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Smoked Rib and Pork Butt Sandwich

Smoked Rib and Pork Butt Sandwich

  • Author: The BBQ Brothers
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Category: Main Course
  • Method: Smoked
  • Cuisine: American


Our two favorite BBQ recipes join forces in this flavorful sandwich! Check out the recipe for two sauce reviews, as well!



  1. We have already gone over how to prepare both of the BBQ ribs and the Pork Butt separately so if you haven’t viewed the recipes go ahead and check out these links: BBQ Ribs, Smoked Pork Butt 
  2. When we are preparing to shred these delicious meats we need to first debone the entire rack of ribs and then you can either shred the meat using forks or your badass bear claws. But if you are lucky enough to own a stand mixer (such as a KitchenAid Mixer) you can throw the meat in there with a flat beater and watch the magic happen! I have just discovered this technique and have found it to have a perfect result as the pieces are a little smaller than are possible by hand. (There is a video of this on our instagram and Facebook pages if you'd like to check it out!)
  3. This mixture will give you a more complex taste as you have a mix of rib meat which gives this sandwich a little richer flavor than what you'd get with a standard pork sandwich.
  4. That’s it! Put your meat mixture on a sandwich bun and top with some sauce! I found this is a great way to feed a large group of people but being a little more different than traditional pulled pork sandwiches that you find at your typical pot luck get together. So feel free to play with the ratios of rib meat to pork butt and find which ratio works for you!


See post notes for 2 sauce reviews (The Shed Spicy Mustard and G. Hughes Sugar Free BBQ sauce)

Time for this recipe is only to create sandwich due to variations in timing for ribs and pork butt.

Keywords: smoked meat sandwich, pork butt, ribs, smoker recipes

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