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Old 01-14-2014, 05:57 AM   #1
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Crock Pot Ribs (water yay or nay)and sauce???

I have made different things in crock pots. When I make my beef roast I do not put water in it, just an onion, lawry season salt and the lid.

Just saw a recipe similar to this for ribs. I put them in the crock pot just now, onion on bottom, garlic powder over the top but should I put the 1/2 cup water or not? With this recipe you put the sauce on later and put in the oven


Also should you salt later or when you put them in?

In your opinion what is the best low carb BBQ sauce you have ever tried?

I have tried Blood Sugar 101 sauce
thinking of trying Jennifer Eloff's but she seems to have two different recipes and not sure which one to try.
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Old 01-14-2014, 06:13 AM   #2
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Went ahead and put the water in since these have to cook a long time to get tender
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Sorry, Skeeter, you were up WAY before me!

Any time a recipe calls for "water" in the crockpot, I add beer or chicken stock. May as well take every opportunity to put some flavor in the dish!

I'd have put liquid too, so that the ribs can steam and get tender.

I have my own LC BBQ sauce version, it's on this board someplace. If you want to see it let me know and I'll look it up and link it here!
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Sorry, Skeeter, you were up WAY before me!

Any time a recipe calls for "water" in the crockpot, I add beer or chicken stock. May as well take every opportunity to put some flavor in the dish!

I'd have put liquid too, so that the ribs can steam and get tender.

I have my own LC BBQ sauce version, it's on this board someplace. If you want to see it let me know and I'll look it up and link it here!
Yes please charski! I would love to see it.
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no water here... I stand ribs on their ends and curl the racks to fit. My big oval crockpot will just fit 3 racks. I first cut slits in the tough fatty parts, rub them with red wine vinegar then rub them with a spice mixture. Then I cook them until they start falling apart. Then I transfer them to a cookie sheet, put sauce on them and then broil them for a few minutes in the oven.

I like Paula Deen's SF barbeque sauce (it's a bit sweet) and Guy's Spicy Barbeque sauce and Elgin Smokehouse Barbeque sauce.
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Old 01-14-2014, 12:01 PM   #6
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Here it is, Anita - you can tweak to your liking!

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I'm new to crock pot cooking. Made ribs in there a few days ago. Super tender. Do you guys put them in the oven to " dry out" a bit after taking them out of the crock pot? I love the tenderness, but I'm not used to " wet ribs"
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definitely broil them afterwards!
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