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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-01-2009, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Slow Cooker Ribs

I'm going to attempt some Baby Back Ribs in the crock pot today...if they turn out good, I'll share the recipe! If anyone has any tips, I'm listening!!

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Don't skimp on the sauce, and no matter how tempting it is to lift the lid to "Check on them", don't do it.

Keep that lid on as much as possible, to keep the moisture and heat working for you, making the ribs tender and juicy.
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Put some dijon mustard and a drop or few of whiskey in the bbq sauce.
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Ok, they were fricken awesome! I did lift the lid a few times... No harm done!! I used ketchup, molasses, fig preserves, brown sugar, salt, pepper and garlic abd a little red wine vinegar!!! The meat fell off the bone!
I served them with baked potato wedges doused in olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder, and parmesan cheese!!!

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pics Dawn, where are the pics ?!?




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Sounds good Dawn. As you found out, slow and low temps are the key.
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When I have some nice tender crock'd meat like that, I like to serve it with some "Roasted Veggies".
Really easy to make too.

I cut up any combination of some hard veggies (they roast the best) like potatos, turnips, carrots, etc... and toss them in a ziploc bag with a couple tbsp of virgin olive oil.
I also usually toss in some pearl onions (or chopped onion pieces if I don't have any pearls) and some big cloves of garlic (peeled), then shake them around for a bit to get everything coated nicely.

Sprinkle a few spices into the bag, sky's the limit, be creative, and give it another shake or three to evenly distribute everything.
I like some basil and dill with dry-grated parmesean, or some cajun spices and salt. *yum*

Spread them evenly on a cooking sheet and bake for 40 min or so at 400 degrees, until they get nice and brown, with some slightly charred tips and corners.
You may want to flip/stir them a bit about halfway through.


Next time I make some, I promise to take some pics.
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pics Dawn, where are the pics ?!?
Wow, I didn't even think of that!!! Next Time...

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geez, you think you would know better by now.....




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post #10 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-08-2009, 07:21 PM Thread Starter
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I know...I'm a little slow!!

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