Crock-Pot Smoky Baby Back Ribs
Crock-Pot Smoky Baby Back Ribs

Crock-Pot Smoky Baby Back Ribs

July 15, 2016

There's nothing like baby back ribs with the meat falling off the bones. I love this recipe because not only is it incredibly delicious, but it's so easy! In the summertime I like to cook ribs outdoors in my smoker grill & serve them with grilled corn on the cob, potato salad & coleslaw. In the winter, I sometimes have cravings for ribs & this is the recipe I turn to. Serve it with mashed potatoes or fries & a vegetable or side salad & you have yourself a real comfort meal. Once you try it, I just know you'll be making it over & over again.

Serves: 3 to 4

Ingredients

1 1/2 tsp smoked sea salt (be sure it's "smoked" & not plain sea salt)

1 1/2 tsp fresh ground black pepper

3 tsp smoked paprika (be sure it's "smoked" & not any other type of paprika)

1/2 large or 1 small Vidalia onion

5 to 8 garlic cloves, depending on size

1 rack baby back ribs, about 3 to 3 1/2 lbs

Vegetable oil

12 oz bottle of Heineken or Moosehead beer

3 Tblsp BBQ sauce, preferably organic with no high fructose corn syrup (plus extra for serving)

2 Tblsp hoisin sauce

1/4 tsp Sriracha sauce or other hot sauce of your choice

Directions

1 In a small bowl; mix salt, pepper & paprika. Slice up onion. Smash each garlic clove with the side of a knife & remove peel.

2 Place rib rack on a large baking sheet or platter. Starting at one end, peel off entire membrane from bone side of ribs.

3 Rub spice mixture all over ribs on both sides.

4 Using a paper towel; rub a little vegetable oil all over the inside of a 7 quart Crock-Pot. Arrange onion & garlic evenly in bottom. Pour 1/2 the bottle of beer over onion & garlic. Drink or toss the rest.

5 Arrange rib rack in Crock-Pot, thick side down, forming 3/4 of a circle. Cover & cook on high for 4 to 4 1/2 hours (see Tip# 1).

6 When ribs are done, the meat should be starting to come away from the bone & be tender when tested with a fork. Remove rib rack (leaving behind all solids & liquid) to a large foil-lined baking sheet. Discard everything remaining in the Crock-Pot, when cooled.

7 In a small bowl; mix BBQ, hoisin & Sriracha sauces.

8 Brush mixture all over the top of the rib rack till it's all used up.

9 Broil ribs on middle oven rack, about 5 to 6 minutes, till sauce bubbling & just starting to brown. Keep your eye on them to be sure they don't burn.

10 Cut into 3 to 4 sections & serve with a little BBQ sauce on the side.

Tips & Suggestions

1 Cooking times will vary, as not all Crock-Pots/slow cookers are created equal. If you've used your slow cooker a number of times, you'll probably know whether it cooks faster or slower than the average. So, the first time you cook this recipe, keep your eye on it & adjust the time accordingly.










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When summer is over, not to worry... you can still satisfy your craving for Baby Back Ribs all year long! Crock Pot Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is an easy, comfort food you'll make again & again. With the meat falling off the bone, it's delicious smoky flavor & served with your favorite sides you'll have a magnificent family dinner. Crock Pot Baby Back Ribs | Crock Pot Ribs | Baby Back Ribs | Rib Recipes | Crock Pot Recipes | Comfort Food | Dinner Recipes | #foodiehomechef @foodiehomechef



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Crock Pot Smoky Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is a really easy, comfort food recipe you'll make over & over again all year long. With the meat falling off the bone & it's delicious, smoky flavor... served with mashed potatoes, fries or potato salad & a vegetable, side salad or coleslaw you'll have a magnificent dinner.
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Pin Me!
Crock Pot Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is a really easy, comfort food recipe you'll make over & over again all year long. With the meat falling off the bone & it's delicious, smoky flavor... served with mashed potatoes, fries or potato salad & a vegetable, side salad or coleslaw you'll have a magnificent dinner.
#CrockPotBabyBackRibs #CrockPotRibs #BabyBackRibs #BabyBackRibsRecipes #RibRecipes #CrockPotRecipes #MeatRecipes #ComfortFood #Dinner #DinnerRecipes #foodiehomechef @foodiehomechef



