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injecting a butt

glennglenn Posts: 151
edited 10:23PM in EggHead Forum
I am wondering is it a resonable thing to inject a butt, I am gonna put one on the egg in about 30 minutes and I would like to know if injecting it would make it any better than just slathering it with mustard and dustin it with rub
and what would make a good injecor solution for the butt
I cook em at 250 till interal hits 185-190
as always thank you for your help


  • Glenn, I've been injecting my butts with a 50/50 solution of Dale's Sauce/water or Dales/apple juice. both have come out fine and seem to cook just a tad quicker. Us the 10% rule...ex:10lb butt use 1 lb solution, etc. Good luck!

  • glennglenn Posts: 151
    what is dales sauce and where would I find it
    Ya think they may sell it at Albertsons or windixie

  • Glenn, they should. Look on the top shelf of the bbq sauce section. If no Dale's, Moore's will work. It's a soy/sodium/other flavor solution thatI like on beef and pork.

  • SigmoreSigmore Posts: 621
    Glenn, Walmart also carries it. They sometimes have it in a half gallon. Lot's cheaper that way.

  • Glenn,[p]It's basically soy sauce with some spices added. You can make your own if you want. Here's my recipe that I used on Wings at Eggtoberfest. I keep a bottle in the fridge for egging just about anything.[p]Cheers,[p]GrillMeister
    Austin, TX

    [ul][li]GrillMeister's Special Egg'n Seasoning [/ul]
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