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COUNTRY STYLE SPARERIBS

Time: 560 minutes

Number Of Ingredients: 9

Ingredients: pork spareribs,onion,green bell pepper,celery,tomato sauce,brown sugar,white wine vinegar,lemon juice,worcestershire sauce

Steps:

  1. season ribs with salt and pepper to taste
  2. in a large skillet , over medium-high heat brown ribs on all sides
  3. place half of the onion , green pepper and celery in the bottom of a slow cooker
  4. place half of the ribs on top the vegetables then repeat with the remaining vegetables and ribs
  5. in a medium bowl , combine the tomato sauce , brown sugar , vinegar , lemon juice and worcestershire sauce
  6. pour mixture over the top of the ribs
  7. cook on high for 1 hour
  8. reduce to low and cook for another 8 to 9 hours
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