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Dr. Pepper Braised short ribs

Haven't made them in so long so I did this weekend

Easy to do and out of this world

Short ribs (depends on people serving)
Dr. Pepper, a can to a 20oz bottle
Beef stock
Bay leaf
Thyme
Celery, carrot, Onions, chopped in big pieces
Adobe in a can or soy or teryiaki sauce (your choice, I like soy and teryiaki)
S&P

First brown the short ribs on all sides with some oil in large pot, remove
Add vegetables for just a couple minutes
Return ribs to pot
Add Dr. P and stock until the liquid is not quite covering the ribs
Add bay leaves, thyme, "sauce", and cover.
Place in 350 oven for 3-4 hours. Season with S&P

Make a gravy with runnings, mash some potatoes, and cut a good bread.


I dont use measurements, just kind of wing it
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  • FlashFlash Posts: 11,355 AG
    I am not a big Dr Pepper fan. Have you ever used anything else?
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  • kbkeyskbkeys Posts: 691 Officer
    Any cola or soda with sugar and caramel color will work fine
  • rock_fishrock_fish Posts: 12,033 AG
    Ya, I would suspect any dark soda. Root beer would be good or cherry coke. I might try cherry coke next time. Ive done ribs in cherry coke and they were pretty good
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  • aqua-holicaqua-holic Tampa,FLPosts: 220 Deckhand
    Read somewhere fhat u can also use this on country style finger ribs in the crock pot. Think they called them sticky ribs. Might have to try it out

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