Slow Cooker Ribs
Super-simple recipe that will leave your mouth watering and your house smelling insanely delicious when you get home from work!
Super-simple recipe that will leave your mouth watering and your house smelling insanely delicious when you get home from work!
I can't say I was impressed. It didn't taste like ribs, but more of an asian style food. I prefer more of a bbq taste on ribs. Also, the sauce was too thin in my opinionRead More
These came out really delicious. However, I only bought 2 pounds of ribs, and I needed a lot more of the dry ingredients to get a good rub. I just kept adding to the bowl - probably with a tablespoon of each dry ingredient by the end.
YUMMY! This was easy & so good! I did as someone suggested & started off with about 1TSP of the dry ingredients & didn't add hot pepper sauce because I didn't have any on hand....cooked for about 6 hours....other than that I followed directions.......fall apart tender! Friends & family loved it! Will be having this again!
Very good! I just used bottled BBQ sauce and they turned out delicious!. Very tender.
Diabetic changes: My husband is diabetic- loves barbaque and we are in that portion of the country where barbaque sauces are mopped on and sweet. I found Stubbs' original Bar-B-Q which has 4 gm of sugar and 7 carbs in 2 T. and substitued splenda for the orange juice. Stubbs is spicy so I didn't use the steak seasoning, chili or garlic sauce- did put in 2 bulbs of garlic and used low Na Soy Sauce. It was delicious and my husband was smiling that he had barbeque that didn't send his blood sugars soaring. I am not diabetic and I loved it also...
The sauce for this recipe was really yummy! I don't know what went wrong with my ribs though, they tasted like sawdust! Really dried out. I had them in the slow cooker for about 9 hours, I don't know if the heat was too high. Next time I may try bone-in ribs and put my cooker on auto-shift to see if that helps. Loved the sauce, I put it over white rice!
Absolutely dee-lish! We were away most of the day, and it the smell when we walked through the door was heavenly!
This recipe is WAY better if you brown the ribs in a pan before adding them to the slow cooker. Made them a few times with and without browning and there is definitely a difference.
holy buckets! one of the few recipes I have scanned the reviews and decided to make as it without changing anything (and yes, I believe we should only rate the recipe as is not on a bazillion changes)! THIS WAS ABSOLUTELY DELISH. I shredded the ribs and served it over rice with some steamed broccoli. SO LOVELY! I even went to far as to make my own teriyaki sauce since I didn't want to run to the Asian store for that one ingredient. THANK YOU!!!
Very tasty. Top recipe. Thanks so much.
Omg....so good!!! The meat just fell apart and melted in my mouth...i did use about a teaspoon full of the spices to rub on the meat and i found the liquid mixture just a little too salty for my taste...so i added some brown sugar and honey to the liquids ...i also cooked the meat on high for 3 1/2 hours and for the last 1 1/2 i turned it down to low....these were some of the best ribs ever...
My family loved these and they are rib authorities! I loved them too -- they tasted great and were super easy! We WILL have these again!
I cooked ribs on 4th of July using this recipe (except I increased the serving to about 20 and had to use 2 slow cookers) and it was GREAT! Myself and everyone else really enjoyed them. Very flavorful and very tender (fall off the bone, my favorite kind of ribs!). The only thing I did not like about it was there was a lot of grease. This could have been the ribs or could have been something I done wrong. I dunno, but it was still good. Thanks for sharing this recipe!!
We liked this. I liked the chili powder and Worcestershire sauce in it. I used Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. I didn't have teriyaki, so I left that out and used 1/2 cup pineapple juice in place of it and the OJ. I used garlic powder instead of salt to cut down on the saltiness. I finely chopped a small yellow onion and put that in too. At 8 hrs, the meat on the outer edges was getting a bit burnt and a little dry, so my crockpot only needs 6-7 hrs next time. I served mashed potatoes and used the sauce as gravy. Thanks for a great recipe I'll make again.
I followed the recipe as exact as possible, with the exception of the hot pepper sauce (I had none). Based on other reviews, I used the measurement of 1 T for each of the dry ingredients (the rub). For my steak seasoning, I used Mesquite flavor, which is what I had on hand. My pork ribs came to 4.90 pounds total, and my crock pot is on the smaller side. Also, some of my ribs had a few bones. I cooked it on high power for the crock pot. (I just now threw everything in and it is 11:45 late morning--I will come back to give a more accurate rating after we eat these and will be keeping an eye on how they cook throughout the day. OK, at 4 o'clock the 6 ribs were done perfect and the house does indeed smell delicious. I am turning the pot off in the hope that they will still be as delicious in the next hour and a half as they are right now. The piece I ate tasted rather strongly like pepper. Hmmm, maybe a little less pepper (like 1 tsp) would be better for my taste, but other than that, the sauce tastes just delicious. Great recipe--thank you.
