If you like ribs, then you’ll LOVE these Slow Cooker Country Style Rib Tidbits!
Slow Cooker Country Style Rib Tidbits
Grilling is not the only way to make up a batch of ribs. This crockpot recipe creates the juiciest, fall off the bone ribs that will satisfy your rib fan.
My husband LOVES ribs. I’m not a huge fan, since I have this thing about gnawing meat off a bone. I just can’t do it. You’d think growing up in Central Oregon with all the hunting my father did, I’d be tougher than that, but it’s like fingers on a chalk board for me. Now if my husband pulls off a few pieces of the meat that’s not fatty, I’ll eat it. I’m not completely nuts.
If he’s not grilling his ribs, he’s asking me to make up a batch in the slow cooker. These Slow Cooker Country Style Rib Tidbits are perfect for the crockpot. Even though these are pork, you could also try it with beef.
Just recently, our neighbor built a smoker and brought over a full rack of baby back ribs and I thought my husband was going to roll in them. I really should make ribs more often, but it’s hard when it’s not your thing…. I’m so selfish. 🙂
That’s why I love this slow cooker version. It makes it so easy.
How to Make Slow Cooker Country Style Rib Tidbits
Lay your ribs out on a cutting board and season them on both sides.
I like to mix all my seasonings together before and add them all together, instead of adding them one at a time. I’ll mix them up together in a small ziplock baggy, then sprinkle away. I love making up a little extra for a BBQ rub when I need it. Like this Caribbean Chicken Rub I made. It’s always good to have extra.
After you’ve got them well seasoned, just place them in your slow cooker. It doesn’t matter if your slow cooker is a 3 quart or 5 quart. The cooking time may vary, but they both work.
Mix up the water and liquid smoke into a broth and pour over the ribs.
Put the lid on and let it work its magic.
When it’s done, take out the ribs and place on a parchment lined baking sheet. Slather on your favorite BBQ sauce. I’ve been enjoying this Trader Joe’s Bold and Smokey Kansas City Style BBQ Sauce.
Place under the broiler for a bit to allow the sauce to caramelize. Flip the ribs, add more sauce and broil. About 5 minutes each side.
Enjoy! I like adding all my seasonings together before sprinkling on the ribs. I keep an extra baggy made up for other meat recipes too.
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I like adding all my seasonings together before sprinkling on the ribs. I keep an extra baggy made up for other meat recipes too.
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