Thursday, May 3, 2012

Slow-Cooker Pork Ribs


I found this recipe in an album on Chicago Foodie Sisters Facebook page and decided to start it before work today.  I made some changes to the seasonings from what they used but pretty much stayed with their recipe.  








Like they said in the recipe, it isn't pretty, but it is very tender and delicious!!












I started with a 4 pound slab of pork ribs.  I rubbed in Garlic Salt, Montreal Steak Seasoning, Pepper, Celery Salt, Chili Powder and Brown Sugar. 







Next I put about an inch of water in the slow-cooker, added the ribs and covered them with Worchestershire Sauce, A-1 Sauce and Barb-Be-Que Sauce.





My Crock-Pot has settings for every two hours so I set it in Low for 8 hours for it would be ready when I got home.


Almost perfect.  


The only thing I would change would be to use more meat.




Enjoy!



2 comments:

  1. How much of the sauces? A whole bottle: IBV

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  2. There were no measurements. You have to use your judgement. :D

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