By Bergy on August 07, 2001
Photo by Bergy
Photo by Bergy
"This is a wonderful tasty dish for those rainy days ahead. It has a mellow flavor and the meat is succulent but for some it may need a bit of hot sauce (I added 2 tbsp to the sauce)."
Serving Size: 1 (540 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"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."