Dr Pepper Baby Back Ribs – Electric Pressure Cooker Recipe

let’s make some dr. pepper baby back
ribs the way we’re going to be doing these ribs is we’re going to be using a
pressure cooker that was sent to me by I cook pot which is right here I happen to
be using it in the elegant red version our first step to make these baby back
ribs is we’re going to go ahead and season them with whatever your favorite
pork seasoning would be now that we have a rib seasoned let’s move on to our
other ingredients I will have the recipe in the description and I’m going to go
ahead and put each of these ingredients in the instant pot pressure cooker as we go first
ingredient is going to be our dr. pepper our barbecue sauce our brown sugar salt
and our vinegar now that we have everything combined we’re gonna go ahead
and add our ribs I’m gonna go ahead and get these in and start our electric pressure
cooker these baby back ribs we are going to be cooking for a total of 25 minutes
on our high pressure setting so we’re gonna go ahead and set our time for 25
minutes our pressure is already on high and now it’s just gonna start alright guys this just ran through its
25 minute cycle we’re gonna go ahead and let the pressure release naturally
instead of doing a rapid release so our pressure is naturally released on this
pressure cooker and now we’re gonna go ahead and take our rack of ribs out and
what I’m gonna do is drain off the liquid in our insta pot pressure cooker add maybe
a little bit more barbecue sauce and just apply some to the top of these or
top and bottom of these ribs so I took about a cup of the liquid that was in
the pressure cooker and then mixed that with about one cup of barbecue sauce I
don’t really like a thick barbecue sauce but you could just go straight barbecue
sauce at this point so right now we’re just gonna go ahead and get our barbecue
sauce on flip them over get the other side as well just go ahead and pour it
on here it’s not gonna hurt anything and we’re gonna go ahead and get them in the
oven 375 degrees until they start having a little bit more of a caramelized look
on top let’s get into these baby back ribs and I didn’t cook these to dip so
there’s still some bite on these they’re not falling apart tight break I’m really
happy with how they came out matter of fact I can see adapting this
to kind of the smoked version they can smoke some ribs for a couple hours go to
the pressure cooker voila anyway I’d like to thank you guys
for stopping by no hippie barbecue Instant pot baby back ribs Fall off the bone pressure cooker ribs

50 comments on “Dr Pepper Baby Back Ribs – Electric Pressure Cooker Recipe”

  1. Jeremy Naraine says:

    That's baby back rips looks good. Thank you☺😋

  2. Catherine's Plates says:

    I know what I’m making in my instant pot. Those look so tender and delicious flavor. 😊

  3. Lasse's Food and Barbecue says:

    Sounds good Lyle.
    I reall ylike Dr Pepper so i need to try this – i know i have said it before but i will soon LoL

  4. The Meat Stall says:

    Thats some damn good looking ribs. Funny thing ….I was looking at some ribs today to put in the pressure cooker… lol….. Did you set the ribs in the liquid or did you have a rack.

  5. Fire & Water Cooking says:

    "I Cook Pot"? Well, you are in Colorado.. LOL! Just kidding Lyle! another good video!

  6. karen mckinney says:

    Thanks for the great recipe and easy way to cook ribs on a rainy day

  7. Everyday BBQ & Cuisine says:

    Much faster than smoking them lol.

  8. yellowbird30 says:

    Looks amazing!!

  9. No Hippie BBQ & Cooking says:

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  10. Who Is Richard Edward says:

    Ribs should be made simple as possible but not simpler- Albert Einstein 🙏🙏👍

  11. Mr FSU says:

    Another awesome rib Video!!!!!!!

  12. Cooking with Cricket (cricket516) says:

    My son loves Dr Pepper and we all would love these ribs. Looks delicious 😋

  13. Charlie's Smokin' BBQ says:

    Like the video, that looked really good

  14. Pickles BBQ says:

    Nice and easy way to make ribs, I like sodas sometimes for tenderizing meats, it works great. Awesome job Lyle!

  15. Cooking with Kiwanna says:

    Can you Mail me some😂… Those Ribs turned out perfect Lyle

  16. mzbrazell says:

    Hi Lyle, Your ribs looked good straight out the pressure cooker, most of them are gray and nasty looking. I'll try this YOUR way. YUM! 💜

  17. Cooking with Tovia says:

    I love this Pressure Cooker! I may get one of these bad boys! I love the fact you used Dr Pepper as it’s one of my favs. Thanks for sharing.

