This recipe for Sweet and Sour Crockpot Spareribs has so much rich flavor. If you like this recipe, remember that you can make extra batches of the barbecue sauce and store it in the freezer to make it any time. In fact, double or triple the sauce recipe every time you make it and you’ll soon have a large batch ready for any grilling recipe. This is a classic barbecue sauce with tons of flavor.
Spareribs are long bones from the pig that have the most tender and flavorful meat. You can buy boneless pork ribs, but for this recipe, bone-in ribs work best. The bone adds more flavor to the recipe. Ask the butcher to cut the ribs into sections. You may need him to cut the ribs across so they will fit in your slow cooker.
You can make this recipe with country-style ribs, which have more meat, or baby back ribs if you prefer. If you brown the ribs under the broiler after they are cooked the glaze becomes sticky and sweet and the ribs are browned to a luscious color.
Serve this simple recipe with some roasted potatoes, a fruit salad made with the best fruits of the season, and some sliced tomatoes with basil in the summer (a salad of cherry tomatoes in the winter is perfect).
For dessert, brownies or a wonderful and easy chocolate cake are perfectly decadent finishing touches.
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