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Author: admin, 01.12.2014. Category: Organic Foods

To make these quesadillas even easier to prepare, substitute jarred roasted red peppers or canned green chiles, cut into strips, for the sautéed bell peppers.
Pork shoulder is the top portion of the front leg of the hog, often called a blade (shoulder) pork roast. This recipe was something I originally created for Primo Grills and it has quickly turned into one of my favorites.
For this I inject a simple marinade that brings out the pork flavor and helps to keep the roast from drying out during the cook.
Pellet Smoker - With a pellet smoker that has a convection fan (like a Traeger) plan on smoking for 9-10 hours. Once the skillet was up to temp, I tossed in a large tortilla down in the skillet and stacked one half of it with shredded cheese, sauteed onions, diced tomatoes, pulled pork and then drizzled with some BBQ sauce. At that point you want to fold the empty half onto the half with your ingredients and flip it a couple times until both sides are crisp and a nice light brown. Add the bell peppers and cook, stirring occasionally, until browned and very tender, 8 to 10 minutes.

Add 2 of the quesadillas and cook, covered, until golden brown on the bottom, 2 to 4 minutes.
If this happens to be your first time cooking pulled pork or if you’re interested in learning a few more tips jump over to my Easy Pulled Pork recipe which is chock full of tips. On a stove, heat the marinade on medium for 5 minutes allowing the butter to melt and the flavor to come together.
I tend to prefer using my Primo Oval XL ceramic smoker over my pellet smoker for the amazingly sultry, smoky flavor. Carefully turn and cook, uncovered, until golden brown on the other bottom half and the cheese has melted, 1 to 3 minutes.
It is a cheap cut, it can feed a large crowd and if done right it will make your mouth water between bites.
You'll want one that comes with a marinade and solid flavor injector like the pictured injector.
I use 2 large chunks of apple wood, a small handful of hickory chips and a small handful of whiskey barrel oak chips.

If the pork butts begin to fall apart too early they can be transferred to tinfoil or a disposable pan for the remainder of the cook. Arrange the bell peppers and pork on top, then fold the tortillas in half over the fillings. The needle you'll want to use has holes drilled up the side which allows to more evenly distribute the marinade. Put your thumb and forefinger around the needle as you inject and slowly pull out at the same time (slowly injecting as you go). Leftovers, if any, can be put in freezer bags and frozen in meal-size quantities for up to six months.

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