A recipe for the perfect summertime meal.
The “double smoked ham big green egg” is a recipe that can be done on the Big Green Egg or Kamado Joe. It is a delicious meal that will please any palate.
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Over the Big Green Egg or Kamado Joe, this double smoked pineapple ham is smoked on a bed of brown sugar and pineapple juices. After you’ve finished, you’ll have a delightfully juicy ham that will have your visitors asking for seconds!
What should I serve with this pineapple ham that has been twice smoked? With a side of green beans, I suggest these Smoked Deluxe Au Gratin Potatoes!
How do you cook this Double Smoked Pineapple Ham on the Big Green Egg?
To prepare the Big Green Egg or Kamado Joe, begin by lighting the lump charcoal. After it’s begun, add some apple wood bits to increase the ham’s taste. After that, put your plate setter / conve”egg”tor with the feet pointing upward for indirect cooking. After that, there’s the grate.
You’ll want to set the BGE to anywhere between 225 and 250 degrees Fahrenheit.
Ingredients for Double Smoked Pineapple Ham
- 1 cup brown sugar (light)
- Crushed Pineapple, 20 oz.
- Topping of fresh pineapple (optional)
How Do You Cook Double Smoked Pineapple Ham?
Place a cup of light brown sugar in the bottom of a disposable tinfoil pan to begin. The brown sugar should be evenly distributed over the bottom of the tinfoil pan.
Place the ham in the pan next.
After that, top the ham with crushed pineapple, which you should sprinkle evenly around the ham.
When finished, drizzle a generous quantity of honey over the top.
If you enjoy smoked pineapple, teeth pick a few fresh pieces and place them on top of the ham. At the conclusion of the cooking process, serve them with the ham.
How do you prepare the Double Smoked Pineapple Ham?
By now, your BGE should be set up for indirect cooking and the temperature should be between 225 and 250 degrees. Simply set the ham on the grate, add your temperature sensors, and let the Big Green Egg handle the rest.
Because your ham is fully cooked, there is no need for it to attain a certain internal temperature. Cooking time for the ham should be about 3 hours, and you should pull it out at 155 degrees, which is the ideal temperature in my view.
While this ham is great on its own, you can always enhance its taste by glazing it! Enjoy!
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30 minute prep time
3 hours to prepare
3 hours and 30 minutes total
The apple wood pieces and the pineapple itself provide a touch of sweetness to this delectable double smoked pineapple ham.
- 1 cup brown sugar (light)
- Pineapple, crushed (20 oz.)
- Honey, 1/2 cup
- 1 pineapple (whole) (Optional)
- Start the Big Green Egg and set the temperature to roughly 225–250 degrees. The plate setter / conve”egg”tor should be inserted with the feet pointing upward since this is an indirect cook. Add a few bits of apple wood to the fire after it’s started and before you add the plate setter.
- Place the brown sugar in a disposable aluminum pan and evenly coat the bottom.
- After that, add the ham and the crushed pineapple. The optional freshly sliced pineapple fastened to the top of the ham using tooth picks comes next. Drizzle a generous quantity of honey over everything after it’s done.
- Insert your temperature probes into the ham on the Big Green Egg.
- When the internal temperature of the ham reaches 155 degrees, remove it from the oven. Enjoy!
If you enjoy fresh pineapple, putting some freshly sliced pineapple on top with tooth picks is a good idea. This smoky pineapple is not only delicious, but it also adds a lot of color to the plate. Enjoy!
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