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|By :The Essential Keto Instant Pot Cookbook by Casey Thaler|
|Browse Category||Kid-Friendly, Meat|
|Diet||Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Keto, Low Carb|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Main Ingredient||Baby Back Ribs, BBQ Sauce, Beef Stock, Chiles|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||45 minutes|
4 - 6 servings
NOTE: You can also place the ribs on a baking sheet, and perform the additional step of finishing them in the oven. They should take about 5 minutes, per side.
Amount per serving
Total Fat 57g
Total Carbohydrates 5g
Dietary Fiber 0.5g
CASEY THALER, NASM-CPT, FNS has written over 200 articles on health, science, fitness, and nutrition. As a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist, he has also helped thousands of people lose weight, look younger, and live their healthiest lives.
Casey writes regularly for the founder of the Paleo Diet, Dr. Loren Cordain. He is also a regular contributor to Paleo Magazine, and has written for Greatist, Paleohacks, MindBodyGreen, and Breaking Muscle. Casey also currently serves as an adviser to a number of small startup companies in the health and wellness space.
A home cook who has been creating recipes and eating ketogenic and paleo since 2012, Casey wrote the independently published eBook, The Ultimate Guide to Bone Broth, to be released by bestselling author Mark Sisson’s specialty food company Primal Nutrition, Inc., in November 2018.
Excellent and so easy. First recipe made in my new pot.
Perfectly cooked!!!! Fall-off-the-bone tender.
First time making ribs in my Instant Pot. The ribs were fall-off-the bone tender and tasty. I would recommend finishing them in the oven with the sauce. I didn’t, but I feel like it would have made them even better.
Wonderful! Fall off the bone and tender. I would make again!
That is a great suggestion. When cooking meats, if you have some extra time when it has finished cooking, putting meat under the ovens broiler adds a nice crisp.
I made this as my first dish, I’m not pleased with how it came out, its way to tender, the cooking time maybe too long, and i ended up with a soup with bones. I had no ribs to pull out. I feel that it was a waist of ribs.
This is a GREAT recipe to build on-thank you! First attempt came out very good but could see taking out earlier and adding a little more time oven to bake in BBQ sauce. Then again maybe that would dry it out, dunno. On a 10 degree night in Minnesota, this gave us a glimpse of summer to come. Enjoy.
These were great will be making them again.
Holy cow!!!!!! You have to try these falling off the bone ribs!!!
I see others put there ribs on maneul for 14-25 min on high pressure for fall off bones instead of meat/stew button
A great dinner thanks to this recipe!
I finished the ribs, adding sauce & under broiler fir a few minutes.
I will make this recipe again.
I usually made these in a slow cooker for hours but these came out amazing in just 1 hour. I upped the time to an hour bc the pot was full but they came out just right. Highly recommend.
Love it. It used to take me 4 hours to make ribs this good.
I cut a rack of baby back ribs into 2-rib pottions. Put Spade L pork rub on for a few hours. Placed in instant pot on rack standing on end around pot with meaty side out. Probably could have fit 2 racks of ribs. Cookeed with 1 cup chicken broth on meat/stew setting for 50 minutes then released pressure. Brushed with store bought bbq sauce. Finished in 450-degree oven for 5-10 minutes. Came off bones perfectly when eaten.
Delicious and easy to make!
Absolutely delicious. Had to make a second batch right away cause my husband and son devoured the first batch.
Amazing! I did broil them on low in the oven with sauce to finish. Best ribs ever!
Could this recipe be done in the 3 quart cooker.