How to make easy seasoned salt baby back ribs in a slow cooker

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Baby back ribs! Oohhh I love them all kinds of ways, slathered in barbecue sauce, dipped in vinegar or slowly cooked the with the perfect dry rub. In the recipe below we make a super easy and delicious dry rub using only 5 ingredients. I love to bring these to pot lucks because they're a breeze to make and always a crowd pleaser.
We start off by mixing together garlic and whole grain mustard then massaging it into the ribs. Next comes comes an evenly sprinkle of brown sugar, that gets massaged in as well. Don't skip the massaging, it's essential for the flavors to really get into the meat and build a crust. Evenly sprinkle the seasoned salt and massage one last time. Place into a slow cooker and you'll have the simplest most tastiest ribs you've ever had.
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Slow Cooker Seasoned salt baby back ribs
6
10 minutes
5 hours
5 hours 10 minutes
6 cloves garlic minced
3 tablespoons whole grain mustard
3 pounds baby back ribs silver skin removed
3 tablespoons brown sugar
1½ tablespoon seasoned salt
Mix garlic and whole grain mustard together then massage into the ribs.
Evenly sprinkle brown sugar and massage. Don't skip the massaging, this ensures the flavors getting into the meat and making a nice crust.
Lastly, sprinkle evenly with seasoned salt and massage again.
Place into a 6 quart slow cooker with bone side facing down.
Cook on high for 5 hours or on low for 8 hours.
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