Commenter JR reminded me of a summer trick. When I use my pressure cooker to make ribs, I take them out to my gas grill to finish crisping them up instead of using my broiler.
And yes, I know, this is really, really not “true barbecue.” I can feel the bbq purists judging me through the screen. Hey, sometimes I want ribs, but don’t have the time to spend all afternoon babysitting them on my grill. An hour in the pressure cooker, a few minutes to crisp up on the grill, and my ribs are ready to go.
(I can still feel the waves of judgyeness. That’s OK, I can ignore it by eating these tender, fall apart ribs.)
Recipe: Pressure Cooker Southwestern Pinto Bean Soup
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