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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Super Bowl Eats - Part 2

Today I'm sharing with you these super easy and very delicious

Crock pot BBQ Ribs

Yeah...I know...I wondered too if they would be as good as those done on the grill, but our family loves them.  They are so easy to make and come out incredibly tender.
I tweaked a couple of recipes to suit our tastes....and here is my version.
Crock Pot BBQ Ribs
This recipe can also be found on our Family Food Blog - TheCrowsCrustyLoaf.blogspot.com
Ingredients
One rack of extra meaty pork ribs
One jar of Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce (or your favorite sauce)
Rub
1/4 c. brown sugar
2 T paprika
1/2 t. ground red pepper (or to taste-we like 'em spicy)
1/2 t garlic powder
1/4 t salt and 1/4 t pepper
1/2 T chili powder
Cut up your rib rack section into quarters.  You can leave the membrane on the back, as it helps to hold the ribs together during the long cooking process.  Place the ribs sections on a plate or waxed paper.
Mix the rub ingredients all together, then slather the ribs with mixture.  You can do this the night before, wrap them up and refrigerate, or right before you placed them in the slow cooker.
Place the rib sections so that they lean again the sides of the slow cooker.  Don't just lay them in the bottom on top of each other.
Pour 3/4 of the bottle of BBQ sauce over the ribs, making sure to drizzle as much as possible on the ribs themselves. Reserve the rest for extra dipping sauce at the table.
  Set your slow cooker to High and cook for 5 hours or Low for 7 hours.  I used the high temp.
If you are home, baste the ribs occasionally with the BBQ sauce and drain off any excess fat.
Remove from the crock pot and use the additional sauce for dippin' at the table.
 This recipe serves about 4 ...so feel free to double or triple it...Twice as many ribs will fit in a big crockpot with no problem, but if you triple the recipe, you may need another crockpot.


Enjoy!

3 comments:

  1. I am making hot wings and a few apps to eat during the game. Thanks for the recipe. Janice

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  2. Thanks for sharing Wendy , those sound delicious ! Hope you are having a great weekend ~ hugs Angela

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  3. Hi Wendy, want do try these ribs. Sweet baby rays is Ronny's favorite barbaque sauce. Thanks for sharing, hugs, Lecia

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