Kim's StoryHappy New Year 2012!
This is our traditional meal for New Year's Day for my family and my husband's family too. Sometimes it is a pork roast in the crockpot and other times it's country style ribs like these. I look forward to this meal as my husband doesn't like kraut so I really relish it when I can get it. My Dad made barbecue ribs separately for my husband. (He is so spoiled.) haha
Now, I have another "Ancient Debelak Recipe" at least that's what my Dad calls all his recipes. LOL
country style ribs
salt and black pepper
bag, refrigerated sauerkraut
thyme, dried (a little more heavy on the thyme)
sweet basil, dried
fresh green beans
potatoes, new red
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1Season ribs with salt, pepper and Italian seasoning and sear your ribs in a countertop electric skillet or cooker in a little bit of oil till brown. Now, cook your ribs and onions on medium heat 300 degrees (in same pan) and add water as needed about 1 1/2 to 2 hrs till tender. Add the other seasonings at this time to the ribs that are cooking in pan. Then put your kraut in and let it come to a boil and then turn back down heat and let simmer for 15 minutes.
About this Recipe
Jim Decker quadingjim - Jan 3, 2012
Your Dad has a good team. They are my second choice. I love ribs Country, spair ribs and Baby Back ribs.
Shelia Senghas earthbaker - Jan 3, 2012
Love sauerkraut and ribs.
Kim Biegacki pistachyoo - Jan 4, 2012
Ana Santiago buenodeverdad - Jan 4, 2012
Looks heavenly! Nice to see you incorporate the use of a pressure cooker...Between my pressure cookers and slow cookers, I sure can't choose which one I like best! They sure come in handy, Don't they?