Barbecued Pork Ribs
September 7, 2019
servings per container
Amount Per Serving
The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
1 rack St. Louis-style ribs
2 cups prepared barbecue sauce, plus extra for grilling
2 cups of water
1. Spread aluminum foil over a work surface. Lay the ribs across the foil and brush on both sides with barbecue sauce. Wrap the foil to enclose the ribs.
2. Place the ribs in the deep cooking insert and pour in 2 cups water. Cover and cook over medium heat until the ribs are tender, about 40 minutes.
3. Remove the ribs from the foil. Remove the deep cooking insert, replace it with the grill pan, and then slide the temperature control to high heat. Grill the ribs, brushing with additional barbecue sauce until charred all over.
4. Slice the ribs and enjoy!
Before opening the pressure cooker, use one of the included plastic or other utensil to carefully turn the pressure valve to "RELEASE" and then wait 2-3 minutes for the steam to be released and the red floater valve is in the down position before opening the cooker. When opening the cooker, use pot holders, and always keep your body, face and hands away from the steam vent. Be sure to stand behind the lid as you open it so the hot steam and condensation don't get on you. As with all kitchen appliances, be sure to keep the cooker out of reach of children.