Instant Pot Country Style Boneless Pork Ribs – Melanie Cooks
This recipe for Instant Pot Country Style Ribs makes juicy meat and tender and tasty sauce directly in the instant pot. You’ll love how easy it is to cook ribs in the pressure cooker.
Boneless Pork Ribs
The Instant Pot is the perfect appliance for cooking country-style ribs with sauce. The meat comes out well every time and you can even beat a sauce with the remaining seasonings.
As usual, you’ll want to season the meat too much, as some of it will end up in the water at the bottom of the instant pot. But using some cornstarch, you’ll be making a tasty sauce to serve with the ribs.
Simply switch from pressure cooking to the stir-fry function to beat the sauce. Then stir until it reaches the desired thickness. Pour the sauce over the pork ribs or serve in a sauce jar on the side.
This recipe is a great way to make Instant Pot country style ribs without BBQ sauce. The sauce is homemade and goes perfectly with the ribs.
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If you love the ease of making the main course in the instant pot, try these: instant chicken thighs or chicken omelette soup.
How to make instant country style ribs and
sauce preparation pressure cooker
by pouring a cup of water. Keep in mind that you will be seasoning the meat too much, as some of the seasonings end up in the water.
Sprinkle salt, pepper and garlic powder on both sides of pork ribs. Rub the seasonings to cover the meat completely.
Add ribs to the pressure cooker. Close the lid and seal the valve. Press the snap cook button and set to 15 minutes at high pressure.
When finished, first naturally release the steam for 10 minutes. Then, carefully release the steam. Open the lid. You can remove the ribs with tweezers and place them on a serving dish or plate.
Press “cancel” on the pressure cooker. Add cornstarch to the seasoned water in the pot. Then press the stir-fry button. As soon as the liquid begins to bubble, beat constantly for 1-2 minutes or until it reaches the desired consistency.
Press “cancel” again and pour the sauce into a bowl or pot with sauce. Serve with pork ribs.
Cooking tips for country-style pork ribs
in instant pot
- Don’t forget to pour a cup
of water into the pressure cooker first
- Season the meat generously, as some of the seasoning will end up
in the water at the bottom of the instant pot
- You can use a trivet or place ribs directly in the water
- Once you add the cornstarch, beat the liquid constantly until you get a thick sauce
What to serve with Instant Pot Country Style Pork ribs
Heading for an al fresco meal? These country-style pork ribs taste delicious with great northern bean salad and peas with cherry and parmesan tomatoes.
Or for a simple but tasty family dinner, pair these pork ribs with corn cobs and frozen smiley fries cooked in the air fryer.
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