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    Baby Back Ribs-Pressure Cooker (Chef Bob Warden)

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    Baby Back Ribs-Pressure Cooker (Chef Bob Warden)

    Photo by Sandi P.

    <p>Bob&#8217;s Tips:</p> <p>To give the ribs a little more color (and flavor) place cooked ribs on a sheet pan under the broiler for a few minutes until the sugars in the sauce begin to char.</p> <p>Nothing says comfort quite like this flavorful dish. The combination of tangy barbecue sauce and tender meat will satisfy the heartiest of appetites.</p> <p>Serve with coleslaw and corn on the cob and you&#8217;ll have a picnic lunch. Serve with mashed potatoes and a vegetable and you have a country supper.</p>

    • Prep Time

      minutes

    • Cook Time

      minutes

    • Servings

      servings


    Ingredients

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    • 3

      pounds pork baby back ribs

    • jar barbecue sauce (my fav Baby Rays)

    • 4

      tablespoons tomato paste

    • Or Bob's home made barbecue sauce:

    • 2

      cans 6-oz tomato paste

    • ½

      teaspoon paprika

    • ½

      teaspoon celery salt

    • cup white vinegar

    • 1

      teaspoon garlic powder

    • 1

      teaspoon onion powder

    • ¼

      cup water

    • ¼

      teaspoon ground black pepper

    • 3

      tablespoons light brown sugar

    • pinch cinnamon

    • 1

      tablespoon molasses

    • 1

      tablespoon Dijon style mustard

    • ½

      cup water

    • 1

      teaspoon liquid smoke

    Directions

    <p>Using jar barbecue sauce:<br />My Stick to Your Ribs <span class="caps">BBQ</span> sauce is extra thick to withstand the extra liquid of pressure cooking, but you can use a bottle of your favorite sauce and 4 tablespoons tomato paste in its place for the same spectacular results.</p> <p>Or if you are making your own sauce:<br />Mix all ingredients (except ribs & 1/2 cup water) in mixing bowl or large jar and mix until well blended.<br />Add 1/2 cup of water to pressure cooker.</p> <p>Cut 3 pounds of baby back pork ribs into sections small enough to fit into pressure cooker and generously coat with the <span class="caps">BBQ</span> sauce above.</p> <p>Lean ribs against the sides, standing upright in the cooker. </p> <p>Add any remaining <span class="caps">BBQ</span> sauce to water at bottom of cooker, securely lock on the pressure cooker&#8217;s lid and cook on high for 20 minutes.</p> <p>Perform a quick release to release the cooker&#8217;s pressure. </p> <p>Safely remove lid and serve.</p>


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