Keyword: Dairy-free, Dinner, Gluten-free, Homemade, Restaurant Food at Home
Electric Pressure Cooker
1rackribsOne rack weighs about 3 pounds. Pork babyback or spare ribs or Beef ribs would work great.
Dry Spice Rub
1tablespoonkosher or other coarse salt
1teaspoonground black pepper
1/2cupapple cider vinegar
For the Dry Rub
Measure and mix all spices together in a small glass bowl.
For the Ribs
Rinse ribs and pat dry with a paper towel. Place on a baking sheet. If ribs still have membrane intact, remove it by inserting a knife underneath and pulling upward. Rub spice mix over all sides of the meat.
Place trivet in stainless steel insert of Instant Pot. Pour cooking liquid into pot. Place rack of ribs on trivet, standing up and forming a circle.
Place lid on Instant Pot and close it. Check steam release valve to make sure it is set to [Sealing] for pressure cooking.
Set pressure cooking program to [Pressure Cook] or [Manual] or [Meat/Stew].
Adjust Pressure Level to [High] pressure.
Set pressure cooking time to 23 minutes by pressing the [+] or [-] buttons. When pressure cooking time is finished, allow pressure to naturally release for 10-15 minutes. Then release any remaining pressure by turning the Steam Release Valve to [Venting].
Set oven to Broil at 500°F. Open lid of pot and remove ribs and place on a broiler pan. Brush with your favorite barbecue sauce. Place ribs under broiler and crisp for 3-5 minutes. Do not take your eyes off the ribs while they are broiling. Remove from heat when sauce is bubbly and slightly crisped. Cut into serving-sized pieces and enjoy!