4 Reviews

this was very good. I used charcoal and apple wood chips so my smoke was a little hotter, 250-300. it only took me about an hour an 45 min to get to 155 F. the sauce turned out more like a chutney but we liked it better with the apples chunkier. loved the cinnamon on the pork. thanks again

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Joshie13 July 27, 2012

Absolutely loved this. Cooked to 160 to avoid pink color. Was very juicy and flavorful. Served with broccoli rabe. Leftovers made for an excellent sandwich the next day!

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Kyle Dennis July 02, 2014

Three stars because I feel that the recipe was poorly written. I made the rub out of the first four ingredients, onion powder, paprika, salt and white pepper. I made the apples with the cinnamon, sugar, and the rice wine vinegar. I did not put cinnamon on the pork and I did not put paprika in the apples. It did come out very good this way.

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shines99 November 16, 2015

We really liked this recipe. I didn't have paprika or chili powder so it wasn't exactly like the recipe as it is given, but how we did it really worked! I think I'll just leave those 2 ingredients out given the one bad review that those ingredients didn't work for them. Anyways, really good!

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Colette W. June 08, 2015
Apple Smoked Pork Loin