Instead of broiling your ribs, throw them on the grill for a smoky flavor.
Cooking ribs in an instant pot is a great way to create tender, fall-off-the-bone meat without waiting all day for a crockpot or spending several hours tending to a smoker. Finishing the ribs under the broiler will help create that signature crispy outer texture that seals in the meat's flavor.
Here's how to make your instant pot pork ribs your own.
If you prefer a rub instead of a marinade, this Jamaican jerk rub will bring out a whole new world of flavor. It's just the right mix of spiciness and heat.
Of course, you'll need to serve something alongside the instant pot pork ribs. Pork ribs are a very versatile main dish, and their flavor pairs well with plenty of sides. Here are a few you could try:
Try making some of these amazing pork ribs for yourself. They cook up in a flash, and the flavor is out of this world. The tender pork takes in all the character from the rub or marinade you use.