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Sticky St. Louis Ribs

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Prep Time

10 minutes

Cook Time

41 minutes

Servings

4

Ninja<sup>®</sup> Foodi<sup>™</sup> 6.5-qt. | The Pressure Cooker <cdbr/><cmbr/>that Crisps™ (OP302)

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Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup barbecue spice rub
  • 2 tablespoons kosher salt
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 rack uncooked St. Louis ribs (3-3 1/2 pounds), cut in thirds (4 ribs per section)
  • 1/2 cup beer
  • 1 cup barbecue sauce

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Instructions

Approx pressure build: 6 minutes
Pressure cook: 19 minutes
Pressure release: 1 minute
Air crisp: 15 minutes
1

In a small bowl, stir together barbecue spice rub, salt, and brown sugar. Season ribs evenly with spice mix.

2

Pour beer into pot. Place ribs into Cook & Crisp Basket and place basket in pot.

3

Assemble pressure lid, making sure the pressure release valve is in the SEAL position.

4

Select PRESSURE and set to HIGH. Set time to 19 minutes. Select START/STOP to begin.

5

When pressure cooking is complete, quick release pressure by turning the pressure release valve to the VENT position. Carefully remove pressure lid when unit has finished releasing pressure.

6

Close crisping lid. Select AIR CRISP, set temperature to 400°F, and set time to 15 minutes. Select START/STOP to begin.

7

After 10 minutes, open lid and liberally brush ribs with barbecue sauce. Close lid to resume cooking for 5 more minutes.

8

When internal temperature reaches 185°F, cooking is complete and ribs are ready to serve.

A tip from the Ninja® Kitchen Team

The Ninja® roasting rack insert makes it easy to hold up the ribs while cooking. It is available for purchase on ninjaaccessories.com.

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