Each Spring we buy half a cow from the farmer down the road. It’s a fantastic way to save money on beef as you pay less per pound for all cuts than you would for just ground beef. That means we pay less than $3 a pound for all of it from the ground beef to the T-Bones! It’s fantastic and the taste can’t be beat. Organic, grass fed beef that is fresh from the farm is unbeatable by any grocery store meat.
We’ve had beef ribs in our freezer since last Spring because I was intimidated by the cooking process. Everywhere I read said they often come out tough if not cooked properly. After much research I concluded that the best way to cook them would be to use my pressure cooker. I couldn’t find a good BBQ Beef Ribs pressure cooker Recipe anywhere so I set out to create my own. The results were amazing! My husband was hovering over me the whole time because he couldn’t wait to dig in. We were blown away by how tender, fall off the bone, delicious these were!
You are going to start by trimming as much fat as you can from the ends of each cut. Make sure they are cut into serving size pieces. After you trim the fat rub them with rib rub and brown all sides in your pressure cooker by heating the oil and browning them. You will have to do them in batches and once you are finished browning all sides you can pile them in a bowl. I also added onions at this stage and removed them when I was done browning the ribs.
Next insert your cooking rack into your pressure cooker which will function to keep your ribs above the liquid so they aren’t boiling in the liquid. This will deliver a better taste. Add 2 cups beer (or you may substitute water) and fill with ribs. Be sure to refer to your pressure cooker’s guide so you don’t overfill it.
Cook at 15 PSI for 40 minutes. Let pressure drop of it’s own accord.
Heat your oven’s broiler. Remove ribs from pressure cooker once pressure has dropped to 0. Place on greased broiler pan.
Once cooked your ribs will be falling off the bone! Take care to remove them gently to keep them as intact as possible.
Next baste the ribs on your broiler pan with your favorite BBQ sauce. Broil on high 2-3 min until sauce is caramelized and bubbly. Flip ribs over and repeat.
These are SOOOOOOOOOOO amazing! You won’t cook them any other way once you’ve tried this method!
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