Baby Back Ribs cooked perfectly in a crock pot


   We’ve made ribs many different ways; grill, bake, slow cook and alos used many different  rubs, sauces, marinades, salts and wood-smokes.  I have to say, this recipe is not only mostly “hands-off” but, has to be so far – the best ribs I’ve ever made!!!!!  It’s the apple cider vinegar that helps breakdown any tought sinew.  The spices bring a richness to the ribs.  I hope you at least give these a try as written then make adjustments after trying these.  Enjoy! Diane  

My Best Crock Pot
Baby Back Ribs!!

2 Cups Original Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce
4 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar
1/4 C Brown Sugar
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire
1 Tablespoon Chili Powder
2 teaspoons Dried Oregano
1/8 teaspoon Cayenne powder
Salt & Pepper to taste
3-4 pounds Baby Back Ribs *one large rack

Peel silver skin off back of ribs (using a paper-towel to hold the skin in one hand and pull skin down length of rib helps a lot).
Cut ribs in 2 bone pieces.
Salt and pepper each rib and place in crock pot.
Mix together all remaining ingredients in a bowl and pour over ribs (use a large spoon or tongs to toss ribs a bit in the sauce and make sure all the rib meat is submerged in sauce.)
Place crock pot on HIGH for 1 hour and then lowered to LOW for 6 hours.
Remove ribs from crockpot and place on a foil lined baking sheet. Lightly brush on your favorite BBQ sauce (I used my homemade Honey BBQ sauce) and bake for 15-20 mins in a 350F preheated oven.

One large rack serves: 2 Adults 

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