2-3 lbs. ribs
1 tsp. Garlic Powder
1 tsp. Smoked Paprika
½ cup Brown Sugar
1 Tbps. Johnny’s Seasoning Salt
Mix garlic powder, paprika, brown sugar and Johnny’s Seasoning Salt together in a small bowl.
Take the mixture and rub it directly into the ribs. This will help seal in the flavor.
Cook on low in your slow cooker for eight hours.
At this point, your ribs are fully cooked. In order to give them a hickory kick, you can use a Smoking Gun machine to smoke the meat. Fill the Smoking Gun chamber with hickory chips, turn the machine on, light the chips with a match or lighter and put the nozzle directly into your slow cooker.
Once the slow cooker is completely filled with smoke, remove the nozzle and set the lid back on. Cover up the steam hole with a piece of masking tape in order to keep all the smoke inside.
The smoke will absorb into the meat. When it’s completely dissipated, put the ribs on a broiler sheet. Glaze them with your favorite BBQ sauce and then put them in your broiler until they are nice and bubbly.
Serve and enjoy!
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