A great QUICK way to serve fall-off-the-bone barbecued ribs! I browned the meat in a little oil in the bottom of the cooker and removed the meat to a plate. Then I deglazed the cooker with the beer, vinegar, and water. I sliced a big yellow onion thickly and placed that on the bottom as a sort of "rack" and placed the ribs on top. I added a chopped clove of garlic and a bay leaf and sealed up the pot. After 15 minutes, these ribs were perfect - the barbecue sauce was gilding the lily, but delicious! Everyone loved them. Thanks for a great recipe, Jude!
Ribs are very tasty and tender. I love them and so does my family. Thanks.
These were the best ribs that we have had in a long time!!
Very good, flavor was great and very tender. Made the ribs tender enough for me which is good because I have a hard time with most meat due to lack of teeth.
very good,fast and very tender.
It just wasn't the flavor we expected. For some reason the ribs were kind of dry.