1 Whole Pork Belly (8- 10 lbs.)

1 Bottle Red Dirt Rich Old Pit Dust Rub

A Cooker, Smoker or Grill and your Favorite Lump Charcoal, Wood Chips or Wood

8-12 oz. Sweet Sticky BBQ Sauce
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Recipe: Pork Belly Burnt Ends


Step 1: Preheat your smoke to 200 F

Step 2: Slice the pork belly into 1 ½ inch cubes

Step 3: Generously spread the Old Pit Dust Rub over the pork belly cubes, rotating the cubes to ensure that all sides are equally coated.

Step 4: Place the cubes into the smoker on racks or in an aluminum pan with holes in the bottom so it will drip for 2 hours, flipping once during that time.

Step 5: After two hours, increase the heat in the smoker to 350 F for 10 minutes.

Step 6: With the smoker still at 350 F, transfer the cubes to an aluminum pan, re-dust with the rub, add the BBQ sauce and cover with foil.

Step 7: Cook covered for 10-15 minutes shaking a time or two to ensure sauce and rub are evenly spread.

Step 8: Remove the pan from your smoker and let rest at room temperature for 15-20 minutes before serving.