• Short Ribs {slow-cook, Paleo-style}

    Korean Short Ribs - Comfy Belly

    Tender, savory, slow-cooked short ribs that go great with all kinds of sides.

    Korean Short Ribs - Comfy Belly

    Slow-cooked short ribs is a crowd-pleaser, as I learned the first time I made Nom Nom Paleo’s recipe. Which is what inspired me to change it up a bit and morph it into a recipe that still has an Asian flare without the need for soy sauce or coconut aminos.

    The one thing I love about so many of Nom Nom Paleo’s recipes is they are easy plus delicious. Yep—that’s what cooking and mealtime is all about for me. If you have a busy schedule and want to come home to ready-made or almost-ready-made meals, I highly recommend this slow cooker. It has a variety of pressure and slow-cook settings, as well as browning and steaming settings, so you can cook just about anything in it.

    The photo for this post shows the short ribs on top of mashed roasted cauliflower. I was in a bit of a rush so I only managed to take a few photos for this recipe, but here are some recommended sides to serve with the short ribs:

    • sautéed or roasted green beans
    • steamed or roasted carrots
    • ratatouille (from my SCD book)
    • steamed peas and onions
    • vegetable medley steamed, roasted, or sautéed
    • add some vegetables to the ribs during the last hour of slow-cooking

    Be prepared for our kitchen and home to become infused with the aroma of garlic and ginger aromas for the entire day or night. Waking up to this in the morning can be initially strange, but I see nothing wrong with eating tender ribs for breakfast.

    Korean Short Ribs - Comfy Belly


    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD  |  8 Comments

    8 Responses to Short Ribs {slow-cook, Paleo-style}

    1. Jodie says:

      I hate to ask a dumb question, but are the nutrition facts PER SERVING or for the whole recipe? 1200 calories and 110g fat for one serving seems ridiculous! Please tell me that info on the Korean Short Ribs is for the whole recipe…

      • Erica says:

        You know, thank you for saying that. This is why I have a hard time with nutrition calculators. I’m pulling that info because it doesn’t seem correct to me either. Sorry for the confusion. When I find a more accurate representation, I’ll add it back in.

    2. Emily says:

      Do you use korean (flanken) or English cut short ribs for this?

    3. Korean short ribs are a favorite in our house – but we’ve never made them in the slow cooker. Love this idea!

    4. Kimberly says:

      I used this recipe about 2 weeks ago and I LOVED them! I used boneless beef ribs from Costco and cooked them in the slow cooker. Just wonderful, super easy, and I will be making them again!

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