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Smoked pulled pork loaded baked potatoes | Hearty and Delicious

Updated: Jun 2



Smoked Pulled pork loaded baked potatoes
Loaded Smoked Pulled Pork Baked Potatoes

What to make with left over pulled pork.

Look no further. Smoked Pulled Pork Loaded Baked Potatoes, of course. Give this delicious recipe a try.


Smoked Pulled Pork Loaded BBQ Baked Potatoes

When it comes to comfort food, few dishes can compete with the heartiness and flavor explosion of smoked pulled pork loaded BBQ baked potatoes. We'll take you through the steps to create this mouthwatering masterpiece that's perfect for your next barbecue or family dinner.


This is one of my favorite recipes for left over pulled pork, and they are ridiculously delicious. You can serve pulled pork loaded baked potatoes as a meal or as an appetizer. These are very easy to make with minimal ingredients. You can get creative as you want with the toppings you like. For these I used, butter, sour cream, pulled pork, real bacon bits, cheese, and green onion.


You can bake these in the oven or on your pellet grill. I am always looking for a reason to fire up the grill. Super easy to make and I will definitely be making again in the future. I usually have some pulled pork in the freezer and have all the other ingredients in my fridge at any given time. So, grab you some russet potatoes and get to cooking. You won't be disappointed.

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook time: 45 minutes in oven/pellet grill at 400° and 30 minutes on pellet grill at 250° until cheese and butter is melted. I made these on my Pit Boss 820 Competition Series.


Ingredients for smoked loaded baked potatoes

4 Russet baking potatoes

Kosher salt

Oil

Aluminum foil

Topping Ingredients- Use what you like, here is what I put on mine.

1 stick of butter - Didn't use entire stick.

Shredded cheddar cheese

Sour cream

Real bacon bits or cut up some cooked bacon.

2 cups of your leftover pulled pork (thawed and precooked)

Diced green onion.


Instructions for making pulled pork loaded potatoes.

1. Wash potatoes, pat dry, poke potatoes with a fork, four or five times. This allows steam to vent so potatoes don't explode while cooking | Apply an olive oil coating to skin of potatoes and sprinkle on kosher salt. Wrap in foil, place in your oven or pellet grill at 400° for 45 minutes until done. (Potatoes are done when you can poke with toothpick with no resistance)


2. Remove from oven or grill, unwrap potatoes and then cut the potatoes lengthwise in half.


3. Scoop out a bit of the inside with spoon making a nice boat for your toppings.


4. Add a pat of butter, scoop of sour cream, a scoop of your pulled pork, and real bacon bits.


5. I placed my potatoes in a disposable aluminum pan.


6. Once in the pan I sprinkled with Killer Hogs AP seasoning. Check out Killer Hogs they have a great line of rub and I put the AP on everything, it's an excellent blend of salt, pepper and garlic.


Killer Hogs AP Seasoning









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7. Add shredded cheddar cheese on top.


8. Place on your pellet grill or in the oven at 250° for approximately 30 minutes until cheese and butter is completely melted. Pull off your grill or oven.


9. Garnish the potatoes with sliced green onion.


10. You can serve with ranch or sour cream if you want.


Can Not Go Wrong with Pulled Pork Loaded Baked Potatoes

Smoked pulled pork loaded BBQ baked potatoes are a culinary delight that combines the best of BBQ flavors with the comforting warmth of baked potatoes. Whether you're hosting a backyard BBQ, a game day party, or just craving a hearty meal, this dish is a winner. Get creative with your toppings, and don't forget to savor each bite—the smoky, savory goodness is simply irresistible. Fire up your grill, gather your ingredients, and treat yourself to a plate of pure comfort food bliss. Your taste buds will thank you!



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