- 3 pounds baby back ribs
- rib rub
- 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
- 1/3 cup soy sauce
- 1 1/2 teaspoons liquid smoke
- barbecue sauce
Arthur Weston 9 Nov 2018
Great flavor....will have again!
Claudia 14 Oct 2018
Perfect, used my homemade BBQ sauce.
Kayla Levasseur 11 Sep 2018
Perfect as is. I put the rack under a broiler for 8 minutes to get the char since I didn’t want to fire up my grill absolutely perfect, will make again
Gina D. 5 Sep 2018
Awesome! My first attempt at cooking ribs and it was so easy. I will definitely use this recipe many time to come
Jennifer R. 26 Jun 2018
Great flavor! I added Worcestershire sauce instead of liquid smoke because that’s what I had on hand.
Schermerhorn-Barnhart 27 May 2018
probably wont use again, was good, but not knock your socks off
Tom A. 11 May 2018
Wonderful Added onion and garlic. Will use again
Jennifer Righter 1 May 2018
I made these and they were EXCELLENT!!! After cooking in the crockpot I put them in the oven to broil with bbq sauce just for added flavor. I found some sugar free barbecue sauce and ate the entire slab!!! Will definitely be making these again!!!
Robin Johncharles 22 Apr 2018
very easy for a family on the go. very tasty and directions were easy to follow
Kate 18 Apr 2018
They were amazing, after pressure cooking I put my sauce on one side, broiled 5 minuets, turned them over, brushed with sauce, broiled 5 minuets then one more time, they were perfect
Kinder Lowry 21 Jan 2018
Making them a second time because my kids devoured the entire rack before my husband was able to try them! My kids are super excited that I am making them for dinner twice in the same week lol. Very delicious!
Jessica B. 11 Dec 2017
Amazing! we will definitely be going broke now, i love these ribs!
Alyssa Lally 24 Oct 2017
Will be making again!!
G 17 Aug 2017
Straight forward recipe. Used S/P and garlic powder (all I had) and it was plenty. Very good. M No doubt will make them again
Tara 21 May 2017
The apple cider vinegar lingered strongly on the finished product and left a bad taste.
Kristen Hartmann 13 Mar 2017
Tender and juicy, but would have liked a sauce to go with it. So I used the drippings to make one. I will use this recipe again.
Bill W. 18 Jun 2016
I cook a lot in slow cooker. It is excellent for BBQ Beef, chicken and pork. But I have never found a recipe that included anything to add a smokey flavor. That is until now. Good job. I might add that I added liquid smoke to any of my BBQ recipes in the slow cooker. Bottom line you can add a teaspoon of liquid smoke to any of the recipes with good results (if you enjoy the smokey flavor).