These pressure cooker ribs in a spicy maple sauce are so easy to make they’ll quickly become a family favourite.
This pressure cooker ribs post is sponsored by Pepto-Bismol. I use their liquid product at home and always travel with their chewable tablets. I’m so thankful to work with companies I already use that allow me to create genuine content like this and create recipes I love.
While I may have decided not to have children, I’ve learned more about babies in the last year than I have my whole life. Our family became just a bit bigger when my sister had a baby and I became an aunt!
Being an aunt is the best, you get to enjoy all the fun of children without any of the responsibilities.
But it does change things quite a bit. Almost all of our family gatherings are now at my sister’s house. My mother’s job is to clean and my job is to cook.
For a long time that was a bit challenging as most of our family loves spicy food but my sister just couldn’t handle spice after having a baby. It was hard because she was missing out on a lot of her favourite food.
But hey you can’t roll the dice on having an upset stomach if you have a baby. It’s hard enough doing it at 100% health and she couldn’t confidently take the risk.
It’s not just new mothers, anyone can have issues with spicy food. If you’re going to indulge you must be prepared. We’ve all been there at some point or another in our lives. You’re having a good time with friends and family and then all of a sudden the sweats kick in and you’re not feeling so hot.
Nausea, Heartburn, Indigestion, Upset Stomach, Diarrhea* – we all know that jingle.
Thankfully, she discovered that Pepto-Bismol was just what she needed. She could indulge every once in a while and not worry about the potential for an upset stomach and everything that goes along with it.
Pepto-Bismol is one of those things you always want to keep on hand for the first sign of an upset stomach and if you’re hosting a party be kind to your guests and make sure it’s on your shopping list. To ensure this product is right for you, always read and follow the label.
Pressure Cooker Ribs – Spicy Maple
We love ribs, whether they are red wine braised ribs, spicy gochujang ribs or Pok Pok’s signature ribs. Maybe it’s because you have to eat them with your hands but there’s something about ribs that brings people together.
I bought my sister a pressure cooker just before she had a baby as I knew it would save her precious time. So I feel like this recipe is really about celebrating her new life, she can still have great indulgent dishes like spicy ribs but in a reasonable amount of time.
What is your favourite pressure cooker ribs recipe? Share in the comments below.