Country Style Pork Ribs in a Crock Pot

Country Style Pork Ribs in a Crock Pot created by diner524

A quick and easy way to spice up pork ribs.

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3hrs 20mins
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  • Brown Country Style Pork Ribs in Margarine or Butter. Mix everything and cook in a Crock Pot on High for 3-4 hours. Reduce heat to low for the last hour.
  • Chicken can be used in lieu of Pork.
  • Use the sauce as gravy on mashed potatoes.
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"A quick and easy way to spice up pork ribs."

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  1. Linda K.
    I wanted to love this, but was too tart (maybe vinegar & lemon) and after 4 hours my small boneless ribs did not melt in my mouth - took a bit of sturdy chewing. I did not have chili sauce, but used our favorite honey BBQ and ketchup as other suggested...other wise no deviations.
  2. Michelle L.
    should I boil them first with or brown in pan
  3. monte l.
    What's the temperature for a Crock-Pot for cooking boneless ribs? It's a touch button Crock-Pot.
  4. baltisraul
    If you boil ribs first, the terrorist WIN! That said these ribs are excellent. I used a combo of sweet chili sauce and My Bar-B-Que sauce in lieu of regular chili sauce. 4/12 hrs on low was perfect for my 6 qt crock pot. I have always struggled with country style boneless shoulder ribs (Boston Butt) but not any longer.
  5. Cook In Northwest
    I loved this! It was easy and quick to prepare and used things I already had in my pantry. (If you don't have chili sauce, then use tomato sauce, ketchup, BBQ sauce, or something like that.) This was tasty, and the meat was moist and falling apart. I browned it in oil, was overly generous with the onions an pepper (I love onions and pepper) and it turned out great. I think you could be quite sloppy in your measurements and it would still be a great recipe. It's a keeper!
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