Quick, tasty and so fork tender you will not even need a knife to eat them.
|3 lbs.||Pork Country-Style Ribs|
|1 tsp.||Seasoned Salt|
|3/4 cup||Barbecue Sauce|
|2 Tbsps.||Cider Vinegar|
|1 tsp.||Worcestershire Sauce|
|1 tsp.||Prepared Mustard|
|1/8 tsp.||Celery Seed|
|2 Tbsp.||Olive Oil|
Trim any excess fat from the Country Style Pork Ribs. Combine Paprika, Pepper and Seasoned Salt in a shaker and sprinkle on all sides of the ribs. Set aside for 5 minutes. Cut the Onion in half from top to bottom, then slice into half rings. Combine the Beer, Barbecue Sauce, Cider Vinegar, Worcestershire Sauce, Prepared Mustard and Celery Seed in a 2 cup or larger container and set aside.
Heat the Olive Oil in your pressure cooker over medium heat and brown the ribs in the oil about 1 minute on each of all sides. Remove them from the pressure cooker and set aside.
Add the onions to the pressure cooker along with pressed Garlic and brown for about 2 minutes, adding more oil if necessary to keep from sticking. Remove them from the pressure cooker with a slotted spoon and set aside. Drain and discard any remaining oil and fat from the pressure cooker.
Pour the sauce mixture into the pressure cooker, heat and stir, scraping the bottom to deglaze the pan. Remove from the pressure cooker and set aside.
Return the onions and garlic to the pressure cooker. Top with the meat and pour the sauce over all.
Wipe the rim of the cooker clean and close cover securely. Bring cooker to full 15psi. pressure over high heat. Reduce heat to the lowest possible temperature to maintain pressure and cook for 20 minutes. Remove from the heat and allow the pressure to drop on its own. Skim any fat from the sauce and serve with ribs if desired.
You can use either boneless or bone-in pork country style ribs, cut into serving size or just to fit the pressure cooker.
Unlike my Oven Barbecued Country Style Ribs, these can be made even on the hottest days of summer when it is too hot to barbecue outside and without overly heating up the kitchen.
The Nutritional Facts and Exchanges assumes all the sauce is consumed, which typically isn't unless you serve it over rice or noodles or something.
Oven Barbecued Country Style Ribs - Tender, juicy and meaty oven barbecued pork country style ribs.
Source: My merge of several recipes on the internet.
Yield: 2 pounds
Nutrition Facts per Serving:
51g Fat (68.4% calories from fat)
2g Dietary Fiber
Exchanges per Serving:
5 1/2 Lean Meat
4 1/2 Fat
1/2 Other Carbohydrates.
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