Try this baby back ribs recipe which requires very little work on your part and they will fall off the bones.
Sorry if the plate is a bit messy in the picture, it was my husband’s!
Broiling them or using the grill at the end makes them restaurant-style sticky.
I have tried a few times to cook ribs at home but they were never right, tough and not good. The method of boiling them for a long time didn’t work for me, plus takes more time than I want to spend in the kitchen.
And I wanted to be able to eat them all year round, not just in the summer. Using the crock pot that someone told me about sounded great to me.
After watching a few TV food shows, I discovered that often a dry rub was used, so I decided to experiment a bit and this is the result.
I couldn’t believe how tender the ribs were and they were just falling off the bones.
I serve them with sauteed potatoes like in the picture and I also make a coleslaw to go with them.
Let me know how yours came out.