These Guinness braised short ribs in the slow cooker are decadent and fall off the bone tender. They are perfect to celebrate St. Patrick's Day from home!
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than by cooking with Guinness? These short ribs are fall off the bone tender and look and taste like they were way more difficult to cook than they were! Simply season and sear the meat, and pop it in the slow cooker with the Guinness for eight hours. Serve with my healthy creamy mashed potatoes and a pint of Guinness and you have the greatest feast to celebrate all things Irish!
Not at all! While my recipe calls for a slow cooker, you can also prepare short ribs in a Dutch oven on the stove or in the oven. To alter my recipe, you would sear your short ribs in a Dutch oven and then pour the Guinness over the ribs. You would then cover it and cook low and slow in the oven for two to two and a half hours at 350F. I recommend using the liquid that is left over after cooking to make the most amazing gravy! Instructions for this are included in the recipe below.
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These Guinness braised short ribs in the slow cooker are decadent and fall off the bone tender. They are perfect to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day from home!
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