Barbecued Country Ribs

Barbecued Country Ribs

"From Windber, Pennsylvania, John Bell sends the recipe for these very tender chunks of pork ribs served with a pleasant sauce. They're so tasty that you'll be amazed at how quickly they're done."
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40 m servings
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  1. In a large resealable plastic bag, combine the flour, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Add rib pieces; shake to coat. In a pressure cooker, brown meat on all sides in oil; drain. Combine the water, ketchup, chili powder and hot pepper sauce; pour over ribs. Add onion. Close cover securely; place pressure regulator on vent pipe. Bring cooker to full pressure over high heat. Reduce heat to medium-high and cook for 15 minutes. (Pressure regulator should maintain a slow steady rocking motion; adjust heat if needed.) Remove from the heat; allow pressure to drop on its own. Skim fat from sauce if necessary and serve with ribs if desired.

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My wife said this one should get SIX stars! We both enjoyed it very much. The one change I made was to substitute BBQ sauce for the ketchup (we don't care for ketchup, so I don't keep any on han...

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I made these and they did come out tender because of the pressure cooker but they were very bland. It came out looking like a big pot of mixed up sloppy soup. It wasn't intollerable to eat but d...

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My wife said this one should get SIX stars! We both enjoyed it very much. The one change I made was to substitute BBQ sauce for the ketchup (we don't care for ketchup, so I don't keep any on han...

Cooked perfectly! I wasn't sure how long to cook pork in my pressure cooker (which I haven't used in ages!). This recipe was great - I loved the flour coating and I used another marinade that I...

I made boneless country style ribs, only change I made was cooking for 30 minutes with my control on pressure cooker rocking gently. These came out fork tender, very good and easy!

The only thing I did different was the cooking method. I do not have a pressure cooker, so I fried the ribs in an iron skillet, then placed them in a glass casserole dish with the onions and sa...

This is soooo good, and I am very picky about BBQ. Not only was it good, but very easy too. I had part of a can of chicken broth to which I added enough water to make 1 cup and after browning ...

My family thought this was very good so I gave it five stars. Quite easy, also. I had twice as much meat so when I doubled the sauce I used one batch of the recipe as stated plus one half cup r...

This is the first recipe I tried in my new pressure cooker (gift from DH). It was pretty tasty, but much better after I added some Head Country bbq sauce. I did substitute picante sauce for th...

GREAT RECIPE. I FOLLOWED THE DIRECTIONS AND THEY TURNED OUT GREAT. THEY WERE EVEN BETTER THE NEXT DAY.

FABULOUS!!! I was looking for a pressure cooker recipe and luckily found this one. I only had 1" thick boneless pork chops so I cut them into big chunks and used 1 cup of hot chicken boullion i...

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