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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Pressure Cooker Spare Ribs

So it's only taken me just about three weeks before I finally got a post up. I've been meaning to write more, but I keep putting it off... you know how that goes. 

I've been very much into my pressure cooker of late. A regular stovetop one, not one of those new dangled electric ones. I did get one for my sister, and she loves it. I say I'll get one, but the stovetop works just fine. Over the weekend I used it on a whole chicken, taking the bone and most of the meat off and leaving a decent portion in the pot for arroz caldo. Before that I made kalua pork, which I've been eating with my salads. Tonight I made ribs.

No real recipe here - cut up the rack of ribs so that they would fit in the pot. Seasoned with salt and pepper. I used beef broth for the liquid. I set a steam bracket inside to keep the ribs out of the broth. High pressure (I think) for about 30 minutes. When it was done, I placed them on a baking sheet lined with foil and slathered both sides with the whiskey sauce I got from O'Brien's. The first floor smells so good, even M the vegetarian mention it. 

Looking foward to lunch tomorrow.

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