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These were okay. I did pre-boil with some added onion and celery and then cooked in the crock pot for 7 hours with the sauce. The meat was stringy and not all that flavorful. Meh.
Very tasty recipe and hubby ate all the leftovers the next day. Will definately cook this again
My Dad is a rib expert, and he loved this recipe!! It tastes wonderful, and is so easy! Makes you want to cook ribs more often!
better thas on the grill. the rub is the key, this one's a keeper!
The ribs turned out very tender. Because of a review about the BBQ being to thin, I only added 1/2 cup of water. With crock pot cooking, less is more when it comes to liquid because it doesn't loose any liquid. I also browned by ribs a little to cut back the grease.
Loved this recipe all around. I loved the thought of using the crockpot first of all and than knowning all I had to do was throw everything in and cover and let it cook and I could go on about whatever I was doing. The ribs turned out very tender and the flavor was great! Thanks for sharing! A keeper for sure
With a few adaptions, this has to be the best sauce I have ever tasted. I love brown sugar BBQ sauce. I added less water, a little less ketchup(tasted too much ketchup flavor), a little more paprika, and a few teaspoons more brown sugar. A great recipe, and easy to adapt to your liking.
I liked the ease of this recipe and the flavor was good. I wished that I had parboiled the ribs a bit to reduce the fat and I would reduce the water just a bit to thicken up the BBQ saucea bit- mine came out very thin - I could have made a mistake so use your own judgement. The family voted this one a repeat. Thanks.