I have read several of the reviews for this recipe which I have made many times. The dry and wet ingredients are your own choosing, like just using your favorite BBQ sauce, or perhaps using a dry rub which includes the listed ingredients. My best tip is use fatty meat which will keep it moist, also try bone in ribs. Either way do yourself a favor and sear you rubbed meat first in a pan.
I can't say I was impressed. It didn't taste like ribs, but more of an asian style food. I prefer more of a bbq taste on ribs. Also, the sauce was too thin in my opinion
This was excellent. Easy, tasty and boy did the house smell great while it was cooking.
Made this 3 weekends ago (just found my "notes") This was my first time making ribs in the slow cooker and I absolutely loved this recipe. The flavor was different than the same old BBQ style...unfortunately, my husband prefers the "same old". I would recommend this recipe.
Awesome flavor! My house smelled like a high end barbeque restaurant at the end of the day..mmmmmmmm
I made this a month ago and forgot to review -- they were absolutely delicious! Everyone loved them! My husband couldn't wait to take leftovers in his lunch. I will say that I eliminated the orange juice and Worcestershire sauce because I didn't have any, and it was still amazing! I plan on making this again tonight the exact same way since they were such a hit! PS -- I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce.
My family loves this recipe for regular baby back ribs. Great taste and the meat falls right off the bone. I didn't use the exact measurements, but added all the ingredients. I have 3 boys and this is the recipe of choice.
I just didn't care for these. The smell all day wasn't even a good one. Not sure what was off in the ingredients for me ... the OJ? Who knows, but something in it, just wasn't a good fit for me. The ribs were tender, though.
These were alright. My husband didn't care for them
This was ok but much too salty.
Ribs turned out good. Sauce was too tangy, although I didn't have any terriyaki sauce, and that probably didn't help. Try adding terriyaki sauce or brown sugar next time.
My family loved it and I had fun telling them the ingredients! It got some funny reactions, especially the orange juice! But there were no complaints, only compliments when the house started to smell wonderful. The only thing I'd say is that I knew 8 hours even on low would be too much for boneless ribs, but I also understand that slow cookers vary. I set it for 5 hours and it was basically done in 4, so I turned it down to warm until we were ready to eat. Delicious over potatoes!
These come out soo good. I used about a table spoon of each of the dry rub, I used Sweet Baby Ray's Hickory & Brown Sugar BBQ sauce. I added about 1/4 cup chopped onion and as a twist I spread a can of crushed pineapple over the ribs, cooked on low setting for 6 hours. just falling apart and so good. served with cheesy mashed potatoes.
I would make it again, it came out very tender and there could be a large variation of taste based on what BBQ sauce you would use. I did have to substitute tamari for the soy sauce (not much difference in flavor) and I had no OJ so I added a 1/2 teaspoon of orange zest, instead.
This is a good recipe. The pork has a tangy flavor.
The rub was terrible, and made everything else not-so-great. The only other thing I should add is to NOT overcook your ribs. The amount of time called for is perfect. But I won't be making this again.
This was o.k., but I found it didn't have much flavour at all. I followed the recipe to a tee, but it was underwhelming. Meat tasted quite bland I thought.
they were good not my favorites , my husband really liked them .
I'm giving this 5 stars, though like other reviewers I increased the amount of dry rub dramatically. I used a teaspoon of each seasoning and only had 3# ribs. It was just enough to cover all the ribs just fine. When my husband got home tonight, he said whatever I was making sure smelled good! We sat down to eat and we both agreed it also tasted fantastic.
These ribs were awesome. Very good combination of flavors. Definitely a keeper.
These were good however I'm going to have to work on seasoning the meat to my taste. My husband and daughter loved them. I thought they could use a little more flavor. The ribs were very tender but the sauce was not sticky like I like. Maybe reducing the liquids a bit would give the sauce a better consistency. This is a good and easy recipe, one you can adjust to your liking. Give it a try.
Awesome recipe! The ribs turned out tender with just the right bite to them for zest. This is a keeper. Don’t forget to spray your crock for quick clean up.
This is a very easy recipe to follow. I was disappointed about the outcome of the ribs. I felt that the sauce was a bit salty for my liking. Maybe you can add more BBQ sauce and leave out the Soya sauce or the teriyaki sauce, both as you know is very high in salt Won't make again. Ribs did turn out very tender . Lorraine Paradise, NL
These were so good and tender. Not dry. I did not have terriyaki instead used some stir fry sauce. Did not use hot sause. Cooked in slow cooker on low for 8 hours. I used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce. Next time I might marinate for a few hours.
