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|By :Amy Jacky|
|Prep Time||1 minute|
|Cook Time||40 minutes|
Amy and Jacky are a husband and wife team behind pressurecookrecipes.com. Born and raised in families from the restaurant industry, they have what they have coined “foodie genes”. Surrounded by so much food growing up and in their own food media company they started on their own, they fell in love with every aspect of food from photography to recipe development. In their exploration of delicious food and cooking techniques, they stumbled across pressure cooking and more importantly, Instant Pot! Amy and Jacky started their blog to bring happiness to the world through good food that is easy to make and delicious to eat! They want all of their readers to feel inspired and excited when cooking with their very own pressure cooker.
Super easy customizable recipe!
Combined a few recipies and incorporated rootbeer into the sauce. Also grilled instead of using the oven at the end! Yummy.
These are even better if you marinate them overnight with a good rub. It adds extra flavor that marries well with the BBQ sauce.
I made this last night, the family loved it. I think the rub i used was too strong-flavored for me, as i didn’t really care for it. I also skipped gazing and baking in the oven. On the plus side, it was super easy and the bones just pulled right out. I had about 3.5lbs rack that I split into 3 sections and stacked overlapping on the trivet. I also used beer instead of water. If i do them again, I’ll make my own rub thats not so strong.
This was my first item in my new instant pot! It was amazing, very easy and delicious!
Just awful, that i didnt have any left overs. Very first thing i made in my instant pot. Very tender and fall off the bone(these were the cheap previously frozen ribs sold by winn dixie)that are usually tough and dry when you try cooking by other means. The only thing i changed was i used a dry rub instead of the salt and peper
Simple and Delicious recipe. I covered the ribs in BBQ sauce on top of the 1 Cup of water for extra flavor and cooked for 30minutes. Once done, I rebasted and baked for 10
Minutes at 425 to caramelize the BBQ Sauce.
New to IP! Did this tonight, 2 racks, 40 min, 5 min NR, then quick release, grill for 8 min with BBQ sauce. Really, really delicious!!!
Very easy, and very good!
Made ribs tonight! They turned out so yummy! Kids came back for seconds!!
This was my third time using the pot. I actually added two racks of ribs, increased the time to 40, and it was perfect. Thanks for the easy recipe!
Super easy, quick, and most of all….husband approved. He loves ribs, so thank you for a great go-to recipe!
Made this with two Costco ribs cut in half; rub; 40 min; then lightly glazed with TraderJoe’s BBQ sauce, under broiler 8 min. SO good and easy!
First time ive ever made ribs and even my wife, who does not eat them (ever) loved them. Thanks InstantPot!
Tried to make this but something went wrong. When I turn on my ‘pressure cook’ button it shows ‘on’ but the time countdown never shows up. Then I get a ‘burn’ message after a while of steaming. The valve is up and steam is coming out during the cooking process. What am I doing wrong?
Did you use the 1 cup water and the trivet?
Didn’t like the first time I did this recipe the bloody metal-like taste and smell when you open the i-Pot, but the fall-out-of-bone finish was real after 25min. So, after a couple of trials, came to substitute kosher for marine salt, add 3 bay leaves, 1 teaspoon of paprika…. the smell and taste change radically… then BBQ brush, the oven and boom better than Tony Roma’s. (When you cook 2 full racks the thrivet isn’t needed)
Trying to cook the ribs now but the 25 minutes does not show up?
Do I leave the ribs whole or cut
I cut my ribs in 4ths then put them on the trivit in a teepee style set up.
It should say ON until the pot reaches pressure then it will countdown.
In this recipe it is whole but you could cut it and it should cook the same.
Super tender!! I agree with the only 8 min under broiler or perhaps on the second rack as opposed to the top rack. Would definitely make again.
Super easy and delicious! Needed more sauce after the oven, but other than that perfection!
Can you put the ribs in frozen?
Falls off the bone and melts in your mouth! I marinated these ribs with brown sugar and they were a hot hit! Yummy!
Can you cook them a day ahead and then grill them?
Third thing I made in my IP and they were AMAZING. After reading other reviews I elected fi put them under the broiler instead of baking them. 8 minutes on high broil, basted again w/bbq sauce about 1/2 way through. Best ribs I’ve ever made. Cant wait to try some variations.
I made this last night and it was amazing! The inly thing i did differently was broiled it before putting it in the Instant Pot. Definitely will keep this as one of my favorite recipes! A must try!!!
Great basic recipe. I added a few dashes of liquid soke to the pot and grilled them with BBQ sauce. Perfection.
IP Newbie here. Do you add more time if uou’re making a rack and a half?
My very first go with Instant Pot and it was a hit with the fam!
This worked very well, used my own rub, and apple juice with cider vibegar ibstead of water. Super moist!