Pin Me!
Crock Pot Smoky Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is a really easy, comfort food recipe you'll make over & over again all year long. With the meat falling off the bone & it's delicious, smoky flavor... served with mashed potatoes, fries or potato salad & a vegetable, side salad or coleslaw you'll have a magnificent dinner.
#CrockPotBabyBackRibs #CrockPotRibs #BabyBackRibs #BabyBackRibsRecipes #RibRecipes #CrockPotRecipes #MeatRecipes #ComfortFood #DinnerRecipes #foodiehomechef @foodiehomechef



Pin Me!
Crock Pot Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is a really easy, comfort food recipe you'll make over & over again all year long. With the meat falling off the bone & it's delicious, smoky flavor... served with mashed potatoes, fries or potato salad & a vegetable, side salad or coleslaw you'll have a magnificent dinner.
#CrockPotBabyBackRibs #CrockPotRibs #BabyBackRibs #BabyBackRibsRecipes #RibRecipes #CrockPotRecipes #MeatRecipes #ComfortFood #Dinner #DinnerRecipes #foodiehomechef @foodiehomechef



Pin Me!
Crock Pot Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is a really easy, comfort food recipe you'll make over & over again all year long. With the meat falling off the bone & it's delicious, smoky flavor... served with mashed potatoes, fries or potato salad & a vegetable, side salad or coleslaw you'll have a magnificent dinner.
#CrockPotBabyBackRibs #CrockPotRibs #BabyBackRibs #BabyBackRibsRecipes #RibRecipes #CrockPotRecipes #MeatRecipes #ComfortFood #Dinner #DinnerRecipes #foodiehomechef @foodiehomechef



Pin Me!
Crock Pot Smoky Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is a really easy, comfort food recipe you'll make over & over again all year long. With the meat falling off the bone & it's delicious, smoky flavor... served with mashed potatoes, fries or potato salad & a vegetable, side salad or coleslaw you'll have a magnificent dinner.
#CrockPotBabyBackRibs #CrockPotRibs #BabyBackRibs #BabyBackRibsRecipes #RibRecipes #CrockPotRecipes #MeatRecipes #ComfortFood #DinnerRecipes #foodiehomechef @foodiehomechef



Pin Me!
Crock Pot Smoky Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is a really easy, comfort food recipe you'll make over & over again all year long. With the meat falling off the bone & it's delicious, smoky flavor... served with mashed potatoes, fries or potato salad & a vegetable, side salad or coleslaw you'll have a magnificent dinner.
#CrockPotBabyBackRibs #CrockPotRibs #BabyBackRibs #BabyBackRibsRecipes #RibRecipes #CrockPotRecipes #MeatRecipes #ComfortFood #DinnerRecipes #foodiehomechef @foodiehomechef



Pin Me!
Crock Pot Baby Back Ribs by Foodie Home Chef is a really easy, comfort food recipe you'll make over & over again all year long. With the meat falling off the bone & it's delicious, smoky flavor... served with mashed potatoes, fries or potato salad & a vegetable, side salad or coleslaw you'll have a magnificent dinner.
#CrockPotBabyBackRibs #CrockPotRibs #BabyBackRibs #BabyBackRibsRecipes #RibRecipes #CrockPotRecipes #MeatRecipes #ComfortFood #Dinner #DinnerRecipes #foodiehomechef @foodiehomechef

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4 thoughts on “Crock-Pot Smoky Baby Back Ribs

    1. Hi Paula, I hope you love them, when you try them. I make them frequently & they’re so easy! Thanks for your Foody Friday Linky… I’m looking forward to participating every Friday 🙂

    1. I’m glad to hear that Lonnie, I know you’ll love the Crock-Pot… it’s a handy piece of kitchen equipment. Be sure to get a 7 quart, oval one. That way it will be big enough for a rack of ribs & many other recipes.

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