This is a quick and easy smoker recipe that I first saw on www.smoking-meat.com (courtesy of Jeff Phillips). There's something carnival-like about eating things that are served on a stick or skewer, be it cotton candy, corn dogs or barbequed pork. Now that spring is finally chased away the last dregs of our seemingly endless winter, these treats clamor to be enjoyed at your backyard picnic table, along with quinoa, smoked onions and an ice-cold beer.
If you have the inkling to fire up the smoker and make some delicious barbeque for dinner this week, these pork skewers are quick enough to smoke before dinner. It will help to have the pork prepped the night before, and you may want to cut out of work a few minutes early. Remember that, like fly fishing, time spent tending your smoker isn't subtracted from the sum total of your life.
Get the following ingredients together and prepare as follows:
Pork tenderloin - all silver skin and connective tissue peeled off
Easy barbeque rub (equal parts chili powder, cumin, brown sugar, garlic powder, black pepper, salt, cayenne pepper) red pepper flakes (if you need some extra heat) One large red onion Barbeque sauce of choice Honey Bamboo skewers
Follow the steps in the attached list and enjoy!