My family loved them! I only had 3 pounds of ribs, but I probably doubled the rub. The flavor of the rub came through after cooking all day. This will definitely be made again.
I used nature's seasoning on the ribs as well as salt and pepper and I cut out the chili powder and hot sauce (I can't handle the heat). The final product was amazing and my fiance loved how the pork just falls apart! The only thing that would make this recipe better is if the sauce came out thicker in the end.
My ribs were awesome fall off the bone amazing. Did not use the garlic as it wasn’t necessary. Cooked on low for 8 hours. My family absolutely loved it. Will do it again soon. The sauce was light, little sweet and tangy. We use it as dipping sauce it was just that good!!!
I made the ribs and it was amazing!!!! I shared it with my mom. I will definately make it again. I made just a small change. Ihad to increase the fub amount do to using more meat. Other than that everything was kept to the recipe.
This came out perfect! I notoriously over-cook ribs and this was the first time they came out just right. I used a couple different seasonings based on what I had on hand. I left out the teriyaki sauce and put in extra orange juice. I also added some brown sugar to the mixture to give it a little sweetness. I marinated the ribs overnight in the sauce. It came out super delicious!!
Took the easy path and used my wife's favorite KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce. Wow this is now going into our regular rotation.
Very tasty. I used Montreal Seasoning and didn't have teriyaki sauce. Replaced the orange with lemon for an acid. Really smelled great while cooking and 4 hours on high did the trick. Never would have added soy sauce and worcestershire sauces together with BBQ sauce but it worked beautifully. Thanks for the recipe. Will definitely make again.
these were good. however I used garlic powder instead of garlic salt & skipped the black pepper cause there was already so much salt & pepper in the steak seasoning. they turned out delicious!
came out really dry.
So easy! My husband loves it! I've made it twice in the last month. The only thing different I did was mix more spices. A few pinches didn't seem enough to cover ribs.
We did not care for this recipe.
Very tasty, my husband loves it. I didn't have all of the ingredients, but it still came out fantastic!
good sauce / dry ribs.
I did as another reviewer suggested and started with a Tablespoon on some of the ingredients. Since I don't have garlice salt on hand any longer I used 2 Tablespoons of Garlic Powder and 1 tsp of salt , 2 Tbl. of the Chili powder and the steak seasoning and 1 tsp of a fine black pepper. I acutally started off with half and when I was half way through I was out of rub so I made another batch and it was exactly enough. This is the best way to cook country style ribs I have ever tasted. Wonderful recipe. We grill baby backs on the grill and they are perfect but Country style ribs always seem to get dry and chewy. This was tender and juicy. Can't wait to eat it again. I wish there was a way to customize the recipe with the changes.
Very easy to make - finished the ribs on the grill for 5 minutes
This is a staple in our house the kids love it and gobble it up everytime.. its on the request list.
This recipe is very easy to make. I followed the recipe as written. Turned out excellent. I love barbeque but my husband and daugter are not big barbeque eaters. This recipe was a surprising hit with them. It does not have a strong barbeque taste so I warmed and added additional sauce to my serving. My husband added a spicy mustard and my daughter ate as is. I will be making this again soon!
This was delicious! I modified slightly and made it in my Dutch oven. I had no teriyaki or garlic salt. I used garlic, a touch of honey, and liquid smoke instead. I headed the advice of others and seared the meat before cooking. To coat the ribs I mixed them in a mixing bowl. I believe I used 4 teaspoons of each dry ingredient. They cooked in the oven at 325 for roughly 3 hours.
Sauce was a little salty. Don't know if it would have helped but I didn't have any Worcestershire. Next time I will probably make it without the soy sauce and add a little more OJ.
I LOVE this recipe! So easy and you don"t have to follow it exactly but it still turn out delicious! I cook mine in the oven in a covered roasting pan until they fall apart...soooo good!
Dried out and Salty. Could not eat it!!!!
Based on other reviews, I used the dry rub and braised in a hot skillet before putting these in the slow cooker. Cooked on low for 6 hours, rearranging them twice. Excellent. Shredded the leftovers for sandwiches another night.
Did not like the flavor of these ribs. Tasted like they were missing something. I did add a little salt, but def could have used more.
I made this as written except I left out that teriyaki sauce because I didn’t have any on hand. The seasoning and taste was great. The ribs, however, dried out. I will definitely make again but probably will not cook as long as the recipe calls for. I think it could be shortened a couple of hours or cooked on high For maybe 3 1/2 hours and the meat wouldn’t be as dry but the taste would still be great.
