Sunday, November 6, 2016

Easy Slow Cooker Barbecue Country-Style Ribs

Today's recipe share is my favorite go-to recipe for country style ribs! These tasty ribs are a cinch to make with just a few ingredients and minutes to throw together  - Easy Slow Cooker Barbecue Country Style Ribs...simply fantastic!

Fall-off-the-bone tender and delicious, these country-style ribs will knock your socks off! 



What you need: 4 to 6 pounds bone-in country style ribs, 18 ounce bottle of your favorite Barbcue sauce (plus extra barbecue sauce for basting later), medium size onion and salt and pepper. 




To make:  Spray slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray. Place ribs in cooker, salt and pepper to taste. Cover with onions and barbecue sauce. *If needed due to amount of ribs, you can layer them, adding ribs, onion and barbecue sauce in two layers. 



Cook on low for *6 to 8 hours, until pork is tender. When ready, remove from cooker and place on baking sheet or roasting pan. Discard sauce from cooker.



Baste ribs with fresh barbecue sauce and place under broiler for a few minutes, until the sauce starts to bubble and caramelize. Serve with your favorite sides. Enjoy!




Easy Slow Cooker Barbecue Country-Style Ribs


Ingredients
  • 4 to 6 pounds bone-in country style ribs
  • 18 ounce bottle of your favorite barbecue sauce (or use homemade)
  • medium onion, chopped
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • extra bottle of sauce for basting and dipping (or use homemade)

Directions
Spray slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray. Place ribs in cooker, salt and pepper to taste. Cover with onions and barbecue sauce. If needed due to amount of ribs, you can layer them, adding the ribs, onion and barbecue sauce in two layers. 

Cook on low for *6 to 8 hours, until pork is tender. When ready, remove from cooker and place on baking sheet or roasting pan. Baste ribs with fresh barbecue sauce and place under broiler for a few minutes, until the barbecue sauce starts to bubble and caramelize. Serve with your favorite sides. Enjoy!

*Cooking times may vary, adjust cooking time according to your slow cooker.

Tip
For easy clean-up, line your baking sheet/pan with foil before placing ribs under the broiler.
  
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Cheers!

2 comments:

Romilda Gareth said...

Thanks

A detective's perspective said...

I can't get the ribs from the slow cooker to the pan. They fall apart (or get eaten!) I may never know how the finished product tastes. #nobroiler Thanks, awesome!