i put the ribs in with just a little bit of water then let them cook for about 6 hours on low about the last half hour i add the bbq sauce….the longer you let them cook the more tender and juicy they will be.
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i put the ribs in with just a little bit of water then let them cook for about 6 hours on low about the last half hour i add the bbq sauce….the longer you let them cook the more tender and juicy they will be. References :
set them for a long time like 8-10 hours set them inside um you can add water to the barbeq sauce so that it wont burn make sure of that add some vegtables for flavor and tada you have some ribs References :
4 pounds pork spareribs, cut in serving-size pieces
salt and pepper, or seasoned salt and pepper
1 medium onion
1 bottle (16 ounces) barbecue sauce, or use 2 cups of homemade barbecue sauce
Sprinkle ribs with salt and pepper; place on broiler rack. Broil ribs for 20 to 25 minutes. Place ribs in slow cooker along with sliced onion and barbecue sauce. Cover and cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours.
Serves 4 to 6.
Maple Honey Barbecued Ribs
3 pounds spareribs
1 can (10 1/2 ounces) beef broth
1/2 cup water
2 tablespoons maple syrup
2 tablespoons honey
3 tablespoons soy sauce (low sodium)
2 tablespoons barbecue sauce
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
Place spareribs on a broiler rack and broil for 15 minutes. Drain fat off. Cut ribs into serving size pieces. Combine remaining ingredients in the slow cooker; stir well. Add ribs; cover and cook on LOW for 8 to 10 hours.
Saucy Maple Country-Style Ribs
1 1/2 lbs country-style boneless pork ribs
1/4 cup maple syrup
1 tablespoon soy sauce
2 tablespoons dried minced onion, or use fresh
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp ginger
1/4 tsp allspice
1/2 tsp garlic powder
dash of pepper
Place pork in the slow cooker/Crock Pot. Combine remaining ingredients; pour over pork. Cover and cook on low for 7 to 9 hours.
Easy Barbecued Spareribs in the Crockpot
I cook ribs in the crockpot all the time. They are easy and delicious. I buy a big package of ribs 3-4 lbs. I parboil these in a large pan of water (about 45 minutes to 1 hour), then I drain and put the ribs in the crockpot.
I then pour a jar of barbecue sauce over them and cook on LOW for about 8 hours. They turn out every time. References :
If you are serving adults, then one serving is officially half a rack of ribs. If you are serving them at a cook-out (or barbeque) you can figure that people will also be eating other things, like steak and sausages, or hamburgers and hotdogs, so you could serve fewer ribs. If you aren’t serving other main courses, then you probably won’t be able to fit enough ribs in your crock pot. In any case, fill your crock pot up to the rim. Left-over ribs reheat well, so don’t be unhappy if you ever have leftovers. But be aware, if you are filling your crock pot to the rim, that the ribs at the top won’t be cooked as well-done as those at the bottom of the pot. To remedy this, you may want to "rotate" your ribs about half way through cooking. That is, take all the ribs out of the pot; put the ones that were on top on the bottom, and the ones that were on the bottom on the top.
If you really want the ribs to fall off the bones, then you will want to remove the membrane from the back of the ribs before cooking. You can get it started by using a knife, but then get your fingers underneath to loosen it up and finally peel it off.
Cut the ribs into portions with two or four ribs in a single piece.
Use your favorite barbeque sauce; personally, I like K.C. Masterpiece BBQ sauce, or BULL’S-EYE® original BBQ sauce. You will probably need two bottles, depending on the size of the bottle and how many ribs you’re making. If you would like to make your own BBQ sauce, here is a great recipe for BBQ sauce. You may need a double batch, depending on how many ribs you are preparing.
Pour the whole bottle of sauce into a large bowl, and dip each rib portion in the sauce then put the rib portion in your crock pot.
After you’ve put all the ribs into the crock pot, using a rubber scraper, get all the barbeque sauce from the bowl into the crock pot on top of the ribs. Add more barbeque sauce if you think you need more for the amount of ribs you have.
Cover your crock pot and cook on low for a minimum of seven up to around eighteen hours. How long you cook the ribs depends on a lot of different variables, like how many ribs you are cooking, how big your crock pot is, the temperature at which your crock pot cooks, and how done you like your ribs. I find that cooking in a crock pot is good if you want the meat to fall off the bones, and have a wet sauce. The longer you cook the ribs the more they will "fall of the bone". I just put my ribs in the crock pot the night before, just before I go to bed, as I like the longer cooking times.
About an hour before you serve the ribs, you may want to drain the wet sauce off the ribs and into a sauce pan. Start it simmering and cook the sauce down for about an hour. Or at serving time you could remove the ribs from the sauce that they cooked in, putting them on a serving platter, and then top with "fresh" sauce that is thicker. Or serve sauce on the side. However you do it, I’m sure the ribs will be tasty!
I’ve never cooked ribs in a crock pot ,but if I did I would cook them until they were tender just a little,no I wouldn’t add my bbq sauce until I put it into the oven them I would cover it with onions and bbq sauce covered with fiol until it get tender when a fork slide through then I would take the foil off and let the bbq sauce thicken up the crock pot to me is to pre cook them than again I love to cook too References : try them this way you will love not like them love i call these bbq ribbs to die for
3 TO 4 POUNDS SPARERIBS
SALT AND PEPPER
1 ONION, SLICED
16-OUNCE BOTTLE OF SMOKY BARBECUE SAUCE OR 2 CUPS HOMEMADE SAUCE
SPRINKLE RIBS WITH SALT AND PEPPER. PLACE RIBS IN BROILER PAN UNDER BROILER FOR 30 MINUTES TO BROWN AND REMOVE EXCESS FAT.
PUT SLICED ONION IN CROCK POT. SLICE RIBS INTO SERVING PIECES AND PUT IN CROCK POT. POUR IN BARBECUE SAUCE. COVER AND COOK ON LOW FOR 8 TO 10 HOURS. (HIGH 4 TO 5 HOURS) References : RIVAL CROCK POT
I cut each rib free and stack them around vertically. Then I take a quarter cup of Worchestershire Sauce and a quarter cup of Soy sauce and mix them together then pour it over the ribs. This acts as a marinade while cooking. (You can even add a bit of liquid smoke for additional flavor) Then I dice a large onion and sprinkle that over the ribs.
Let them cook on high for atleast 1 1/2 hours and low for about another 1 1/2. Do this first thing in the morning and they will be ready for either Lunch or Dinner. After the 3 hours of cooking in the pot, pour the liquid off the ribs and discard it. I usually remove the ribs first then get rid of the stock.
Once you have completed this put the ribs back into the pot and then pour my favorite BAR B Que Sauce over the top of the ribs. (I use Open Pit Thick & Spicy Sauce) Then set heat on low and let them cook in the sauce for about another hour. You can reduce the cooking time if you like to eat the meat off the bone but this way they should be so tender it will fall off the bone. References : My own receipt…Grandpa