Low & Slow Ribs

Eddie Szczerba


These are so tender and flavorful they really do fall off the bone,amazing!!


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24 Hr
7 Hr
Slow Cooker Crock Pot


How to Make Low & Slow Ribs


  1. Remove ribs from packaging,rinse and pat dry with paper towels. Using your hands generously rub the rib rub all over both sides of the ribs.
  2. Pour the chicken stock into the slow cooker first,then arrange the ribs inside,it's okay to stack them on top of one another,not to worry. Set the machine on low for seven hours and just wait,no basting needed,just wait.
  3. For the rub:
    2-tbsp.garlic powder
    2-tbsp.chili powder
    2-tbsp.ground cumin
    1-tbsp.white pepper
    1-tbsp. black pepper
    1-tsp.cayenne pepper
    1-tsp.crushed thyme leaves
    Mix all of the spices together well,then sift them through a fine mesh strainer,store in an air tight container and keep it in your spice cupboard for further use. This recipe can be doubled if you wish,I use it on everything,steaks and chicken for grilling,fish,lamb etc.etc.
  4. Once the ribs are ready to serve,be careful when removing them,they fall apart rather easily. If you prefer you can cool them completely then sauce them with your favorite BBQ sauce and do them up on the grill,also amazing flavor!! Enjoy!! :)

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About Low & Slow Ribs

Course/Dish: Marinades Other Sauces Pork
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids
Hashtag: #Fabulous

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