This process is adapted from this wonderful recipe from Taste of Home.
I just love my slow cooker. You will hear that reiterated over and over as I post recipes.
Start with a standard package of ribs from the grocery store.
Next, grab your seasonings:
You will basically put your ribs into the slow cooker and put all the seasonings over top like this:
Spread everything all over the ribs, then cram the ribs into the slow cooker like this:
Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hrs. I cooked mine for 7.
Of course I'm a rock star and neglected to take a photo of the finished product, (way to go there Champ!) as you might guess it looked something like this.
**I served mine with BBQ sauce smothered over the top instead of the "sauce" created from the cooking process in the slow cooker as the original recipe says.** (Updated from original post)
I served it with roasted potatoes and broccoli.
I know when a recipe is good because I've got an 85 year old kid (in addition to the girlies) who is picky because he was a butcher for 10 years and seemingly at only the most tasty meat you've ever tried and the freshest fruits and vegetables from the trees in the local fields which he and his brother stole during the depression.
(You will hear more about my 85 year old kid later!)
If he gobbles it up and asks for more, I know it's a good recipe.
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