Fall-Off-the-Bone 30-Minute Instant Pot® Ribs Recipe
After 30 minutes in the Instant Pot®, these spicy-sweet baby back ribs fall right off the bone and are quickly broiled with barbeque sauce.
This is the second meal I’ve made in my new Instant Pot and it was fantastic. I was fortunate enough to buy the duo crisp model, which comes with an Air Fryer lid, so there was no need to put the ribs in the oven under the broiler. After I pressure cooked the ribs I swapped the lids and air fried them for around 10 minutes. The ribs turned out amazing. I love this device. I can finally do substantial meals through the week, not just on weekends. No more soup and sandwich!!!
Fall Off The Bone Ribs indeed! My family of meat eaters and Barbeque connoisseurs gave these 2 thumbs up! I made a few changes along the way: I was in a rush so I didn't bother removing the membrane from the ribs... not a problem. The meat was tender. I didn't add the brown sugar or cover with barbeque sauce because we don't eat sugar....again, not a problem. The ribs were savory, tender and very flavorful! As the recipe stated, I finished them up by putting them under the broiler just to evaporate the liquid and put a crust on top. My one recommendation would be to cover the raw ribs in the rub a few hours before cooking them, letting them absorb the flavors.
Made these but took suggestions of others and only put dry rub on ribs before pressure cooking (no bbq sauce). Cooked on high pressure for 25 minutes and they were falling off the bone - maybe a little too much. Our son wanted dry rub ribs so when they came out I added more dry rub and a spritz of oil, and threw them on the bbq for a few minutes on each side.
I made it and what a wonderful technique (trick) to use Instant Pot to cook it first! One small change, after cooked, we used the grill to give the color and char addition and of course flavor added from that, but it took 10 minutes! Delicious...the only way to cook those type of meats that take long to fall of the bone traditionally, use your Instant Pot!
These were wonderful! I will definitely make them again.
I add about 1/2 TBSP of liquid smoke to the liquid to add a little smoky flavor. I love how these come out. I have a smoker and I prefer this method.
Perfect as is! This recipe was recommended to me by my daughter when I invited her with her family for a cookout. I guess she wanted to make sure her picky eaters would eat. THEY DID!
This recipe was very good! The meat did truly fall off the bones. I enjoyed the flavor from the spices/seasonings and broiling sealed the deal! The recipe was easy to make and I had all the items necessary on hand. Smoked paprika is a seasoning I only recently added to my pantry and am happy I did. I have used it in a few recipes of late and it adds great flavor.