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beer braised ribs in barbecue sauce pressure cooker


this is a quick, easy way to cook country style pork ribs. i've adapted this recipe from


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  1. Pour the beer
  2. Water and vinegar into a 6-quart or larger pressure cooker
  3. Add ribs
  4. Arranging them so none are right on top of each other
  5. Though they do not have to be submerged in the liquid to cook properly
  6. Lock the lid in place and heat to high pressure over high heat
  7. Then lower heat so that pressure is maintained
  8. Cook 15 minutes and then turn off the heat and release the pressure
  9. Carefully remove the lid
  10. Tilting the cooker away from you to allow the steam to escape
  11. Heat your oven to 400
  12. Transfer ribs to a foil-lined baking pan and brush the barbecue sauce on all sides of the ribs
  13. Roast until browned and crisp on top
  14. About 10 minutes
  15. Turn the ribs over
  16. Brush with more sauce and roast about 5 more minutes
  17. Serve with more sauce
  18. If you like

Step 10

Total Time in Minute 45

Ingredients Count 5

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