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    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 sauceServings 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 b