I got a question about substituting country style ribs into one of my spare rib recipes. They don’t cook quite the same - country style ribs are thicker, so they take more time. (I wrote about the difference between Country and Western ribs here, but didn’t think to add baby-back and spare ribs to the article.)
That said, the only thing that’s different is the cooking time. The flavors in rib recipes transfer well; feel free to use any kind of ribs in my rib recipes, as long as you adjust the cooking time to they type of rib you’re cooking.
Also, this got me hungry for some ribs, so this weekend…
Recipe: Pressure Cooker Pork Country Ribs with Cider and Mustard
Country Ribs vs Western Ribs
Pressure Cooker Beef Back Ribs Texas BBQ Style
Instant Pot Baby Back Ribs with Memphis Dry Rub
Instant Pot Tuscan Pork Ribs (with Rosemary, Fennel, and Garlic)
My other Instant Pot Bean Recipes
My other Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipes
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