Crock-Pot Peach Country Ribs

This is one we through together at the last minute and it turned out good.  We love the Country Style ribs because they are so much easier to eat then the baby back ribs, and one big rib ends up being your entire meat portion of the meal.

Crock-Pot Peach Country Ribs

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 8 hours

Total Time: 8 hours, 15 minutes

Yield: 6

Crock-Pot Peach Country Ribs

Ingredients

4 Pounds Country Style Ribs
1/4th Cup Soy Sauce
1/4th Cup of Schmuckers Peach Jam
2 Tablespoons Ketchup
1/2 Tablespoon of Fresh Minced Garlic (I used refrigerated)
Pam
Cooked Rice (will not go in crock)

Instructions

  1. Mix Soy Sauce, Peach Jam, Ketchup and Garlic in a bowl, that will be wide enough to dip ribs.
  2. I used a liner.
  3. Spray liner or crock with Pam.
  4. Dip each Country Rib into soy sauce mixture getting each side covered well.
  5. Place in crock, pack each one in well, so they are all lying flat if possible.
  6. Pour remaining sauce over the top of the ribs.
  7. Cook on high for 8-10 hours. Check at 6-7 hours, as these can cook fairly quickly in a fast cooking crock.
  8. Serve over rice cooked on stove top or microwave.
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Comments

  1. Ghaze says

    Do you really mean 8-10 on HIGH? or should it be on LOW? This sounds yummy, I’d like to try it this week.

    • says

      Hi Ghaze, Lady Sarah is away on vacation right now so she is not here to answer your question. However I am thinking the 8-10 hours on high is right. Since you want your ribs to be “fall off the bone” tender. Of course you can cook them on low too. When we make ribs in the crock-pot I like to do them on low myself. I will shoot Sarah a message and when she get’s it hopefully she can come on back and answer better since this is her recipe.

  2. Lady Sarah says

    I did high, however not everyone’s crock cooks at the same speed, so do it on high and then check at 6 hours. If your doing low, just note it may take longer then the 8 hours…especially if you have an older crock pot. This would be a great recipe to do at first on a day your home and can keep an eye on them.

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