Layer the ribs in the bottom of your slow cooker or curl the rack around the inside. If you cook them for longer than 7 hours they will still taste amazing, but the meat will be completely falling off the bone.
Flip and continue searing for another 4 minutes, or until nicely browned.
Best way to cook ribs in slow cooker. Place the ribs in the slow cooker. Generously season the ribs and rub the seasoning in using your fingers. Cook on low for 8 hours, or until tender.
(the rib bones will be laying vertically and the slabs are now curled around each other in the cooker.) Cut that time down to four hours if you set your slow cooker to high. The ribs will be delicious no matter which setting you choose, so pick whichever method works best with your schedule.
Add half of the ribs and sear for 4 minutes. In a small bowl or large measuring cup, stir together the ketchup, molasses, vinegar, hot. Brush 1/2 cup barbecue sauce on the ribs.
Place onion, garlic and ribs in the slow cooker with a touch of water (or broth). If you choose to use the grill,. Add the ribs in an even layer.
Then, season the ribs, and cook them in an oven at 400 degrees fahrenheit for 30. Serve and enjoy the best slow cooker ribs! Place the ribs upright in the slow cooker, then pour the rest of the bbq sauce over them.
Place the ribs in the slow cooker: Another option is to put them on the grill to get that extra caramelization. To cook ribs in a slow cooker, start by pulling off the tough, white membrane and cutting the ribs into sections.
Use half of what remains to rub all over the ribs, then, place them in the slow cooker, and pour the other half on top. Pour 1/2 cup water around the ribs. Our secret to crockpot ribs is to caramelize the ribs under the broiler setting in your oven.
Combine rub mix and massage into prepared ribs. In another small bowl, combine the bbq sauce. Once tender, brush the ribs with sauce (or just olive oil, salt and pepper if you’d prefer) and broil (or grill) for 3 to 5 minutes to get a little bit of char.
Cook the slow cooker ribs. Brush the barbecue sauce (1/2 cup) onto the ribs. Place the ribs in the slow cooker.
Close the lid and let the crock pot work its magic.