Tasty Crock Pot BBQ Country Style Pork Ribs

Total Time
5hrs 25mins
Prep 25 mins
Cook 5 hrs

I love BBQ and I love easy. I put this together by trying others, mixing and matching, adding my own taste and here it is.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. While I boil the pork for 20-30 minutes to decrease fat, I mix all other ingredients together in a large enough bowl and stir to mix well.
  2. Put pork in the crock pot, adding sauce as you go, until you get to about an inch from the top.
  3. Use as much sauce as you can as it will be needed later to put over the rice.
  4. With a big spoon, give a stir to blend all together.
  5. Put on the lid, turn on high and let it cook for about 5 hours.
  6. After that, you may want to keep it a little longer on low to keep it hot.
  7. Serve this with some white rice, baked beans (or just pork& beans), cole slaw and some toasted garlic bread and you have yourself a meal.
  8. Be sure to use lots of the sauce over the pork and rice.
Most Helpful

I just made this and I can still smell the wonderful aroma in the air! I made as instructed, but pan seared the ribs in olive oil first, omitted celery & bell pepper and added a teeny bit of liquid smoke, chili sauce and steak sauce. I cooked in my pressure cooker for almost 45 minutes and the ribs were falling apart tender! I also skimmed off the fat and thickened the sauce with a little cornstarch and it turned out awesome! Thanks so much for such a great recipe! Will be making again!

WendyAllyn December 13, 2010

What a lovely recipe. I updated it so there would be enough sauce to go along with the 7.5 lbs of ribs I had & it juuuust fit in my slow cooker. I did have a few that came out tough but that may have been because I had to finish thawing in the microwave which cooked a few ends. I cooked on high for 5 hours & on low for another 2. We had the ribs straight the first night (extra sauce was great over mashed potatoes) & then a few nights later shredded for barbecue sandwiches. I thought the cayenne would be too much at first but the heat was minimal. Also, if you like your sauce smoother you can take out the ribs & put the sauce through your blender and add a bit of cornstarch to thicken it up.

Coraniaid February 06, 2014

I have made this several times and it is a big crowd pleaser.<br/>One thing I did different was add 3 cans of pinto beans (drained) to the crockpot and then I served the beans as a side. I just used a slotted spoon to scoop the beans out and they have a wonderful flavor to them as well.

shoop December 27, 2013

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