Fall Off The Bone BBQ Ribs
This recipe is made using an easy two step process that results in Fall Off The Bone BBQ Ribs that you and your family will just adore. This recipe may become your go to for ribs in the summer BBQ season. The secret lies in letting the ribs cook for hours and hours, and then moving them to the grill only to apply the BBQ sauce. That way, the sauce does not burn, and the ribs are still beautifully cooked. Try the recipe on a hot summer day when you plan for family and friends for dinner. Let some one else bring the potato salad and corn on the cob. And be sure to finish it off with a lovely New York Cheesecake (you know, the kind that does not require cooking). Yum.
These ribs are great with a lot of other foods. They taste good served on top of smashed garlic potatoes where the skins are left on the potatoes when you cook them in a big pot of water that includes plenty of garlic cloves. Smash when done, add butter and salt and pepper. Put a big dollop on every one’s plate, and then top with ribs. Yum. Or serve these with noodles that you just drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper. The noodles will take in the BBQ sauce for flavor and taste great. Even rice can work with these ribs. You could try a simple orange rice where you substitute some orange juice for the water that goes in the recipe. The result is lovely and tangy and a perfect complement to the BBQ ribs.
These ribs are easy to make, but do remember that they take two days to prepare. There is not a lot of work, just lots of patience that is required for these to work out well. Make plenty and invite the family and friends. BBQ ribs are just meant to be a family and friend affair.
Nutrition Facts for: Slow Cooker Fall Off The Bone BBQ Ribs From Six Sisters' Stuff
Ingredients: Rack of ribs, pineapple juice, brown sugar, BBQ sauce.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for servings. * Per Serving: Calories 948, Sodium 991mg 41%, Potassium 1048mg 30%, Carbohydrates 81.7g 27%, Dietary Fiber 0.7g 3%, Sugars 69.4g, Protein 60.6g, Vitamin A 4%,Vitamin C 25%, Calcium 14%, Iron 22%
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