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So not done on a smoker but damn it was easy. Instapot ribs. Seasoned with Pork spade L then pressure cooked for 25min covered in sauce and left under the broiler for 8 min. Turned out super tender and surprisingly good especially for ribs under an hour.

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TRD270

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Location
SaSa Sandy
So not done on a smoker but damn it was easy. Instapot ribs. Seasoned with Pork spade L then pressure cooked for 25min covered in sauce and left under the broiler for 8 min. Turned out super tender and surprisingly good especially for ribs under an hour.

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Hmm my wife just bought one of those, maybe I can join in the thread
 

Tonkaman

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Location
Taylorsville
So not done on a smoker but damn it was easy. Instapot ribs. Seasoned with Pork spade L then pressure cooked for 25min covered in sauce and left under the broiler for 8 min. Turned out super tender and surprisingly good especially for ribs under an hour.

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Elaina is an insta-pot fanatic. She loves how lazy we can make food prep ha ha
 
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My wife’s been wanting an insta pot for a while now. Do you guys use yours a lot? Worth the money?
I think they are okay. I could see how some people may use them a ton but I have a feeling most people would be like me and find it spending most it's life taking up space in the pantry next to the crock pot, bread maker, big roaster, food dehydrator, rice maker and all the other cool but not so commonly used stuff that we seem to aquire.
 

Jesser04

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Location
Kaysville Utah
I think they are okay. I could see how some people may use them a ton but I have a feeling most people would be like me and find it spending most it's life taking up space in the pantry next to the crock pot, bread maker, big roaster, food dehydrator, rice maker and all the other cool but not so commonly used stuff that we seem to aquire.
This is the exact reason I’ve been fighting getting one.
 

Jay5.9L

...I just filled the cup.
Location
Riverton
We have had one for about a year. It’s an amazing tool to add to your culinary tool box. We used it a lot in that beginning but now it comes out a few times a month. Really handy to cook things quick like potatoes for mashed, those ribs, pasta etc
 

Kiel

Formerly WJ ZUK
We've been living out of one for the last month. My wife loves it, but we are waiting on a stove to show up in March so we don't have a lot of cooking options
 

frieed

Jeepless in Draper
Supporting Member
Location
Draper, UT
I never add liquid when I foil then but then I look for the fattier ribs to cook.
 

Diesel_Zuk

Active Member
Now that's what i'm talking about! Method and where did you get the meat?
I picked it up at Macey’s in Orem, UT. Most meat departments have them though actually. I paid 5.99 per pound, this rack was $28. I did a dry rub, then threw in the traeger at 225° for about 3 hours, til they hit 160° IT, then I wrapped in foil, with a little beef broth, and cranked the temp up to 350° to finish it off, and pulled it off the traeger at IT of 202°, then let it rest for 30 minutes.
 

Diesel_Zuk

Active Member
Made pulled pork last weekend, tried brining and injecting it with the brine, and oh boy did it turn out amazing. Didn't have time to make the mac, so I cheated and bought some from popeyes. Piled this up on a pretzel bun. It really hit the spot.


 
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