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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!

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Lise in Indiana March 08, 2011

Ribs are very tasty and tender. I love them and so does my family. Thanks.

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Grtpmpkn November 09, 2008

These were the best ribs that we have had in a long time!!

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Chef Roellig January 06, 2008

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.

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GMMECH50 January 12, 2007

very good,fast and very tender.

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Chef pitbull July 06, 2005

It just wasn't the flavor we expected. For some reason the ribs were kind of dry.

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KJW60 February 15, 2005
Beer-braised Ribs in Barbecue Sauce (pressure Cooker)