May 02, 2010
Ribbed for Your Pleasure
I just love slow-cooked ribs. Firstly, because I love slow-cooked anything. It barely takes any prep, and just bubbles away while you're at work! And the smell when you come home is...well, it's as if someone's been slaving away to prepare your dinner for you!
And well, ribs. No one can resist that melt-of-the-bone succulence that comes with a well cooked rack of ribs.
I've got a recipe for slow-cooker ribs that is honestly, well, cheating. It's not the most wholesome, from-scratch recipe there is, but it's easy (and tasty)! And we all need a bit of ease in our lives once in a while.
2kg Pork Ribs
1 Large Brown Onion
2 cloves Garlic
1 tbsp Chilli Powder (or 2 fresh chillies, chopped finely)
1 tsp Paprika
1 tsp Dried Rosemary
Enough tomato and BBQ sauce mixture to almost cover the ribs
Thickly slice the onion and lay it on the bottom of a lightly oiled slow cooker. This acts as a trivet for the ribs so that it doesn't burn on the bottom. Next, throw in the rest of the ingredients and cook on LOW for 6 hrs (or on HIGH for 4).
Serve with a selection of steamed veggies.
By the way, the time that I specified is more of a minimum. I usually put it on in the morning and then go out, leaving it on for about 8 hrs. It's all good.
Hope this gives you as much pleasure as it does me.