Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs

"Got this recipe from one of those Church pot luck supper deals. These are super easy to make. It doesn't call for bottled Bar-b-q sauce and there are never any leftovers."
Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs created by Chef Booshman
Ready In:
6hrs 30mins



  • Place ribs in Dutch Oven and microwave on high for 20 minutes. This will cook away a lot of the fat.
  • In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients, except ribs. Stir well.
  • Dip each rib into sauce or brush sauce on all sides of ribs.
  • Place coated ribs in slow cooker.
  • Pour remaining sauce over ribs. cover and cook on low 5-6 hours.
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  1. Chef Booshman
    The dutch oven I used is Corning Ware. It works well in the microwave as well as the oven.
  2. mjmcandrews
    I am confused. Since every Dutch Oven I have ever seen is metal, how can you possibly microwave something in a Dutch Oven?
  3. Lazarus
    Very good flavour, easy prep, and effortless cooking. My ribs got fairly overcooked, as I set the slow cooker and couldn't get back to it until the cooking time was almost done. I'm not sure if there wasn't enough liquid, or it was simply too much time. Regardless, after picking out the few frazzled ones, the rest were more or less fine. I'm not sure what Heinz chili sauce is like, but I used 1/4 cup of the Asian chili sauce we buy in Chinatown, and that was almost too hot. The full 3/4 cup would have been nasty! I think I'll make these again, but I'll definitely have to figure out the cooking time a little more.
  4. Half-fast-cook
    I prepared them for my husband as I'm not a "rib fan" and then was unexpectedly called out of town for a few days. Fortunately I left him with a pot full of his favorite food, which he thoroughly enjoyed. I worried that there was not enough liquid in the pot while cooking, but it was a success--good flavor, tender, moist.
  5. Michele in NJ
    Fantastic! I did make a few changes due to my personal taste. I added 2 TBS. more of vinegar and since I had no liquid smoke, I used a hickory smoked garlic seasoning. These were the most tender ribs that I have ever made in the crockpot. Thank you!

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