Spareribs with Georgia barbecue sauce

    You don’t need a grill to make delicious ribs.  Use the pressure cooker and the oven to create tender spare ribs that will leave people wanting more!

    We love the pressure cooker because it makes complicated and time-consuming recipes easy and quick. It also cuts down the cooking time, keeping meat tender, juicy and tasty.

    For this recipe, we’ll cook the spare ribs in the pressure cooker before placing them in the oven for just a few minutes to make them crispy. Then we’ll drizzle over a savory sauce - also prepared in the pressure cooker - for a smoky flavor. And as quick as that, the ribs are ready!

    Spareribs with Georgia barbecue sauce
    Servings for 4

    100 g onions

    2 cloves of garlic

    3 tbsp. paprika 

    2 tbsp. unrefined cane sugar

    ½ tbsp chili powder

    600 g baby spare ribs

    200 g ketchup

    250 ml vegetable stock

    100 g peach jam

    2 tbsp. cider vinegar

    2 tbsp. mustard, medium-hot

    1 tbsp. salt, smoked

    3 tbsp. frying oil

    Salt

    Preparation:

    1. Peel and finely chop onions and garlic. Mix paprika, sugar, chili powder and 2 tsp salt together. Divide the rack of ribs into sections of two ribs each and rub spice mix generously over the ribs. 

    2. Heat 2 tbsp of frying oil in the pressure cooker and brown chopped onions for 5 minutes. Add garlic and cook for 30 seconds, constantly stirring. Add ketchup, vegetable stock, peach jam, vinegar and mustard, mixing well. Place finished sauce into a bowl and set aside.

    3. Place ribs upright in pressure cooker, round sides facing the walls. Drizzle 200 ml of the sauce over the ribs.

    4. Close in accordance with the instructions, set the control valve in the lid to 2 (speed setting), and heat the pot at the maximum temperature. When the yellow ring appears, turn the heat down to low. When the green ring appears, cook for 15 minutes.

    5. Preheat the oven to 400 °F using the broil feature.  Brush a baking sheet with the remaining frying oil.

    6. After 15 minutes, allow the steam to escape from the pressure cooker and open in accordance with the instructions. Then place the ribs onto the baking tray round side up.

    7. Scoop off and discard any fat on the surface of the cooked sauce using a spoon. Reduce the remaining sauce together with the uncooked sauce in the open cooker for about 10 minutes. Finally, stir in the curing salt.

    8. Brush the ribs with sauce and broil for 7 to 10 minutes, turning every few minutes and brushing with sauce.