Hey Bergy: Can't believe noone has tried your Crockpot Country Ribs. They are fantastic! Very easy to put together and the taste is DIVINE! Tossed a salad with Tonkcats Olive Garden Italian Salad Dressing, set on crusty bread to go with, and we had ourselves a feast! Thanks for posting another great recipe! Laudee C.
Sorry but the vinegar flavor in these was overpowering. I prefer my old recipe of throwing a chopped onion, ribs and a bottle of bar-b-que sauce in the crockpot.
wow, the smell of these was wonderful!!! I did use spicey clamato and it really kicked it up. The meat just fell off the bone and the recipe was so easy to throw together. Thanks Bergy!
Everyone loved it. Doubled all except the liquid (didn't have tomato so used water). Didn't make the extra sauce. So good! Used real maple syrup as I could not get the lid off of the molasses jar. So many flavors that you can easily omit what you don't have or make subtitutions and still have a flavorful result. The onions were very good with the meat. Will make again.
Delicious! I did make a few substitutions. I didn't have tomato juice or vegetable coctail so I used 1 8 oz can of tomato sauce and 1 can of water. I didn't have Dijon mustard to I used regular. I didn't have poultry seasoning so I used Herbs de Provence. I also did not reserve any of the sauce. I poured all of it into the crockpot. I started with frozen ribs and cooked them 2 hours low, 2 hours on high, then 4 hours on low again. They came out great.
Everybody in the house loves these ribs; 3 very picky little girls, and none denied a second helping!
Great recipe. My whole family loved the ribs and it was so easy to fix. Thanks for sharing this recipe.