This Smoked Pork Loin Roast is an easy-to-make main dish that is perfect for your next BBQ or holiday meal. This smoked pork roast is SO tender, juicy, flavorful, and perfectly seasoned with just the right amount of pork spice rub. With only 15 minutes of prep time and no marinating required, this means less time in the kitchen and more time to spend with your friends and family! Cooking a pork loin on the smoker is our favorite way to cook a pork roast, and it tastes AMAZING! It also makes the BEST leftovers, so be sure to cook lots!
3teaspoonhomemade spice rub below or your favorite spice rub
Homemade Spice Rub
½teaspoonpaprika smoked paprika is best if you have it
⅛ teaspoonblack pepper
½tsp onion powder
1tsp raw sugaror brown sugar
½ teaspoonsea salt
Preheat your smoker to 225 degrees F. Add or top up your wood pellets.
Very carefully, with a sharp knife, cut off the layer of fat on the roast. Next, score the pork in a diagonal pattern about ¼-inch deep all across the top where you just cut the fat off. This helps get the seasoning down into the meat as this is very thick meat
In a small bowl, mix together the ingredients for the pork spice rub (paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, raw sugar, sea salt, chili powder, and mustard powder).
Apply olive oil to the pork loin roast and rub it evenly over it. Sprinkle the spice rub over the roast and ensure it covers all parts of the loin, top, bottom, and sides. Use your fingers to push the rub into the meat.
Place the pork loin roast directly on the preheated grill and put your thermometer probe in. Close the lid and smoke until the internal temperature of the roast is 145 degrees F. This will take approximately 2.5 hours.
Remove the pork loin roast from the grill and place it on a plate. Cover it with foil and let it rest for 10-15 minutes. Slice the roast against the grain and serve to your dinner guests. Enjoy with your favorite side dishes.
Nutritional information is approximate and is meant as a guideline only.Storage: Store leftovers in an airtight container. It will keep in the fridge for up to 4 days, and in the freezer for up to 3 months. I like to slice leftover pork loin into thin slivers of meat and freeze it. The next time I want to make a stir fry, I just grab the pork out of the freezer for a super quick meal!
Keyword best smoked pork loin recipe, how long to smoke pork loin, pork loin in a smoker, pork loin in the smoker, pork loin on the smoker, pork loin rub for smoker, smoke a pork loin, smoked pork loin, how to smoke a pork loin,