Easy barbecue pork neck bones in the pressure cooker.
Hey cousins! By popular request I have another pressure cooker recipe for you. I’m going to show you all how to make pressure cooker barbecue pork neck bones!
Since I’ve shared my recipe for neck bones and potatoes, so many of you have asked for more neck bone recipes. I thought that this would be the perfect one considering that its so easy to make, and simply delicious.
Here are more slow cooker recipes to try next:
- Slow Cooker Smothered Beef Roast
- Slow Cooker Short Ribs Recipe
- Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken
- Slow Cooker Southern Candied Yams
- Slow Cooker BBQ Oxtails
Check out my video, and be sure to print the recipe below.
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Pressure Cooker Barbecue Pork Neck Bones
Barbecue Pork Neck Bones are fall-off-the-bone tender, savory and so easy.
- 2 1/2 lbs Pork Neck Bones clean prior
- 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar to coat the neck bones
- 2 1/2 tsp seasoning salt
- 1 tsp ground black pepper
- 1 tsp red pepper flakes optional
- 1 tbsp liquid smoke I used hickory
- 1 medium onion chopped
- 2 tsp paprika optional
- 1/2 – 1 cup barbecue sauce
- Place the neck bones into a large mixing bowl, or dish.
- Drizzle the apple cider vinegar all over the neck bones, then sprinkle on the seasoning salt, black pepper, and red pepper flakes.
- Next toss drizzle on the liquid smoke, and toss in the onions.
- Toss the ingredients, and make sure that the neck bones are well coated.
- Add all of the ingredients into the pressure cooker.
- Set the pressure cooker on the normal setting ( I used the meat setting on my instapot), and let cook for 45 minutes.
- Serve and enjoy!
Please be sure to know how to use your pressure cooker before trying any recipes.
Can this recipe be Prepared on the stovetop? If so, how much water & for how long? It sounds delicious but I don’t have a pressure cooker
Hi Sherry, yes it can. I explained different methods in the video, but the stovetop can definitely be an option 🙂
Hi Rosie, I didn’t find the neck bones recipe for slow cooker
I’m sorry? What are you trying to find? You can type ” neck bones” in the search tool above 🙂
Outstanding, thank you for sharing
Thank you for coming by!
Jacky Wells says
Sound YUMMY YUMMY. WILL DO TODAY
LaToya Thomas says
I just took out my neckbones to do your recipe with gravy..now that I see this I’m switching it up!! Thank you Rosie..Your recipes make up 80% of the meals in my home!! We love it!!
Thanks so much for trying my recipes! XOXO
Jajuanna Isom says
I love all your recipes!!!!!
I’m making this tonite..
Can you also do this with beef neck bones? Don’t eat pork.
Bert Stevenson says
I love your video. But question..could you forward me the link to the neck bone recipe with the brown gravy and potatoes that you reference earlier. Thanks and continued success.
Hi there! Here is the recipe .
I don’t have a Instapot, I do use my slow cooker and the BBQ neck bone awesome. My daughter loves the neck bone boil. We love your recipes,
Looks amazing! Will try this weekend
Diana MATA says
Looks good. Will try this receipe. Thank you.
Betty Oliver says
I love it
Oh my GRACIOUS, these turned out SO good!! Once it was time to eat, all you heard was SILENCE and bone sucking! hahaha…I’ll be using this recipe over and over!
Great, will certainly try, & you make everything seem attainable!!!
Kennicha H. says
I made this last night for my family… even my picky 10 year old loved it! Very easy and flavorful! Can’t wait to try another recipe of yours 🙂
My family and I can’t get enough of this recipe (and others from your site)!!! Since my mom passed a few years ago there was no one left to cook REAL soul food. Thanks to you I picked up right where she left off. Much love!
Aweeee!! Thanks Kin!
Shari Ann says
First of all, you are a doll. Second, this was soooo good… all is left is a pile of naked bones 🙂
Turquiose Hollmon says
Can I use beef neck bones for this recipe?
Regina C says
I love neckbones, so I’m going to have to give this a try!