Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Slow-cooked in a mouthwatering sauce seasoned with thyme and garlic, these tender short ribs are full of flavor."
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beef short ribs, cut into serving-sized pieces
packed brown sugar
dried thyme leaves, crushed
1 (10.5 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed French Onion Soup
1 (12 fluid ounce) bottle
dark ale or beer
Hot mashed potatoes or egg noodles
I used regular onion soup mix with 1 cup of water, and 1 cup of beer (Alexander Keiths) and the taste was amazing. The meat was so tender that I found the bones sitting in the bottom of the crock pot, and the sauce mixture was delicious. The sauce was so good that I baked bread so we could have hot roast beef sandwiches the following day. I will definitely make this again, but may slightly reduce the thyme from 1 tsp to 1/2 or 3/4 tsp.
I used 2 lbs of good quality short ribs. The slow cooker method makes for very tender ribs but this recipe needs a lot of "seasoning" work. I also dredged the ribs in seasoned flour and braised on all sides. Halfway through the cooking process, I tasted the cooking luiquid. Worchester sauce, black pepper and sea salt to the rescue! Adding 1 -2 tbsp of Beef Better Than Boullion helped too. Had to add about 1/3 cup more flour to get the right consistancy for gravy. The cooking time of 9 hours was correct for my ribs. I'll work on my own recipe next time.
I looked this up for our daughter, then thought well OK I'd give them a try, OMG! I couldn't believe how good they were. I'm a pretty darn good cook and I usually take HOURS with my short ribs, smoking, then brasing, then blah blah blah. These were AWESOME. I picked all the meat off the bones at the end, meanwhile I added Red Wine and a little thickener to the gravey. I served them over mashed potatoes. We had a big Shiraz from Austalia. I would serve these to my gourmet club in a martini glass over mashed potatoes as an appetizer. Just enough to have them begging for more. They are VERY RICH, so you don't need a lot. ENJOY and Thanks
I usually only try recipes that have been reviewed many times and have a good average rating. But, when I saw this recipe I knew I would love it. I was not put off by 2 out of 4 people that did not like it. Neither should you be. If you like the taste of meat cooked in beer (which is a little bit different, if you've never had it you may not expect what it will taste like) you will love this recipe. There is only one thing I would change (very small) in the whole thing: Chop up a couple of shallots and saute them with the garlic in a very small amount of oil or butter before you add them to the slow cooker. The shallots give it that extra umph and browning the garlic a little bit improves the flavor of the entire dish. Also, make sure you choose a nice dark beer, and one that you like. You will taste it. Enjoy! Its worth it!
this is an amazing recipe. my kids who range from 4 to 10 just ate these up and they usually don't eat anything new. the ribs were done in about 6 -7 hours on low heat but i kept cooking them another hour or so and i could not pull a piece of meat out by the bone. they just slid right out and the flavor was amazing. i love guiness so i did not hesitate to use it in the sauce.
I made these and they were delicious! I used Amber Bach beer (it's a dark beer) and it gave them such a wonderful flavor. I even used the liquid they cooked in to make gravy for the mashed potatoes. My boyfriend loved these and I will definitely make them again.
I seasoned the ribs with salt and pepper, dredged them in flour, and sauteed them in oil until golden brown on all sides. Removed them from pan, then added the garlic (along with 2 finely chopped shallots) and cooked that until slightly browned. I combined all the other ingredients in a bowl and added the garlic/shallots to the bowl, put the ribs in the slow cooker, and poured the bowl over the ribs. Then I cooked them for 3 HOURS ON LOW!! Yes, LOW. The ribs came out perfect; fork tender, still clinging to the bone, but not turned to mush! Nice meaty, dark, full, "simmered all day" flavor. Awesome recipe!!
DEEELICIOUS!!!!! Definitly use a darker beer tho...you get LOTS of flavor from these ribs, and don't worry about the alcohol part-it cooks away leaving a wonderful taste sensation for your tongue ; ) These ribs wil absolutly melt in your mouth!!! Everyone who tastes these will rave about all of the flavor, you can tweek with extra garlic etc. according to your tastes, but the original recipe here is a VERY good one!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Melt-In-Your-Mouth Short Ribs
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 173
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