2 racks baby back or side ribs (about
½ cup broth (or water)
4 cloves Garlic, sliced
1 Onion, sliced
½ cup barbecue sauce
1. Using a spoon and paring knife, remove the thin membrane from the back of the ribs.
2. Place the trivet in the bottom of the liner and add the water, and broth.
3. Roll the 2 racks of ribs together so that the ribs sit upright on the trivet, then sprinkle the Onion and Garlic over the ribs.
4. Close lid and select “Meat/STEW”, then TEXTURE ADJUST until the LESS indicator is lit, press COOK TIME, then “+ “ or “-“ to select 25 minutes, press START.
5. When the cycle finishes, press PRESURE RELEASE to vent the pressure.
6. Remove the lid, and using 2 sets of tongs, remove the ribs and lay them out flat on a baking sheet.
7. Brush with your preferred barbecue sauce and under a low oven broiler, cook until the sauce has thickened and slightly charred, about 10 more minutes.
Two full racks should fit into liner, but you might get 3 racks if they are quite small and you cut them in half.
½ TSP of Liquid Smoke adds great flavour if you prefer your ribs “smokier”
Be sure to keep the ribs standing up, it makes them easier to get out when cooked
The few tablespoons of the cooking liquid is a great addition your BBQ sauce.