Garlic and Green Onion Short Ribs over Ginger Rice

Garlic and Green Onion Short Ribs over Ginger Rice

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MiMiJohnsonRowlett  
Rowlett, TX, USA

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Garlic and Green Onion Short Ribs over Ginger Rice
Servings
4 to 6
Prep Time
30 Minutes

Time on High: 4 to 6 Hours Time on Low: 6 to 8 Hours This is a crowd pleaser. The ribs are so juicy and tender and the sauce goes great with the ginger rice.


Ingredients

8 Short Ribs
Chopped onions,bell pepper, celery, and parsley (about 1/3 cup combined)
4 cloves garlic
1/3 Cup chopped green onions
Garlic & Green Onion Sauce 3/4 of the bottle
1 1/2 Cups of water
Seasonings (Salt, Pepper, Red Pepper, Thyme, Bay Leaf)

Rice for 4 servings:
White Rice
Water
2 Chicken Bouillon Cubes
1 Teaspoons Ginger
1/2 Teaspoons Mustard powder
1/2 Stick of butter

Instructions

Combine the ingredient in your Crock-Pot® slow cooker in this order; Ribs, Veggies, Seasonings, Sauce and the water. Cover and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours.

Combine rice and water according to directions on the box.

When the water and rice starts to boil add the bouillon cubes, ginger and mustard powder. Once the rice is cook stir in the butter.

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