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Instant Pot Recipes Ribs And Potatoes : Cook's Essential Pressure Cooker Country Style Pork Ribs Recipe with Potatoes

Instant Pot Recipes Ribs And Potatoes Video

Instant Pot Recipes Ribs And Potatoes

Cook's Essential Pressure Cooker Country Style Pork Ribs Recipe with Potatoes

Cook's Essential Pressure Cooker Country Style Pork Ribs Recipe with Potatoes

QVC’s 8 quart Cook’s Essential Pressure Cooker is my latest kitchen gadget and I loved my recipe for Country Style Pork Ribs with Potatoes and BBQ Sauce. I show you step by step from browning to cooking this meat and potato meal.

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20 Comments

  1. Do not let the pressure cookers cord dangle off the table onto the floor. It creates a hazardous tripping situation. Cord should be on the countertop along with the pressure cooker.

  2. WHAT ARE YOU COOKING,….PORK CHOPS,…STEAK,….????NO NEED TO BROWN RIBS…B.B.Q. SAUCE LATER MAKES THEM BROWN ENUFF….BUT I GUESS EVERYBODY TO THEIR OWN RECIPE….

  3. I enjoyed your Southern accent, and also the simplicity of your cooking methods for the ribs. This is what I plan to do if I can't use my Weber kettle. This is something that can be done in a pinch if time, equipment, and weather are limited. And it looks like everything turned out well. Your help is appreciated. Thanks!

  4. That machine you just bought is a piece of shit, it will last you meaby 6 month, and longer if you don't use it, you got scammed darling.

  5. this was a great video, thx for showing us the way to do ribs. i am now starting my ribs in my cooker for the 1st time. Think i will put them under the broiler for a couple min. as i like mine a little firmer after they have cooked. Keep posting videos,

  6. Thank you so much for the video! I love pressure cookers, my Mom used to cook in one of the older models where the pressure valve would rock and you'd have to control the temperature manually. I'm so happy that you love yours! The newer models definitely make cooking easier! Enjoy!

  7. Well now, this is going to be my ignorance showing.. But I always thought you had to add water to cover what ever meat you cooked in the pressure cooker. I see not only you, but others on YouTube did not. Just BBQ sauce. I'm going to try your recipe out. The ribs and potatoes looked damn good!!! Had to come back and add.. Was that your husband laughing @5:04 because you couldn't get the lid on the pressure cooker?

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