Al Capone Roast

Hurtzer

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Jim6820

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That’s a new one on me. Looks like a variation of saltimbocca. And, it looks/sounds delicious.

The recipe you linked to calls for a 350F oven temp for an hour, but if I was doing it on the grill I’d probably try 225F for about 2 hours to get to an internal temp of 160F as called for. It might take more than 2 hours, you’ll just have to be flexible the first time you do it. Doing it at 225F should get you just a bit of smokiness. If you want more of a smoky flavor, I’d use a smoke tube as well, but be cautious; it would be easy to over-smoke something like this.

Good luck.
 

Hurtzer

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Roast was the best thing I have eaten in awhile. I like salt the peperroni and other things helped. Was 1.87 pounds. Cooked at 225 for 3 hours to 175 using the probe. I flipped it twice putting butter slices to melt around and in the roast. Was a very windy day 3 hours seemed long. Tempteure really didn't drop but got it done. Honestly I don't use the smoker because I am in a hurry. lol. Thanks for all the help. I will be doing that again!
 

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