Sweet & Sour Slow-Cooked Ribs {Archived Post}

This post was originally from July 4, 2011. It is still one of my favourite meals and I have never perfected bbq ribs on a barbeque so the slow cooker is still my main way of getting fall off the bone goodness. Enjoy!

This recipe is one that I made up because I love the taste of BBQ, but have never owned one.  I don't love the over-sweetened taste of jarred BBQ sauces though.  So I always try to cut the sweetness by adding a little vinegar (acid), or a hint of lemon (sour).  This will give a more complex flavour.  Make people think more is going on in the dish, without really being a complicated recipe.



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Sweet & Sour Slow-Cooked Ribs
Ingredients
  • 2 lbs short ribs, par-cooked
  • 400 ml Chicken & Rib BBQ Sauce
  • 1/4 cup malt vinegar/ or apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 4 shots worchestershire
  • 3 tablespoons apple juice
Instructions
How to prep the ribs: boil the ribs for 15 minutes in lightly salted water. Then add them to slow cooker after chopping into manageable pieces. Add liquid ingredients.simmer 3-4 hours on high heat, 5-6 hours on low heatmeat thermometer should read 170 degrees celcius
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 4 servings



Reminder: Please remember to sanitize all surfaces, dishes and utensils that the raw pork has contacted.  This goes for chicken recipes too.  Swap out for clean utensils and platters when the food is cooked.

Comments

Yummy!! Thanks for these..
My hubby is going to love this rib recipe, and I can't wait to try this salad recipe at our friends cottage next weekend!!!
Sounds delicious!

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Both of these recipes sound delicious!

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Apes said…
That's one of my fave salads and I can never resist adding some crunchy sour dough croutons! I'll have to try the ribs... I know I'll like them though, because I always love everything you make! :) Can't wait for Food Fest '11! :)