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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Cooking Ribs in the Crock Pot

   
       These are the most tender, fall-of-off-the-bone ribs you will EVER taste.  They are so easy to make also.  Any kind of ribs work but I prefer to use country style ribs but baby back ribs will work too.  These turn out absolutely fantastic and the recipe and how-to is basically fool-proof.

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     Cooking Ribs in the Crock Pot

7-8 lbs. pork ribs
32 oz. Barbecue Sauce 
Salt & pepper
brown sugar
garlic powder

     Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.  Get a large cookie sheet and lay out a piece of foil onto the cookie sheet to prepare your ribs.  

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      Sprinkle the ribs one one side with salt and pepper.  Then take the brown sugar, garlic powder and onion powder and press some into each rib.  Be sure to rub the spices and brown sugar into the ribs to coat them thoroughly.  Turn the ribs over and repeat the process.  

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       Place the ribs in the oven and cook for 15 minutes.  Flip the ribs over and cook for another 15 minutes.  As they cook, turn your crock pot onto high and let it heat up.

      Once the time has elapsed on the timing of the ribs, place the ribs into the crock pot.  Gently pour in 1/2 cup of water.  Pour barbecue sauce (I use homemade) on over the ribs.  Be sure to cover them all.  Place the lid on the crock pot and cook the ribs for 4 hours.  You can also cook them on low for 8 hours.  Either way, they turn out delicious.  
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These ribs are great when served along some Baked Beans or Homemade Cole Slaw.  Yum!
     
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