Barbecue Smoked Meatloaf

Simplify your dinner plans with this fantastic Barbecue Smoked Meatloaf, using a couple key ingredients that pack a big flavor punch!

Smoked BBQ Meatloaf Recipe


Ingredients

Instructions

Preheat your Yoder Smokers YS640 Pellet Grill to 250ºF, set up for smoking.

Combine the ground meat(s), 1 cup of Plowboys BBQ Bean Buddy, panko, egg, onion and cheeses in a bowl and mix well by hand.

Place the mixture on a work surface and form the meat into a loaf shape. Season well with Plowboys BBQ Bovine Bold Rub.

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Smoke the meatloaf on the second shelf of the smoker and cook for about 45 minutes, or 100ºF internal temperature. Increase the grill temperature to 350ºF and glaze the meatloaf with the remaining Plowboys BBQ Bean Buddy.

Cook until the internal temperature reaches 160ºF. Remove from the grill. Slice to serve.

Yoder Smokers YS640 Pellet Grill

5 Comments

  1. Mark
    August 22, 2018

    Regarding the meat ingredients, is it 2 lbs of each or 2 lbs total? If 2 lbs. total, what is the amount of each meat? What flavor of pellets do you recommend?

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    1. Admin
      August 30, 2018

      It should be 2 pounds total. Roughly this will make 8 quarter pound servings. The ratio is whatever you like. The pellet type won’t make a huge difference here because you are only cooking for an hour or so. The food doesn’t spend enough time in the smoke for the more complex chemicals to build.

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  2. Richard Swisher
    August 22, 2018

    This BBQ meatloaf looks amazing. I’m definitely going to give it a try.

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  3. Imad murr
    August 27, 2018

    Hello
    I have a question please
    Can the brisket can be boiled before smoking

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    1. Admin
      August 30, 2018

      It can, but we wouldn’t. You won’t get as deep a flavor from your rubs or injections, since you’d either wash them off in the boil or apply them to a cooked meat. Neither option is ideal. Now we know some folks will boil ribs first, however those get mopped continuously while grilling. But if you are crunched for time, go ahead and boil just don’t boil it to death.

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