A quick and easy rib made in a pressure cooker, then slathered in a homemade red wine BBQ sauce. If you wish to make more than one rack, cook in the Instant Pot separately and then finish in the oven together.
If your butcher hasn't already done so (mine always does) strip the membrane on the back of the ribs buy grabbing with a rag or paper towel and pulling down. The membrane should come off in one piece.Then cut ribs in half by turning meat side down and cutting between the two ribs in the center of rack.
When pressure cooker is done you will hear some beeps. Then the cooker will move into "keep warm" mode. You can let ribs sit for 10 minutes then use a wooden spoon or oven mitt to turn the pressure release valve to the vent position. Steam will shoot out of the top of cooker. When steam has been released open lid. Turn on your broiler and place oven rack in center position. (If preferred you can finish on the grill. Set temp at 425 and grill for six minutes or until sauce is caramelized)
Very carefully remove ribs from cooker, the meat very easily falls off the bone! I use tongs to grab and a spatula for support. These ribs are really tender.
Place meat side up on parchment covered cookie sheet, brush with BBQ sauce and place under the broiler for 6 minutes. Remove and eat!