  18. Cindys Home Kitchen says:

    Delicious Dr. Pepper Baby Back Ribs, love this recipe! Cola is also good for the ribs, thanks for sharing.

  19. Christy's Cooking Channel says:

    All the years I’ve had pressure cookers, never cooked any ribs. They gotta be better than SV ones, since the flavor is infused due to the pressure. They looked delicious, thanks for sharing😃

  20. AJ Nicholson says:

    Lyle, was that you on the video?

  21. Juanelo1946 says:

    Lyle, I appreciate this lesson more than some of your more elaborate cooks, because it's so EASY!! Even I could cook these baby back ribs!!

  22. Aim'em and Claim'em Smokers says:

    You know, I was thinking how I'm running out of ways to cook ribs. Since I don't have a pressure cooker I just may give in to your other cooking method that I've been avoiding….boiling them. Could you tell a difference between boiled & pressured cooked?

  23. MeatCranium BBQ AND REVIEW says:

    Lyle them looked like ribs that you would see in a Magazine. Nice Job


    Yea I think smoking them and then finishing the pressure cooker would be a great idea.

  25. Jason B says:

    Dude, are you a Ram? If so, keep up the good work from a fellow Ram😀

  26. No Star Reviews says:

    I have always wanted to try a Dr Pepper sauce, I've seen it in so many cooking applications but only had it in a cake/bread thing that was pretty good

  27. Brenda Green says:

    Delicious looking ribs lyle i love the glazed finished look yum!!!👍👌😋😄

  28. Cooking With James says:

    thats an easy and fast way to do it!! looks good!

  29. Eat East Indian says:

    Those look really good.. that cooker is so handy.. I might save this recipe for Xmas time..

  30. Air Fryer Recipes with Booger500us says:

    Wow those turned out awesome!

  31. soulfoodqueen.net says:

    I have a Pressure cooker but it don't look like that …like 35

  32. Cooking With A Little Spice says:

    Great job. Looks delicious 👍

  33. Cooking with Kirby says:

    I just got an Instant Pot, I might just do this. Those ribs sound like a great recipe.

  34. Ellen's Homemade Delights says:

    Wow Dr. Pepper Ribs? Marvelous!! You are awesome Lyle!!!

  35. Cooking With Ry says:

    That Dr. Pepper must be great on ribs. Such unique sweetness 🙂

  36. Cookingwith Rick says:

    Lyle your truly the king of meat everything you cook turns out so delicious and your Dr pepper ribs are no exception they look saucy tender and delicious .

  37. Pidasian Hippie says:

    Does the pressure cooker make the meat more tender? I used to use Dr. Pepper when I cooked roast beef in the crock pot. Yea. I would cook meat for my coworkers.

  38. PAPA Texas says:

    Nicely done Lyle, they look good. I think I would still go with that brown sugar smoked ribs you did!

  39. CastIronSkilletKitchen says:

    Outstanding Lyle!

  40. Tom Horsman says:

    Nice lookin Bones!

  41. imfreetobeme8 says:

    Man I've been craving ribs…actually just got done having that conversation how I want some bbq ribs. Those looked so good.

  42. Pj Danita says:

    I like mine falling off the bone after 4 hours in the crockpot, but I'm gonna give the dr. pepper a try.

  43. 4 Seasons BBQ says:

    Wow Lyle those looked fantastic. I like the Dr Pepper idea, I'll have to give that a shot. I did a pork butt the other day in my pellet smoker and used a can of Coke during the wrap stage. I think I wrapped it to early because I didnt get a lot of smoke flavor. I like my pellet smoker for ease of use but for real bbq and smoke flavor my go to is my octagon offset. Thanks Lyle and keep up the great videos.

  44. Bad Beast Barbecue says:

    Nice looking rack of ribs Lyle. I haven't trued ribs in the pressure cooker yet

  45. Rich's River Smokers West Virginia says:

    I’m gonna get me a pressure cooker here on the river! Great looking ribs! Great video!

  46. Cooking with Kory says:

    Looks delicious, Lyle!

  47. Rosas Beauty Fashion says:

    That’s a really nice pressure cooker. Them really look tasty. Yummy TFS 💋😘

  48. Cooking Is Amazing says:

    Great looking ribs! I have heard a lot of people using Dr. Pepper for ribs, never tried it personally! But I will be soon!

  49. junior Kesner says:

    Ol my get back i no what im havin for dinner tonight that looked amazing i can already smell it thank you so much for another Awsome video

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