Pressure Cooked BBQ Pork Ribs

BBQ Pork Ribs

  • Servings: 2-5
  • Difficulty: easy
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BBQ Pork Ribs
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Sadly I must confess that I have never made BBQ ribs. Texans love their BBQ and TexMex food but BBQ done right requires smoke and time. I saw a Diners Drive-In’s and Dives where a guy was boiling his ribs prior to grilling them. This unorthodox method raised several eye brows on the show and likely at home. Well I bought this new pressure cooker called Fagor from Sur la Table. I am in love with this thing. It’s the best $100 dollars I have spent in a long while.

So the other day I thought hey I could pull this off in record time using my Fagor. I pressure cooked them 30 minutes and then removed them and finished them off in the oven at 200 degrees. I took the sauce from the pressure cooker and reduced it in a sauce pan and painted a coat on the ribs about every 20 minutes. It creates a nice BBQ crust and burnt end type nuggets of BBQ love.

Ingredients:
1 Rack of St.Louis Pork Ribs
2.5 cups of BBQ Sauce
1/4 cup of molasses
1/4 Apple cider vinegar
1/2 cup of water
2 tbs of Soy Sauce
1 tbs of Liquid Smoke
1 tbs of yellow mustard
4 cloves of minced garlic
2 tsp of Onion Powder

Directions:
1. Trim your ribs of any excess fat. I cut them into two pieces to fit them into my pressure cooker.
Mix together all the sauce ingredients and add everything to the pressure cooker. I cooked them for 33 minutes.

2. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. Upon completion of the pressure cooked ribs remove them and put them on a foil lined sheet pan, meat side up. Baste with sauce every 20 minutes.

3. Take your sauce and put it into a sauce pan and let it simmer. They are basically done prior to putting them into the oven so you are just going to create a nice crust on them.

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