This recipe is juch a nice departure from the usual Crock Pot recipes for country style ribs which usually produce a gloppy dish. I followed the recipe with the exception of cooking times since I was very busy. I baked the ribs at 250 for 4 hours, drained the beer added the BBQ sauce and cooked uncovered for an additional hour and fifteen. I also added the garlic (3 cloves). It was a delicious dish served with rice and a refreshing fruit salad. Everyone enjoyed this fix it and forget it recipe. Thanks for sharing.
Yup, winner recipe. Just throw a dryer sheet in your pan filled with water, walk away and 1 hour later you have nothing stuck to your pans! Thanks for a great, easy recipe!
Made this for dinner tonight! I left some of the beer in when I added the BBQ sauce. I also just browned in my cast iron dutch oven then used that to cook them too. They were quite the hit!!!
Thanks for sharing!
Excellent recipe, and so easy. I didn't brown the ribs and they were kind of pink on the bottom, next time I'm browning them. But they were tender and juicy. A keeper!
I just LOVE the way this smells. I also don't brown the ribs (one less dish to wash) and they always turn out great!
Made this tonight and it was terrific! The only problem was getting my DH to give up one of his 12oz's. I used Sweet Baby Ray's original BBQ sauce. The meat literally fell off of the bones! Thanks for a great recipe.
Yummy Yummy Yummy! I used Montreal Steak Seasoning on it when I browned it, Miller Light, and Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce (Honey Chipotle flavor). Defiantly a keeper!
We treated ourselves to these last night.<br/>I followed Bergy's instructions and used Cattleman's BBQ sauce with a couple of pressed garlic cloves and a tablespoon or so of dark maple syrup added.<br/>I made some of Carolle Simmers "Awful Potatoes" (#11630) and my favorite coleslaw to go wih it, and served it all up with a couple of cold Coronas.<br/>It made for an easy, fun and delish Friday night supper.<br/>My DH is eating the rest of the ribs for breakfast right this minute, so... I think this might become a regular indulgence.
This is the best recipe for country style pork ribs I have ever used! I also used the same pan to brown/bake in so there weren't any extra pans to clean though I would gladly wash more than one dish to have tasty ribs like these any day! Thank you for the recipe Bergy!
I made this for date night. He absolutely loved them. He loved the onions and couldn't stop eating them. Next time i will add more onions, I didn't deviate from the recipe and the ribs were beyond tender and fall apart. This will be the only way i make my country ribs ever again :)