Country Style Pork Ribs, Electric Pressure Cooker

deb baldwin


Since I have gotten my electric pressure cooker, I precook my ribs in this, instead of the oven.
The ribs turn out excellent and do not dry out, if you want to hold them for a while. They are fall off the bone goodness.

★★★★★ 2 votes
10 Min
1 Hr
Pressure Cooker


4 - 6
large pieces of country style pork ribs (bone in or out)
seasoning salt or
mesquite seasoning
2 c
your favorite barbecue sauce


1Season your ribs as to your taste. Pressure cooking will intensify the flavors so you do not need to put as much on.
I use mesquite seasoning and a little barbecue sauce.
2Add 2 cups of water to bottom of pan and set your steaming basket in next.
Lay your seasoned ribs on in a basket that fits your pan for your pressure cooker. Try to have the fat side up if possible and single layered.

I have a stainless steel strainer for my steaming basket.
3Close your lid, latch and set the timer for 60 minutes..These country style ribs are thick and meaty so these ribs need a little more time.
4When the timer goes off, your dinner is almost ready.
If you want to wait a while for dinner, the electric pressure cooker will hold your ribs until you are ready.
If you want to start eating: Release the pressure as directed and add more barbecue sauce before setting on the table. They are just wonderful.
5If you want to you can brown and caramelize the sauce under the broiler or on the barbecue. Your choice.
I usually serve with french bread (toasted with garlic) and homemade potato salad.

About Country Style Pork Ribs, Electric Pressure Cooker

Course/Dish: Pork
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy