How to make slow cooker ribs
Slow cooker ribs are the perfect slow cooker dish.
You can use a slow cooker or a Dutch oven to make them, or you can make them at home.
Here’s how to make the perfect combination.1.
Get your slow cooker readyFor the first step, make sure your slow cookers are fully preheated.
When the cooker is hot, place the lid on and set it on the lowest setting, which is about 1,400 degrees Fahrenheit.
The slower cooker should then heat up to about 2,000 degrees F (1,500 degrees C).2.
Heat up your Dutch ovenWhen your slow cooks are hot, they will take on a slightly different appearance.
As you heat them up, the meat will brown and the meat juices will be drawn out.
This is how they should look when you open them.
Once they are fully cooked, they should taste a little like chicken.3.
Use the slow cooker to make chicken thighsThe slow cooker makes chicken thighs.
If you have a Dutch-oven slow cooker, use that method.
If not, you can just use a heavy-bottomed slow cooker with a lid and no lid.
You’ll need to keep a close eye on the temperature to avoid overcooking and letting the chicken get brown.4.
Serve slow cooker slow cooked chicken and ribs in slow cooker sauce (or gravy)You can use chicken thighs or pork chops.
If your slow-cooker slow cooker is Dutch-shaped, the thighs should be about 1 inch (2 centimeters) thick.
They should also be well-seasoned.5.
Slow cooker chicken ribs in gravy (or sauce)If you have slow-cooked chicken thighs, use the slow-baked chicken thighs in this recipe.
This recipe is also great for using slow-fried chicken breasts in this dish.
The chicken is tender and the sauce is rich and spicy.
The sauce can be made ahead and reheated after it’s been cooked.6.
Serve Slow cooker slow cook chicken and pork chops with your favorite dip (or sauces)If your slow cooked ribs are slow-cured, they can be served with dips like peanut butter and maple syrup.
If they’re not slow-carbed, you’ll want to add a splash of water to give them a bit of texture.7.
Use your Dutch-Oven Dutch oven as a slow-slow cookerIf your Dutch oven slow cooker isn’t Dutch-designed, you might want to use it to cook slow-roasted turkey, chicken, pork or lamb.
You could also slow-braise chicken or slow-steam vegetables like broccoli.
If the slow cooked turkey or lamb isn’t slow-done, use your slow slow-oven Dutch oven.8.
Make a chicken brothSlow-cooked slow-pork or slow smoked turkey can be tossed with gravy, chili sauce or a sauce like ranch dressing.
If slow-steamed vegetables aren’t slow cooked, you could even use your Dutch or slow oven to slow-fry.