Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Crock Pot St. Louis Ribs

This winter I have turned into quite the Crock Pot user!  I wanted to share a recipe I threw together this week to make St. Louis Ribs!  They were delicious! 

No one would of ever guessed 
I was on the computer all day while cooking this meal!  :>)


Debbie's St. Louis Ribs...
One good size slap of St. Louis Ribs
Season the St. Louis Ribs with:
      Sprinkle with Worchester Sauce (About 2 tablespoons)
      Lawry's Seasoning Salt
      Emeril's  Seasonsing Salt
      Crushed Garlic
 Add about 6 oz of water to the crock pot

Turn Crock Pot on High for about 6 hours      then Low until you are ready to place the St. Louis Ribs in the oven.

About 15 minutes before you are ready to eat ...cover a baking sheet with Reynolds wrap ( I purchased the new Non-Stick Reynolds Wrap....I love it)
Place cooked St. Louis Ribs on the foil
Paint with your favorite BBQ Sauce - paint both sides (I use Two Fat Guys Sauce)
Cook at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes 
Finished!


Since I know very little about anything cooking..my hubby is the cook in the family...I thought I would do a little research about the St. Louis Ribs ...here is what I found out!


St Louis Cut - This is a sparerib that has been trimmed to remove the tips or brisket end of the spareribs. There is also a flap of meat called the skirt on a full rack of spareribs that is removed. The result is a fairly flat rack of ribs that is easier to handle, looks nicer, and cooks up more evenly. 



I added Baked Beans and The Homestyle Mac & Cheese!   Very Tasty Meal!  


Debbie

22 comments:

  1. Crock pot meals are the best, aren't they? These ribs sound amazing!

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  2. I'm not much of a rib eater, but my family is! Thanks for sharing, I'll definitely have to pass this onto them :)

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  3. I love how you explained where spareribs come from. That was cute!!

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  4. I love crockpot meals!! Sounds so good!

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  5. lol I never knew the ham was his BUTT lol

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  6. I've been meaning to use our crock pot more. Dinner is so much easier when we do. I'm saving this recipe to try!

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  7. Sounds like you are giving your crock pot quite a workout! Thank you for the recipe.

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  8. Crockpot meals are just about the only meals I can make!!

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  9. I love crock pot meals, but have never made ribs in the slow cooker. I MUST try this! Thanks so much!
    You should link this up with my Delicious Dish Tuesday (linky still open for this week, or add to next week)! I know tons of people would love to have a great, easy rib recipe!
    Thanks so much!!

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  10. Nothing like GOOD ribs! Thank you for sharing!

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  11. My boyfriend is drooling over these!

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  12. Yum! I think my husband would love these! He's absolutely crazy about ribs! I'll have to try these.

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  13. Bbq ribs is my all time favorite meal. I will have to try this, I do allot crock pot cooking because it is easy! Thanks!

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  14. Yum!! This looks pretty good :) Thanks for sharing!

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  15. These look delicious!

    Stopping by and following from the weekend blog hop.

    TaMara - Tales of a Pee Dee Mama
    http://sloanhomeschool.blogspot.com/

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  16. My crockpot is a lifesaver. Thanks for the recipe!

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  17. Sounds yummy! AND EASY!! I might have to give this a try! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Thanks for sharing this. My husband enjoys a good rib dinner. I'm sure he'll love these.

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  19. I love slow cooker recipes and have never tried ribs before. I will have to add this to my must try list! Thanks for sharing with Delicious Dish Tuesday. We would appreciate a link back to the hop of you wouldn't mind :)

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  20. Thank for sharing I like to use my crock pot too

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