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This was very easy to make and turned out great. I made it in my slow cooker using four bone-in short ribs that were especially meaty as opposed some I've had which were mostly fat. Anyway, I followed the recipe exactly and the resulting dish was excellent. We still have some left over which I'm going to turn into open face beef sandwiches later this week using the leftover sauce as the gravy commonly found with that type of meal. Should be even better since the flavors will have fully melded.
I m not sure why this got some bad reviews because the recipe worked great for me. I omitted the fresh garlic and found that the powdered garlic alone provided plenty of garlic flavor. I think the ratio of wine to beef broth was perfect. Just keep in mind that newer crockpots require less cooking time.
I made these in my instant pot, so instead of 5 hrs the meat cooked in an hour. I also used cornstarch to thicken after removing most of the liquid into a pan on the stove. They were very tender and delicious and the sauce doubled as a light gravy!