Braised Short Ribs (in your slow cooker!)

Adapted from Food and Wine Magazine
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One of my favorite things to do is take a recipe (that looks awesome!) and make it as easy to cook as possible. So I was excited to see a Braised Short Ribs recipe in Food and Wine Magazine that I knew I could turn into a slow cooker recipe. I absolutely love short ribs. It’s one of my favorite things to order when we’re out, but it’s not something I often think to make at home. If I could make it in my slow cooker though? That would change things! And even though this one appears to be similar to the Beef Bourguignon I posted recently, the flavors are surprisingly different… and oh, so good. Enjoy. :)

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11 thoughts on “Braised Short Ribs (in your slow cooker!)”

  1. I am allergic to garlic, but love short ribs. Will this recipe be any good if I leave it out? It seems to be the main source for the flavor of the dish?

    1. Amy Taylor (comment moderator)

      Hello. We’ve not tried this recipe without garlic. The full head does add a lot of flavor but you can omit it.

  2. This was very good but next time I’m going to double the meat. It was kind of a lot of work (and a half bottle of wine!) and I felt like we didn’t get that much meat. We had a lot of fat on the cut we used so I will ask the butcher to trim it more next time too.

    1. Amy Taylor (comment moderator)

      Hi there. Lisa occasionally uses Applegate Sunday bacon but does avoid processed meats in general.

  3. We serve them over cheese grits. Because… well, you know… cheese and grits and gravy :)

    1. Try pomegranate infused balsamic vinegar. Or just regular balsamic vinegar. 100% red Grape juice will work too. Or a mixture of any vinegar and beef broth. There are quite a few alternatives, you just want something acidic like wine. Sorry, I’m not an admin, but I always substitute wine with something else so I thought I’d make suggestions, hope it helps!

  4. I like braised ribs! I never try to use slow cooker to cook ribs! It looks easy to cook. Cant wait to try it tonight by using slow cooker.

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