My Hawaiian friend first showed me this recipe, and we've been eating it regularly since!

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Imagine biting into a succulent rib steak that has been sautéed in a syrupy, sugary sauce that has a tropical flavor from a hefty portion of pineapple dice. With these Slow Cooker Hawaiian Ribs, you won't even need a snowstorm in the Midwest to make you feel like you're on a tropical island. When I'm in the mood for something spicy but yet comforting, I adore making these ribs. Plus, what's great? I can get some work done or just kick back and relax while supper is almost ready thanks to the slow cooker.
Fluffy white rice, which soaks up all that wonderful sauce, and steamed broccoli or a refreshing bite from a green salad are my go-to sides to balance off the sweetness of Hawaiian ribs. If you're in the mood for something more decadent, pair your ribs with grilled pineapple slices and a scoop of coconut rice for a tropical feast.

Recipe for Slow Cooker Hawaiian Ribs Makes Four to Six Servings

Two pounds of pork ribs, preferably spare or baby back,
1-1/2 cups pineapple chunks, either fresh or from a can (drain before using the canned kind).
half a cup of barbeque mixture
-one-fourth cup miso paste
- 1/4 cup of brown sugar
- Mince 2 cloves of garlic