- 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 11 days ago
Great flavor....will have again!
Claudia 14 Oct
Perfect, used my homemade BBQ sauce.
Kayla Levasseur 11 Sep
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
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
Great flavor! I added Worcestershire sauce instead of liquid smoke because that’s what I had on hand.
Schermerhorn-Barnhart 27 May
probably wont use again, was good, but not knock your socks off
Tom A. 11 May
Wonderful Added onion and garlic. Will use again
Jennifer Righter 1 May
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
very easy for a family on the go. very tasty and directions were easy to follow
Kate 18 Apr
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
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).