GSI Outdoors Fall Off the Bone Spare Ribs
This pressure cooker recipe comes straight from the top! The President of GSI Outdoors, Ian, shared his favorite way to cook amazingly tender, fall off the bone, melt in our mouth spare ribs.
What you will need:
- 1 rack of spare ribs
- 1 tbs canola oil
- 1 cup vegetable broth
- Dry rub seasoning (or make your own with a nice paprika, salt and freshly ground 5 corn pepper)
- BBQ sauce if you want wet ribs or more dry rub for dry ribs
Trim the membrane off the back of the ribs and cut into pieces or 3-4 bone sections. Lightly cover the ribs with the dry rub mixture. Cover and refrigerate 2-24 hours.
Heat the pressure cooker and oil on a stove until oil forms rivers. Turn down to medium-high heat and brown the ribs for about 6 min per batch turning frequently, remove and set aside. Remove pressure cooker from heat and place all of the browned ribs back into the cooker in a vertical orientation so that the ribs are standing up on the cut side of the bones. Add broth, cover and tighten down lid. Return Cooker to medium-high heat. As the weighted valve starts to rattle set your timer for 15 min, adjusting heat so that the weighted valve rocks gently back and forth letting the steam escape.Remove from heat and let cool until the lid can be safely removed. Remove ribs and coat with BBQ sauce or pat dry and re-coat with dry rub spice mix. Place on grill or in broiler oven and cook until the BBQ sauce caramelizes on the meat or with dry rub until the meat lightly browns.
Enjoy with a nice cold refreshing beverage.
Products used to create recipe:
Halulite 5.7 L Pressure Cooker, Infinity Stacking Cup, Pivot Tongs Cup, Glacier Stainless Imperial Vacuum Pint