JoeTisserie Pork Sirloin Roast

Kamado Joe JoeTisserie Pork RoastTaking a few days off from work while Midge is out of town. Mostly I am dog sitting.

Today, the gray storm clouds were hanging overhead with an occasional sprinkle. Yesterday I picked up a just bit over the 4 pound mark pork sirloin roast for some JoeTisserie action.

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JoeTisserie Pork Sirloin Roast

So let’s get started …

The JoeTisserie motor doesn’t have any sort of weatherproofing. I didn’t want to mix water and electricity. In my reckless desire to just get outside and do something, I figured I could cover the motor should there be any more rain. You can check out earlier my Kamado Joe JoeTisserie review here.

Prepping the pork roast is way easy. I tossed it in a large Ziploc bag, along with a bottle of Italian dressing for an overnight soak. This morning, after a good drain, I trussed up the pork roast to keep all of the loose pork pieces from flopping around on the JoeTisserie.

After getting the pork roast secured onto the spit rod, I gave it a good coat of sea salt and fresh ground black pepper.

The Kamado Joe had stabilized at a perfect 350 degrees. Adding a few fist size chunks of cherry wood and the pork roast, I let the Kamado Joe JoeTisserie do its thing.

The gray clouds were darkening slightly off to the south. As long as they stayed there I would be good.

After an hour, I checked the temperature. My not so instant, instant read thermometer said 120 degrees. I still had some nice blue smoke coming from the Kamado Joe dome. But the pork roast was not quite the 145 I was looking for. After another half an hour, she was running exactly at 145 degrees.

Donning my leather JoeTisserie gloves, I shook the spit rod loose from the JoeTisserie motor. You need heavy-duty leather gloves to protect your hands and forearms from that grilling-heat and the branding-iron-hot JoeTisserie spit rod. These are the heavy-duty leather grilling gloves I use.

JoeTisserie Pork Sirloin roast

My heavy-duty leather grilling gloves

The dogs, Kory and Keesha, were underfoot as I pulled out the spit rod and spit rod forks. They were blazing hot and went into the sink to cool.

Kamado Joe JoeTisserie cherry smoked pork roast

Kamado Joe JoeTisserie cherry smoked pork roast

I cut off a bit for a taste, man it was good! Kory and Keesha thought so as well as I gave them a few tidbits.

All I can say is WOW, this was good! A nice smoky pork roast, great pork flavor. This is definitely a keeper recipe for my JoeTisserie recipe collection.

Check out my other Kamado Joe and JoeTisserie recipes and links here on my Outdoor Eats page.