Will make it again. Simple.
Whole family loved it! Used 1 tsp of each of the dry ingredients and it was just enough for my 3.5 pounds of ribs. Sauce in the slow cooker was super yummy over white rice.
I've made this a twice now...and love the taste!! My only suggestion - come up a name that reflects this great dish!!
I made this with cranberry sauce instead of OJ (because I didn't have any) and it was SO good! Very easy! Love slow cooker recipes
Turns out great everytime
I had to adapt the recipe due to not having all of the ingredients. But we loved the tangy Asian flavor of these wonderfully soft pork ribs.
Delicious flavor and oh so tender! Every last time one fell off the bone!
I made this! Used four boneless country style pork ribs and paired with steakhouse style green beans and Cracker Barrel macaroni and cheese for the hubby and I!
Very Easy to make. Taste great! Served with fluffy potatoes and green beans.
Did not have steak seasoning and just eyeballed seasonings. Followed recipe otherwise and my family loved it. They said this recipe is a keeper. So easy too!
Disappointed. The smell cooking all day was wonderful. But the end product was much less tasteful; it was salty and dry. It was tender but the fat on the ribs was jello-like.
Made this for my husbands birthday dinner, it was a hit! He couldn't get enough of it, thanks
Great recipe! My family loved the ribs, very flavorful. As someone else mentioned, I too had to add ALOT more dry seasonings. I used at least 2 tablespoons of each, I had a 5 pound package of ribs. Will definitely be using this recipe for my ribs going forward!
Really good recipe. Thanks! You can change up things to your liking with this one.
Easy to make but the meat was chewed and not at all tender like barbecued ribs
This recipe was amazing just the way it was!! I did just pour about a teaspoon of each spice to make rub just so I had enough but other than that I followed exact. I cooked it on low for about 7 hours. So wet and they just fell apart. A ton of juice left in crock pot to put on it if you want. Will be making this many more times!!
I changed the recipe somewhat as I did not have any orange juice and added paprika to the rub. I cooked for 3 hours on high as we live at sea level. The ribs were delicious and very tender. Would certainly use this one again.
Was so yummy! I used Korean BBQ sauce instead of teriyaki sauce because that's what I had on hand :-)
Tastes great, I didnt leave it on low for 8 hours out of fear of it drying out like I read in other reviews. after 4 hours the pork was clearly cooked I turned it down to warm. My only complaint is the sauce is very thin, runny, not thick and gooey like the photo.....oh well.
This recipe really turned out to be AWESOME, I added one extra ingredient what my grand kids call "sugar bear sprinkle " sugar & cinnamon this adds a little zing along with a bit of sweetness.
This is the second time around for this one. Winged it this time as far as spices and such this time. Without a doubt a crowed pleaser. Moistus (yes I made that word up)ribs you will ever taste! Thank you Caselicious.
I made this tonight, but did 4 hours on high. Then I took thw pork out and added 1.5 TBSP of cornstarch to the remaining bbq to thicken it. Then I poured it back over the pork
The cooking time is way too long for these. I used country-style ribs (the big, meaty kind), pulled 'em out after 4.5 hours and they were already a bit dry. Keep a close eye if you decide to make this. This dish had a unique flavor but it's not something I'd make again. I think my taste buds became overwhelmed by all the flavors or something. I dunno. Thank you for sharing.
It was okay. Can't walk away from this one. I cooked them while i was at work and they tops of the ribs where a little brown. If I would have been home to watch them, I could have made sure they were turned or basted every once in a while. The meat still fell off the bone and the flavor was good in spite of the issue.
Second time I have made these, they always turn out marvelous!
making it now....already smells great
Whoever invented slow cooker liners is my hero!. The only downside to the recipe was a pinch of this and a pinch of that. I work better with clear detailed directions. You really cant test it for taste so keep your fingers crossed you got just the right amount of pinches.
I followed this recipe except for the Orange juice; I had none so I added Hoisin sauce and we LOVE THEM!! Until summer comes back to Indiana and we can grill again, this is how we'll enjoy ribs. Thanks for sharing!
I've made this a few times now. My family loves it. I need more of the rub than is listed in the ingredients, and I've substituted pineapple juice for the orange juice because I ran out. Pineapple juice works great in the recipe. I serve it over rice.
Good flavor. Plenty salty, though.
Loved this recipe!!! Will be using this one again!
Absolutely delicious! Will make again!!
Finally a ribs dish my picky daughter liked, also my son and husband loved it! It just fell off the bone .
I thought it was perfect!
This came out very delicious. My daughter keeps asking me to make this again and again.