Crockpot Beef Ribs
Call them beef ribs crockpot-style that come together with no fuss, no mess. These simple recipes vary the sauce and cuts of beef. The quick crockpot process for cooking beef ribs is just as enticing as the finished meal.See Popular Crockpot Beef Ribs Recipes
Put the beef, vegetables, and sauce ingredients in the slow cooker and let it do all the work. Right before dinner, just make the polenta and your meal is done.
The name says it all...short ribs become exceedingly tender when slow-cooked in a flavorful combination of French onion soup, ale, garlic, brown sugar and seasonings.
Whip up polenta the night before, and let the short ribs cook unattended in the slow cooker. Your meal will be waiting for you when you're ready.
Choose the red wine option in this slow cooker recipe for even more rich, deep flavor.
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