Sunday, February 13, 2011

Boneless Beef Ribs

My husband is a rib fiend, pork, beef, bone in, boneless, he adores them all. He is also damn good at cooking them, so good in fact I never eat at a Barbecue Restaurant as I know his ribs are fifty times better!

One of my nifty new gadgets is a pressure cooker. Hubby loves to start his ribs in that, then finish on the grill. It melts most of the fat off the ribs and makes them very tender! You could surely start them in a crock pot on high for 4 hours or so as well.

Into the pressure cooker
2 lbs of boneless beef ribs
1 large bottle of IPA Beer
3 tbl Montreal Steak Seasoning
2 tlb Steak Rub or Lemon Pepper
2 tbl Chili Pepper Flakes
1/4 cup dried or fresh onion
1 tbl powdered Garlic

Cook on High Pressure for 15 minutes using the natural steam release, your meat will be tender and yummy at this point

Get your barbecue at 250 or so with some soaked chips and let them get some smoke on for 30 minutes to an hour, applying barbecue sauce on occasion.


tamilyn said...

I need to find my pressure cooker-it just doesn't get used like it should!

These look wonderful.

teresa said...

OH YUM! i want to gobble those up, they look so good!

peachkins said...

these are so mouthwatering!
Happy Valentine's Day!

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Unknown said...

Oh, wow... it looks delicious!


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Inspired by eRecipeCards said...

Love da ribs. Never found a rib joint that makes em as good as i do... I have been pondering a pressure cooker. These sound terrific, great job!

Be romantic, have a great valentines Day


Marjie said...

They look wonderful. I love ribs, although my dearly beloved is indifferent toward them. Silly man.

Unknown said...

Hi Cheryl - I just had to tell you - I finally managed to bake something at last! And it wasn't a total must be a miracle! Ha! Ha! :-)

If you pop over to Honey's blog, you can see Honey helping me make a Valentine's cheesecake for Paul!


sophia said...

Does that work in a rice cooker as well, I wonder? It looks finger-smacking gooood!!

Happy Valentine's Day, Cheryl!! :D

Pam said...

Yum! They look and sound mouth watering good.

The Blonde Duck said...

This is the answer to my prayers. I LOVE ribs.

Mary Bergfeld said...

These really do sound good. I don't own a pressure cooker, so I'll have to use the slow cooker and hope for comparable results. My compliments to your husband. His ribs look other-worldly good. I hope you both have a great evening. Blessings...Mary

Anonymous said...

I also love to use my pressure cooker to cook a lot of things in.

This dish loks fabulous, Cheryl!!


Foodiewife said...

Yes, ma'am! Pressure cookers are fantastic. Why are people so afraid of them? I love ribs. I love them a little too much, so I eat them very rarely. But, when I do, this would be the way I'd like them. They look scrumptious.

Amanda- Eating in Winnipeg said...

oh yum! there's nothing better then ribs other then boneless ones!

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