This rib recipe was absolutely delicious!!! I am going to try to walk you through what I did to make a melt in your mouth ribs.
I started by removing the tough membrane that covers the bony side of the ribs. This helps the ribs to be moist and not tough and chewy. Next I used a basic rub mix that we keep in our house, this is the recipe that my husband uses. Make sure your ribs are covered in this mixtures. Once they were covered I actually put the ribs in tinfoil and stuffed them into my crock pot. They were really big and didn't fit nicely in there so I covered the top of the crock pot with tinfoil instead of using the lid. I wish I had a picture of it...then I left the ribs to cook on high while we were at church (2 hours) and then low for the rest of the afternoon.
About 1/2 an hour before we were ready to eat I fried up the grill to get a nice colour on them. While they were grilling I coated them in a homemade BBQ sauce.
Homemade BBQ Sauce
Hickory BBQ sauce
liquid smoke (this is so delicious)
Pour all ingredients in a pot and let simmer. This is key to a good BBQ sauce flavour is making sure you have cooked it all together. If it is too thick you can add some water to it.
Coat well in BBQ sauce and serve hot!!