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Old 03-05-2015, 05:09 PM   #1
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Crock-pot short ribs of beef: question

I used to have a recipe, probably came with my pot of crock.

Sauted some chopped onions and throw them into the crock.

Browned some bone-in short ribs of beef and throw them into the crock.

Covered with BBQ sauce, your favorite brand.

Crock it (Davey?) for 8 hours low or 4 hours high.

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Cooking for one, found a package of boneless beef short ribs, 1 lb., $6/lb., $6 bucks. That is around my upper per-serving limit but I went for it. I've missed this recipe, and too lazy to get out the crock pot, and anyway the pot is too big for this small a serving.

So today I chopped and browned the onions (until limp), threw them into a Corning ware casserole.

I browned the boneless beef rib meat on all sides, threw it in too.

Drenched it in BBQ sauce until all solid ingredients were submerged.

I'm planning on a cooking time of 4 hours, and I have my convection oven set at 200F.

Your comments?

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Old 03-05-2015, 05:28 PM   #2
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Higher temp, less time. A braise at such a low temp is pointless. I'd cook it at 350F until your ribs reach an internal temperature of 190F-195F. You could add some other things to make it more interesting. Consider some mushrooms and other veggies of choice.
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We do ribs at 200 - 250 for 3 hours and they are fully cooked by then.
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Old 03-06-2015, 10:47 PM   #4
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I've braised short ribs before but never with BBQ sauce. I braise in a cast iron dutch oven, and usually use some mix of beef stock, red wine, balsamic vinegar. Always throw in a couple of bay leaves, maybe a sprig of fresh rosemary, salt and pepper. Simmer for about 3 hours on top of the stove. Dang, I just had dinner and I'm making myself hungry again.
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Crock-pot short ribs of beef: question I used to have a recipe, probably came with my pot of crock. :wink: Sauted some chopped onions and throw them into the crock. Browned some bone-in short ribs of beef and throw them into the crock. Covered with BBQ sauce, your favorite brand. Crock it (Davey?) for 8 hours low or 4 hours high. ----------------------------------------------------- Past meet future: Cooking for one, found a package of boneless beef short ribs, 1 lb., $6/lb., $6 bucks. That is around my upper per-serving limit but I went for it. I've missed this recipe, and too lazy to get out the crock pot, and anyway the pot is too big for this small a serving. So today I chopped and browned the onions (until limp), threw them into a Corning ware casserole. I browned the boneless beef rib meat on all sides, threw it in too. Drenched it in BBQ sauce until all solid ingredients were submerged. I'm planning on a cooking time of 4 hours, and I have my convection oven set at 200F. Your comments? 3 stars 1 reviews
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