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    Cheddar Jalapeno Smoked Pork Bites Recipe

    Want an Awesome Appetizer You Can Prep in Just 15 Minutes?

    Then this one is for you.  Your smoker will bring out flavors in this you can’t get from cooking them any other way.  Plus, they are so hands off, the only negative is the cook time and if you are used to smoking meats, this will be an easy afterthought.

    Of the many things that I have made in my Bradley Smoker, some of the most popular are bite size smoked appetizers. I have made smoked jalapeño poppers, chicken wings, smoked salmon nuggets and more. All have been popular, but now there are these new smoked pork bites.

    These things were crazy tasty. The meat was tender and full of flavour with some heat from the jalapeño. But, what makes these little appetizers extra awesome is the gooey melted cheese in the centre of each pork bite. Smoke a batch of these for a picnic, BBQ or any game day party.

    Cheddar Jalapeno Smoked Pork Bites-2

    Are you ready to get started?

    Let’s go!

    How Long to Get Everything Done?

    Prep time – 15 mins

    Cook time – 150 mins

    Total time – 2 hours 45 mins


    Cheddar Jalapeno Smoked Pork Bites Recipe

    Smoked Pork Bites


    • 2 pounds ground pork
    • 2 tablespoons creole seasoning
    • 1 egg
    • 1 cup bread crumbs
    • ⅓ cup milk
    • ⅓ cup BBQ sauce
    • 3 jalapeno peppers, cored and minced
    • 150g medium cheddar cheese, cut into ½ inch cubes


    1. Set the smoker to 250F using wood bisquettes of choice.
    2. In a small bowl, mix together the ground pork, creole seasoning, egg, bread cumbs, milk, BBQ sauce and jalapeño peppers until thoroughly combined.
    3. Grab a small handful of the meat mixture and form a meatball that is about 1½ inches in size. Make a small indentation in the middle, with your thumb. Press a cube of cheddar cheese into the indentation and fold the meat around the cheese so that it is covered. Using your two hands, roll the meat around so that it is fairly round. Place the meatball on the Bradley smoking rack. Do this with the remaining meat and cheese.
    4. Place the smoking racks in the Bradley smoker. Smoke the meatballs until they reach an internal temperature of 160F, about 2½ hours.

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