone here!
What are the best cuts of pork to cook on a Traeger?
You can cook almost any kind of pork on a Traeger, but here are some of my favorites!
You can have bone-in, boneless, thick cut, thin cut, any which way that you cut it, Traeger pork chops are fantastic.
These tender cuts of meat usually come in packs of two. They are tender, juicy, and totally delicious. You just have to be careful not to overcook them because they can dry out pretty quickly at just a few degrees over.
You can use a shoulder roast, sirloin roast, or a Boston Butt. But know that roasts need a low-and-slow cook. A really good pulled pork recipe can take 12 hours from start to finish, so plan that in or you’re going to have some hungry folks by the time it is totally done.
Yup! Not only can you wrap all the things in bacon before cooking them on your Traeger, but you can also just make bacon on it too. Right on the grate or on a tray, you’re going to love this extra smokey version or baked bacon.
My shortcut pulled pork has all of the flavor of the traditionally smoked pork shoulder, but cuts HOURS off of the overall cook time. Take your pulled pork and fast-forward it, without sacrificing any flavor.
Grilled pork tacos aren't a fast meal to make, but they are one you are going to be willing to spend the time on. The low-and-slow cook time makes this pork tender and shreddable while also imparting the flavor from the grill.
Traeger Smoked Spicy Candied Bacon is the easiest crowd-pleaser you are ever going to make. Much easier than pan-fried bacon, on any day of the week, this one is special enough for a Sunday full of company or a housefull of football fans invading your house for a game.