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Coastal Eats: Slow Cooker Smokehouse Ribs

Coastal Eats: Slow Cooker Smokehouse Ribs from The Spice and Tea Exchange® Guilford & Mystic.

Smokehouse Rub adds the essences of a traditional Midwest barbecue to this rib sauce. Made in a slow cooker, these ribs are tender, juicy, and full of tangy flavor! – See more at: Spice & Tea Exchange.

Ingredients

From The Spice & Tea Exchange®
2 oz Smokehouse Rub
2 TBS Onion Obsession Spice Blend
2 tsp Worcestershire Powder

From the Grocer
2 TBS tomato paste
2 cups ketchup
¼ cup packed dark brown sugar
2 TBS cider vinegar
¼ cup beef broth, + additional ¼ cup reserved if needed to thin sauce
2 racks baby back ribs, membrane on back of ribs removed

Ingredients From The Spice & Tea Exchange® 2 oz Smokehouse Rub 2 TBS Onion Obsession Spice Blend 2 tsp Worcestershire Powder From the Grocer 2 TBS tomato paste 2 cups ketchup ¼ cup packed dark brown sugar 2 TBS cider vinegar ¼ cup beef broth, + additional ¼ cup reserved if needed to thin sauce 2 racks baby back ribs, membrane on back of ribs removed

Preparation

COMBINE all ingredients, except ribs, in a bowl, stirring until well mixed.
ADD ribs, and coat with sauce.
SPRAY interior walls of slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray. Place ribs up against interior walls with meaty side touching walls. Transfer rest of sauce over top of ribs and into bottom of slow cooker.
COVER and cook on high 3-5 hrs, depending on slow cooker and thickness of ribs, until fully cooked and tender. Check ribs halfway through cooking, adding up to ¼ cup broth if needed, to thin out sauce and keep ribs from burning.
REMOVE ribs from slow cooker, place on cutting board and pull or cut apart.
STIR residual sauce and serve on the side or over top of ribs. 

Yield: 2 racks of ribs
Total Time: 5 hrs 10 mins
Prep: 10 mins
Cook: 5 hrs

80 Whitfield St, Guilford, CT 06437
6 W Main St, Mystic, CT 06355
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