Easy peazy, mouth-watering Instant Pot Beef Ribs made in minutes not hours with your beloved pressure cooker.
Hey there, long time no see. If you haven’t noticed, I’ve been away for a while. I’ve been really really busy. I’ve been working my full-time job but I’ve also been working on something on the side and I’m so close to be able to tell you all about it.
This is something I am super excited and really passionate about. I think it’s something that a lot of people can benefit from, and who knows, maybe you can too! It’s something that I get asked about consistently in my private practice and I do it every week, so I thought what the heck let’s just go for it!
Well that’s enough of a teaser for now, you’ll just have to hang out and wait for the next blog post where I’ll be announcing what I’m up to. Until then……….
So the topic for today is ribs; like really really good tasting ribs. Like, they taste so good, you think that they’ve been cooking in the oven for 5 hours. Not these ribs. These bad boys cook in 22 minutes under pressure. BOOM! That’s it. And if you want to get really fancy (but you don’t have to) pop these suckers in the oven under broil for 5 minutes each side just to crisp them up a bit and you’ll have perfection.
How to Make Instant Pot Beef Ribs
First, place the stainless steel container into the Instant Pot.
Next, put 1/2 cup water, 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar into the container.
Next, take your ribs and place them on a flat surface.
Sprinkle the top half with my homemade BBQ seasoning from my tasty BBQ Turkey Sliders. If you don’t have the individual seasonings you can opt for some pre-made BBQ rub. Now with your fingers or a spoon, rub the seasoning into the ribs. Place the ribs on the trivet or steamer basket
Put on the IP lid. Make sure that the vent is set to sealed. Hit manual. Change the time to 22 minutes. Let the pressure release naturally for 10 minutes and then manually release the rest of the pressure.
If desired, turn your oven to broil. On a cookie sheet please the beef ribs. Top with your favorite BBQ sauce if desired. Broil for 5 minutes. BAM! The best fall off the bone ribs you’ll ever have.
- 1/2 cup water
- 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
- BBQ seasoning (spice blend)
- Beef ribs (amount really doesn't matter, I've cooked as little as 4 or 3 beef ribs with 1/4 rack pork ribs)
- BBQ sauce optional
- First, place the stainless steal container into the Instant Pot.
- Next, put 1/2 cup water, 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar into the container.
- After that, place a trivet or steamer basket into the container.
- Next, take your ribs and place them on a flat surface. Sprinkle the top half with my homemade BBQ seasoning. If you don’t have the individual seasonings you can opt for some pre-made BBQ rub.
- Now with your fingers or a spoon, rub the seasoning into the ribs.
- Place the ribs on the trivet or steamer basket.
- Put on the IP lid. Make sure that the vent is set to sealed.
- Hit manual. Change the time to 22 minutes.
- Let the pressure release naturally for 10 minutes and then manually release the rest of the pressure.
- If desired, turn your oven to broil. On a cookie sheet please the beef ribs. Top with your favorite BBQ sauce if desired. Broil for 5 minutes.
You know what pairs really well with ribs, wine and UFC. If you don’t know what the UFC is, then google Conor McGregor, and you’ll see this hot shot tattooed up Irish man that’s been destroying his competition in the realm of MMA. He’s actually taking a little break while he’s now a father to be, but it sounds like he’s in the works to be fighting the Rock Star Boxer Floyd Mayweather.
Recently I’ve been trying to expand my wine appreciation. This means picking up a bottle here a bottle there, and really learning what kind of wine I do and do not like. I’m proudly a CK Mondavi Wine Ambassador and I love that they have a little bit of everything and it’s super easy to find a wine to pair with whatever you’re having for dinner (or lunch I won’t judge).
Maybe it’s just me, but I love drinking Moscato with dinner. Prior to really liking wine, all I used to drink was moscato because it was a nice sweet wine that really didn’t have much of a bite and it appealed to my sweet tooth. Now relaxing around the house or doing chores and cleaning I prefer more of a Merlot or Cabernet. Especially if it involves cleaning because I can use all the help I can get lol.
Whelp folks. This concludes my Monday night rambles. If you’re on the search for a new wine to try, I definitely think you should try a CK Mondavi. It’s a really good quality wine for the price and they’re having game day specials through the end of March.
Have a good night!