Set up your smoker for cooking indirectly at about 225-240°F using cherry or your favorite smoking wood.
Once the smoker is ready, place the stuffed pork chops directly on the grate or if you use Bradley racks, you can just place the rack onto the smoker grate.
Place a digital probe meat thermometer into one of the pork chops so you’ll know when it is perfectly done.
You can expect the pork chops to take from 1.5 to 2 hours depending on actual thickness, how often you open the lid, weather conditions, and how cold the meat was when it went into the smoker.
If you are using a smoker that is not fueled by wood, you should apply smoke for at least an hour. I usually keep a light smoke going for the entire time to replicate the real wood smoker experience.
Ultimately, the pork chops are done and ready to eat when they reach 145°F.