Crock Pot Country Style Pork Ribs
Country-style ribs are cut from the sirloin side of the pork loin. They are the meatiest of the ribs (compared to spare ribs or back ribs). You can get them boneless or bone-in. Since they are heartier ribs, they aren't exactly finger food and are best eaten with a knife and fork.
You often see these ribs on the grill, but your crockpot is also good for cooking them. The easiest way, of course, is just adding a bottle of barbecue sauce. However we've collected quite a few other varieties that will change things up a bit. Some of the other versions contain beer, maple syrup, plum jam, and orange marmalade. So get creative while using your crockpot and make these ribs a new family favorite.
Country Style Ribs Made with black pepper, garlic powder, country-style boneless pork ribs, maple syrup, steak sauce, onion crock pot
Country Ribs In Beer Made with water, cornstarch, boneless country style ribs, salt and pepper, onions, barbecue sauce, beer crock pot
Country Pork Ribs Made with onion, country pork ribs, barbecue sauce crock pot
Down Home-Style Ribs Made with black pepper, garlic, country style pork ribs, oil, onion, soy sauce, ketchup, prepared mustard, brown sugar stovetop, crock pot
Chinese Country Ribs Made with water, cornstarch, ketchup, honey, rice vinegar or white vinegar, soy sauce, five spice powder, onion, ginger, garlic oven, stovetop, crock pot Paprika Pork Made with sour cream, chicken broth, onion, pork ribs, flour, paprika, salt, black pepper, vegetable oil crock pot, stovetop
Sweet 'N Sour Ribs Made with garlic, Worcestershire sauce, tomato paste, boneless country style ribs, pineapple tidbits, tomato sauce, onion, green pepper, brown sugar, cider vinegar crock pot Asian-Style Country Ribs Made with garlic, ketchup, pork ribs, black pepper, Teriyaki baste and glaze, orange or ginger marmalade crock pot
Barbecued Country Ribs Made with country-style pork ribs, barbecue sauce with brown sugar, apricot-pineapple jam, apricot preserves, pineapple preserves crock pot