Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Pressure Cooker BBQ Pork Ribs

Harvest is just about over.  It has been a beautiful fall.  I woke up Sunday and the trees in the woods are turning beautiful colors.  I wish I took the time to go out and take some pictures. I definitely need to do that soon.  

Overall, crops looked really good this fall.  Yields were great, farmers seemed very pleased with them.  Yields is what the farmer gauges on the overall progress of their farm.  More yield equals more bushels, and in turns means more crop to sell.  Bins on the farm are full, and the run over bushels are brought to the elevator.  Ground piles at the elevator are full and tarped in this area.  Now farmers will wait for higher prices to sell their grain.

I would like to thank my husband for this recipe.  He was home earlier one evening before me and he had this dinner ready in 1 hour.  He is a big fan of the pressure cooker.  

Since my husband started this dinner, I only have pictures of the final product. It was delicious and so easy.  He cut the pork ribs into smaller sections so they fit into the pressure cooker.  Added a bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ and beef broth.  You can add water in place of beef broth, but he is a strong believer that broth add so much more flavor to the meal.

The kids loved this recipe.  The best part is it didn't take all day to cook, and the meat still fell off the bone! 

Pressure Cooker BBQ Pork Ribs
1 pound pork ribs
12 oz beef broth
Salt and pepper to taste

1. Place pork ribs, BBQ and beef broth in cooker
2. Add salt and pepper to taste.
3. Set pressure cooker to 1 hour
4. Let pressure cooker naturally vent.
5. Add more bbq to taste

I have linked up to:
Watcha Crockin Wednesday Week 15

The County Cook Weekend Potluck #247
Meal Plan Monday 51

Crystal Kellner


The Better Baker said...

I am SO happy you shared this recipe with us at Weekend Potluck! I have ribs in the freezer and have been wanting to cook them in the pressure cooker. YAY! Guess what I'll be fixing today? They look amazing.

Crystal Kellner said...

Marsha, Thank you for stopping by my blog! I hope you love this recipe as much as we do! It is so easy to prepare!

Alison said...

If you have more ribs, like 3 pounds, how do you adjust the time? Thanks.

Crystal Kellner said...

I have not tried 3 pounds because I am not sure if it would fit all in my pressure cooker. I would suggest 1.25 - 1.5 hours. It will also depend if the ribs are frozen or thawed. Thank you for stopping by!

Fordiesel250 said...

I will try your recipe this weekend