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Slow-Cooker BBQ Ribs

  • Prep 7 hr 0 min
  • Total 8 hr 0 min
  • Ingredients 5
  • Servings 8
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Ingredients

6-8 pork ribs
1
(10 oz) can Progresso™ Chicken Broth
1
tablespoon garlic salt
1/4
tablespoon coarse black pepper
1
bottle (28 oz) BBQ sauce

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories
438.5
% Daily Value
Total Fat
22.8g
35%
Saturated Fat
7.2g
36%
Cholesterol
75.6mg
25%
Sodium
1217.4mg
51%
Total Carbohydrate
41.6g
14%
Dietary Fiber
1.1g
4%
Sugars
33.2g
Protein
15.8g
% Daily Value*:
Vitamin C
1%
1%
Calcium
4.90%
5%
Iron
8.80%
9%
Exchanges:
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Nutrition information for this recipe is estimated using a leading nutrition calculation application, but is an estimate only.  Actual nutrition values will vary based on the exact ingredients or brands you may use.

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For a heartier meal, pair with roasted potatoes or salad.

Directions

  • 1 Put the ribs in a slow cooker on high. Add the Progresso™ chicken broth and the salt and pepper. Smother with 1/4 bottle of BBQ sauce. Cover and let cook 7 hours.
  • 2 After 7 hours, preheat the oven to 350° F. Use tongs to remove the ribs from the slow-cooker and transfer them on a cookie sheet. Stir the sauce in the bottom of the slow-cooker with a spoon and pour it over the ribs. Smother with the remaining barbecue sauce (from the bottle). Bake for about 45 minutes and serve.

When I was still living in Colombia I frequently visited California on my vacations. My first stop upon arrival was always restaurants that served barbecue. I craved BBQ pork ribs, which are usually paired with a huge baked potato loaded with sour cream and bacon. Getting my barbecue fix was part of having a successful trip, which is why I made a point to find restaurants that served it. I’ve been living in the United States for 5 years now, and the first new dish I wanted to learn to prepare was this famous barbecue rib recipe. What better person to teach me than my mother-in-law! She gave me her traditional recipe, and I was surprised at how easy it is to follow, and how delicious the ribs turn out, every time. She cooks her ribs in the slow-cooker and once ready, seals in the flavor by baking them in the oven. You’ll love just how tender and flavorful they turn out.

Rate and Comment

Natalia Carter Natalia Carter
September 14, 2015

When I was still living in Colombia I frequently visited California on my vacations. My first stop upon arrival was always restaurants that served barbecue. I craved BBQ pork ribs, which are usually paired with a huge baked potato loaded with sour cream and bacon. Getting my barbecue fix was part of having a successful trip, which is why I made a point to find restaurants that served it. I’ve been living in the United States for 5 years now, and the first new dish I wanted to learn to prepare was this famous barbecue rib recipe. What better person to teach me than my mother-in-law! She gave me her traditional recipe, and I was surprised at how easy it is to follow, and how delicious the ribs turn out, every time. She cooks her ribs in the slow-cooker and once ready, seals in the flavor by baking them in the oven. You’ll love just how tender and flavorful they turn out.