Was so easy. Finished off on bbq instead of oven. Fam loved it.
Fall off the bone deliciousness
First time trying this and the ribs turned out great. I am new to the whole Instapot thing and so far it has been the best money spent.
Made tnis as my first IP meal ever. It was so good!!! I think I will add liquid smoke for added flavor next time.
Easy recipe!! Added a few extra spices. Cooked for 25 minutes as directed. Next time will cook for 30 minutes as hubby likes them a bit more tender. Will definitely make again.
I cooked for 25 min, but it wasn’t quite fall-off-the-bone. I will cook it a bit limger next time. Thanks for sharing!
This was also my first IP meal, and it came out great! Not to repeat other reviews, but to add a little info, when trying to figure out when it will be ready to serve, add at least 20 minutes after cooking for the natural release to finish.
Excellent & easy recipie! I’m new to using an InstaPot @ I’ve never made ribs – these were easy to make and my family thought they tasted great!
Beat rib recipe out there! Delicious!!
I have done this about a dozen times. Take meat from freezer use serrated knife and cut it in half remove from package no need to take off silver skin on bone like you do when you do them in a smoker. Put a cup of apple juice in the pot add 1 tablespoon of liquid smoke, place meat on thick edge meat towards the wall. Cooked 25 minutes from frozen follow the remainder of the recipe technology and oven treatment. About 45 minutes total time.
Love this recipe!!! Totally a family fav! But, one question: can you use boneless ribs? By accident, I bought those at the store.
Delicious and super easy to make!
Made this recipe to break in my instant pot and I am amzazed! My family and I loved how they turned out. Very tasty!
So tasty and easy to make. Thank you for this recipe.
Very good, increased cooking time to 30 mins, fairly tender but will try 36 mins next time. Will increase oven time to 10 mins per side
The most delicious ribs I have ever made thanks to this recipe. I increased cook time to 30 minutes and then put them in the broiler covered in BBQ sauce turning 1/2 way for a total of 8 minutes cook time like someone suggested.
So easy and delicious. I seasoned with Brown Sugar Bourbon Grill Mates seasoning instead of just salt and pepper. Delicious!
Awesome ribs. Definitely make these!!
Good and easy but you have to increase the preasure cooker time if you truely want tender fall off the bone
Using suggestions frim other reviewers, I used a rub first on the ribs. Cooked for 35 mins, and brushed bbq sauce all over and broiled both sides in oven. This is serioulsy the only way to make ribs!! To delicious 🙂
Cant wait for summer so we can bbq instead of broil. Will probably reduce the cooking time to 30 mins then.
Easy to make. Turned out great. First meal in my Instant Pot. Live it!!
Looooooove this recipe! Everyone cleaned their plates!
Made these last night. They were a Insta-HIT !!! There wasn’t a single rib left. So my husband couldn’t take any for lunch today.
Cooked this tonight. It was delish! Had 2 racks, split into two and did 35 min. Finished off in oven.
We had a mix green and slaw salad with blue cheese and buffalo dressing! Will do it again and again!
Add 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup apple juice, adds lots of flavor.
Delicious and Super easy!
Put some liquid smoke in with the water
I was super skeptical, but they were delicious!! 🙂
Good but i would recomend using the broiler or grill at the end.
Very easy recipe except I put the ribs under the broiler instead of in the oven. 5 – 6 mintes per side.
So tender and delish and on the table in under an hour. Can’t beat ribs on a weeknight!
Tastes like you spent all day cooking
Making ribs with this method 2nd time today. Love how fast and easy you can make quality ribs at home.
First thing I made in my new pot. Turned out perfectly. I cookrd for 20 min. With natural release. Could have been slightly less time. Tasted so good and were very tender. I don’t think we will ever do ribs on the grill again.
I made this as my first IP meal. I used a Manager’s special meat that I found at the market today. I followed the recipe exactly as written. It was easy and the meat was tender. It didn’t fall off the bone but came out so much better than other ribs I have made or tried. Will make this again, but I will try some of the recommendations on here.
So easy and fantastic!
Really good!! I made these ribs tonight and they turned out great.
I cooked them for 20 minutes and they were almost falling off the bone. Next time I will cook them a little less as I like to eat my ribs
off the bone not with a knife and fork. Finished them under the broiler with bbq sauce. Super easy will definitely make them again.
SUPER easy with great results! I decided on 20 min and they were perfect. Can’t wait to try some different flavours.
I found 50 minutes makes mine fall off the bone tender. 20 or 30 minutes was not enough, but my ribs were pretty thick. Very easy method this way.
Great tasting ribs! Fast and easy!
First thing I made in my instant pot. So easy 🙂 I cook for 35 minutes for my baby-led weaning son and the meat really falls off the bone.
Ribs in the pot now – how long should ‘full release’ take once the ribs get to that part?