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After paying $13.00 for baked beans in a cafe, I decided to make my own. These tasted better than the cafe beans and were a fraction of the price. Great for breakfast or lunch. Also good with ribs at a BBQ. I didn't have any beef and left it out, still was great and very filling.
I added 1/2 lb of sweet Italian sausage, 1 crushed clove of garlic, doubled the amount of ketchup, BBQ sauce, and molasses. Cooked covered in oven @ 275 for 4 hours, stirring every hour. Absolutely fabulous! My book club raved about it. NOTE: Brown bacon first, and put aside. Then brown beef, sausage, garlic and onion, and mix with bacon. Otherwise beef, sausage and onion will burn while you wait for bacon to cook.
My family loved this recipe. I mixed it exactly as written but cooked them in the crockpot and they were a huge hit at the family barbecue. This recipe makes quite a large amount and the small amount leftover were great the next day. I plan to make them again for the upcoming Memorial weekend. Kudos great recipe!
My cousin made these today for a family BBQ and everyone absolutely loved them! He was going home and there was no way he was leaving with leftovers our family polished the dish off! Everyone requested recipe so we pulled out our Ipads making everyone a Happy Easter!
This is my go- to recipe now for "baked beans" I put 2 cups of presoaked dry pinto or bolita beans in to the crockpot on high with some chicken broth, cook them until done, about 4 hours. Then I drain the beans, reserving the liquid to put back as needed. Put the beans back into the crockpot with the seasonings. I omit the white sugar, I double the kechup and BBQ sauce, add about a teaspoon of minced garlic (I like garlic!) Heat for about another hour or so until the flavors blend. Sometimes I omit the bacon and burger. Comes out perfect! Nice sweet-spicey flavor.
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