Post # 1
So i remember reading a post somewhere about ribs in a crock pot… Has anyone tried it? I have some pork country style ribs (i think) they dont have bones…
Well i dont usually bbq anything like that so i would rather throw them in a crockpot… I remember it being easy like ribs with a lil season and bbq sauce.
Post # 3
@MrsJVP: My friends make these all the time I don’t know the recipe but they come out awesome and they leave the bone in them. I think they just throw them in with bbq sauce and let them cook low and slow. That’s how I cook my pulled pork, beef and chicken I would imagine it being basicly them same idea.
Post # 4
I make mine in a big roaster thing. I put a bunch of delicious seasoning on, let them cook for… I dunno. 4 hours? Crap. I have it written down in my recipe box. But the last half hour I pour some bbq sauce on. I like doing it in the roaster so I can put water beneath it all and the steam makes them super moist and fall off the bone.
Post # 5
I cook my ribs (with bones) in the crockpot. I don’t usually do them bbq style though, I usually make korean rib tacos out of them. As @Klein2bReidy: said you just put the sauce in with them and cook them all day. You can’t pick up a bone without the meat falling off so it’s easy to shred it.
Post # 6
i use this recipe:
so easy and so good!! I make homemade corn bread to go with it. One of my favorite Sunday dinners.
Post # 7
Here’s my recipe…nom nom nom…
Coat crockpot with cooking spray.
1 tsp. paprika
1 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. black pepper
1/4 tsp. steak seasoning
1/8 tsp. red pepper
Rub on the meaty side of 3-3 1/2 pounds of pork baby back ribs, cut into 4 pieces.
Cook in crockpot on low for 7-8 hours or high for 3-4 hours.
Remove meat, drain grease from crockpot.
1/4 c. ketchup
1 tbl. Worcestershire sauce
2 tbl. brown sugar
1 tbl. soy sauce
2 tsp. bbq sauce
Coat ribs and return to crockpot for one hour. Enjoy!
Post # 8
i dont know why i bought the ones without bones 🙁
okay this maybe a dumb question but do they need to be thawed out?
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Post # 10
I use the boneless country style ribs in the crockpot. Just cover them with bbq sauce and fill the crock with water until the meat is fully submerged and turn it on all day. Easy peasy ribs that fall apart.
Post # 11
okay i defrosted them.. apprently they did have small bones I put them in the crockpot last night.. my DH woke me up in the middle of the night saying mm i want to eat those ribs now! lol
I didnt add water i just added a chopped onion some minced garlic and seasonings then this AM i drained most of it and added a bottle of BBQ cooked it for another hr
It looked more like pulled pork this AM. My Darling Husband had to try it he said it was delish.. Now i just need to figure out what side to make… We are doing a low cal (well not today) lol