This Instant Pot teriyaki ribs recipe is sweet and spicy all rolled into one. Fall off the bone pressure cooker ribs done in 25 minutes and just amazing! If you love beef or pork ribs but don’t have all day to make them perfect use this method, you’ll never make ribs another way again.
Ok so I am a sucker for two things at dinnertime, ribs and anything teriyaki! Combining the two for this easy Instant Pot teriyaki ribs recipe is just heaven I tell you! Fall off the bone tender pork ribs with a sweet and spicy teriyaki sauce that you can make right at home with just a few ingredients (way better than the bottled stuff). Here is just how easy they are to make…you’ll never wait all day for them to cook in the oven or barbecue anymore. Definitely on the top of our list of favorite Instant Pot recipes now. (affiliate links present)
Do you have one of these fancy pressure cookers yet?? Don’t be intimidated. Yes I too left it in the box for a few months after I grabbed this Instant Pot online and wasn’t sure what to do with it, but it is so easy to sue!
Don’t these just look amazing!
Everything is made so quickly and turns out amazingly well. I first started experimenting with teriyaki recipes when I made these Instant Pot spicy teriyaki chicken thighs and they were such a hit I used that homemade teriyaki sauce in other things and tweaked it for different dishes like these ribs.
Here are a few things you may not have in your cupboards that you’ll need to make this Instant Pot teriyaki ribs recipe:
- 1 rack pork baby back ribs 1.8 lbs. is what I used
- 1/2 tbsp ginger chopped
- 1 c beef broth
- 1/2 c soy sauce
- 1 tbsp garlic minced
- 4 tbsp brown sugar
- 2 tbsp Sriracha or more if you want it spicier, this makes it mild/med.
- 1/3 c hoisin sauce
Mix all sauce ingredients together well.
Cut rack of ribs into pcs. of 3 ribs each piece and place at bottom of Instant Pot or pressure cooker.
Pour teriyaki sauce on top.
Close lid, and steam valve.
Set to manual, pressure, high, for 25 minutes.
Do a slow release.
If you want a bit of crispy texture on outside set oven or toaster oven to 375 and put in for about 5 minutes to crisp the outside of the ribs.
Pour some sauce from inside your Instant Pot on the ribs and serve!
I cut my rack of ribs into smaller pieces to fit into my Instant Pot easier and to soak up as much juices as possible. I cut it into pcs with 3 ribs on each piece and put them on the bottom trying not to overlap them. Then I pour the teriyaki sauce I made over the top so they are mostly submerged. If you are doubling the amt. of ribs in this recipe I might make 1.5x the teriyaki sauce so that there is enough liquid for the meat to be set into so they essentially boil in the juices and soak it up as much as possible.
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