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Crockpot-Barbecue-Ribs

by Emy
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easy slow cooker barbecue ribs are melt-in-your-mouth incredible! let your slow cooker do all the work and come home to sticky, fall apart ribs!
Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs easy and absolutely DELICIOUS! Fall-off-the-bone tender ribs finished off in the oven to create the best, barbecue sticky glaze and caramelised edges! The 4-ingredient marinade is the hands down the best marinade smothered on ribs.

The secret to the level of deliciousness in these ribs is a good GOOD kick of garlic in our marinade. Usually, the oven is our best friend when craving and cooking oven baked ribs, but the Slow Cooker has become my favourite kitchen tool in our chaotic life. Move over oven…

The best part about Slow Cooker Barbecue Ribs is that they fit for any time…any season. Slow coking ribs breaks down the connective tissue in the meat making them fall-apart, tender. Brushing with a delicious barbecue sauce glaze with a kick of garlic and Cayenne (optional), then broiled for an extra 2 minutes until bubbling, charred and crispy on the tops and edges ensures the best ribs you will try.

* ingredients:

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° 2 C barbecue sauce
° 2 tsp brown sugar
° 3 freshly mince garlic cloves
° 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
° 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)
° 4 to 5 pounds of baby’s back ribs

* instructions:

The first step:
In a zip-top bag, pour the barbecue sauce
Add brown sugar, garlic, Worcestershire sauce and cayenne pepper if you choose
The second step:
Close the bag with a zip and use your hands to knead the bag and mix the sauce ingredients together well.
Opening bag & stick ribs inside
Third step:
Close the bag and shake the bag to completely cover the ribs
Spray the inner part of the crock pot
The fourth step:
Open the bag and put the ribs in the crock pot
Pour half of the sauce from the bag into the crock pot, making sure to cover the ribs with the sauce.
Fifth step:
Cook over high heat for 4 to 5 hours to drop bone meat, on low heat for 9 hours to drop bone.
If you prefer super lean meat, but stay on the bone, cook over low heat for 7 hours until the boneless meat falls off.
Sixth step:
Have some sauce available on the table, then everyone can choose whether they want more or not.

Enjoy!

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