Tonight's dinner mission, try something new. For the something new, I decided to pick up some beef ribs after recently happened upon a conversation online. Falling off the bone succulent ribs sounds astounding and I thought the next time I made my grocery shopping list I wanted this menu item to be on them. Lucky for me, while shopping at Aldi's, I happened upon a great deal. $2 off Boneless Beef Ribs. For $6 for 1.6 lbs of beef ribs ($1.50 per person), I knew it was meant to be, so in the shopping cart they went and now I just had to dream up how to cook them. I decided the safe way was BBQ since this is my first time working with this cut of meat.
Here's what you'll need
Crock Pot BBQ Beef Ribs
1 1/5 pounds beef ribs, boneless
1 bottle of your favorite barbeque sauce
1 quart beef broth
Begin by placing your ribs in a crock pot.
Pour beef broth over ribs to cover. Move the meat around if necessary to make sure everything is submerged. Cook on low 8 to 10 hours.
One hour before serving, remove 1 cup of beef broth from crock pot and reserve.
Drain remaining beef broth from crock pot.
Pour bottle of barbeque sauce over the ribs.
Add reserved beef broth to create a thinner sauce.
When meat is fork tender, serve with your favorite sides.