By Lainey6605 on May 14, 2008
Photo by dellarusso
Photo by dellarusso
"This takes minutes to throw together in the morning and tastes delicious. Recipe is from Campbells."
Serving Size: 1 (324 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I purchased Campbell Soups slow cooker recipe book a few years ago. This recipe is one of my favorites out of the book. I use the boneless beef short ribs, (less fat, more meat) and imported dark German beer. Wonderful flavor and tender ribs every time. A good tip to remember is the better the beer, the better the flavor. Save the bud light for drinking!"
"I made these ribs last April for my husbands birthday. My brother-in law and his wife were there and they all loved, loved, loved these ribs. I am making them tomorrow now for my brother-in-law's birthday and my hubby is like a little kids waiting for them. I used Newcastle for the beer. It absolutely has to be dark beer without a doubt. I also use some Old Bay for seasoning. YUMMM"
"These are good short ribs. I've followed "beef & beer" recipies before, and the beer you use makes a big difference in flavor. Also, my store only had 2 lb. packages of short ribs, so I mixed the ribs with 1 lb of beef stew meat. The ribs taste better than the stew meat. Maybe the fat is better at absorbing the flavor. Anyway, I'm glad I used the dark beer and bone in ribs."
"I feel terrible writing this, but we really did not enjoy this recipe at all. The sauce is missing something and I can't figure out what it is. The sauce was very bland and couldn't be doctored up to taste better. I have made much better short ribs with other recipes on the site."
"I have never cooked short ribs before but I had found some on sale and this looked like a great recipe. They turned out wonderful...falling off the bone good and I served the sauce over red skinned mashed potatoes. I used a dark beer in these. Made for 1-2-3 Tag."
"As far as crock pot ribs go these were some of the best I have had. The fat in the ribs always dilutes the flavor of the sauce in the crock, but this sauce held up pretty well, I added salt and pepper after cooking and skimmed most of the fat off the sauce before serving. I think the dark(flavorful) beer does make a difference too :) Thanks for posting! Made for PRMR Feb 09."
"Sorry, but I never had such a tasteless meal from a crockpot before this one. It was tasteless the only thing different was I didn't have dark beer I used Bud light, I cant believe that it made it that tasteless. Disappointed"
"These were delicious, rich and flavorful. The meat does fall off the bone, and it is so easy to put together. I made it exactly as posted except, after it was done, I thickened some of the remaining juices for a nice gravy. I served this with garlic mashed potatoes and sauteed spinach, and it was great comfort food on a snowy weekend. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders Tag Game."
"These were so good. After cooking for 9 hours they were definitely melt in your mouth. The meat was falling off the bone. Usually we do our ribs slathered in a barbecue sauce, but this was a great way to do them too. I loved how easy they were to make as well. Thanks so much for posting this keeper!"