Downhome Country Style Crock Pot Ribs

"3 ingredients, 3 steps, and the meal makes itself -- couldn't be easier or tastier! Season with salt and pepper to taste and you can't go wrong!"
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Ready In:
12hrs 5mins


  • 3 lbs country-style pork ribs
  • 1 (1 7/8 ounce) envelope knorr leek soup mix
  • 1 (14 ounce) can cream of mushroom soup (avoid the concentrate if possible)


  • Place ribs in crock Pot, sprinkle with soup mix and add mushroom soup.
  • Turn crock pot to low, cover and cook for 12 hours.
  • Serve with garlic mashed potatoes, peas and a big green salad for a fabulous meal.

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  1. princesslisa of a g
    This recipe was very good! The rib meat just fell off the bone! It had a wonderful flavor, my only wish was that the sauce was a little thicker. Next time I will probably try to thicken it. Great for the rarest of us out there who don't like bbq sauce!
  2. WhatamIgonnaeatnext
    This was really great! I had to change it because I couldn't find any leek soup mix (I looked at several places), and I couldn't find any not concentrated soup (so I just used 2 cans of the regular cream of mushroom soup). I used onion soup mix in place of the leek. At least I found the ribs!<br/>Anyway, the meat was tender, juicy, and fell off the bone. We ate ours with mashed potatoes, and the sauce made an awesome gravy.<br/>I made this for "2013 Zaar Cookbook Tag". Thanks for posting.<br/>P.S. If I ever find that soup mix, I'm going to try it.
  3. Sherry  Carl
    My husband and I loved this recipe ! We used hollywood ribs because they have more meat on them than country style. The gravy was delicious and the ribs were melt in your mouth tender. Great recipe.
  4. Gagoo
    This is a fantastic recipe - DH said the best ribs he'd had in years. Thanks for posting - we will be enjoying this for years to come.


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