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Discussion in 'Side Items' started by markuk, May 15, 2013.
Any simple thing I can do to tinned Baked Beans to "Spice em up" please
I freeze my leftover rib meat for use in beans later and them toss everything in a shallow pan then into the smoker at 225-250 for a couple hours. Stir every 15-30 minutes to spread the smokey goodness through all the beans.
Hi Mark. Here is a link to my almost famous Wicked Baked Bean recipe.
If you have any questions about it, let me know.
did that fine thank you - had to change it around a bit - used bacon substitute and smoked pap and cayenne pepper so my veggie wife could partake
turned out great see pic
Thanks so much
These look awesome Dutch I have the recipe printed out and will try very soon. I'll let you know what the critics (My family) think.
Dutch's baked beans are the best ever!!! We love them at our house.
BTW...what the HELL is a bacon substitute?!? Next time split the batches...put meat in one and tofu in the other.
My fiancee' is a converted veggie eater. She hadn't had meat for 20 years until she met me. One smoked reverse seared burger I made for her and now the only thing she wont eat is pork. I did catch her eating some of my homemade bacon the other day...
Mark. Next time you do Ribs or Butt , take to juices in the foil after resting and save it for a pot of beand...then go any direction you want. Is that still Vegetarian???
I had an Old Lady that was a Vegan , told her I was tired of her Rabbit food and curddled Soy bean paste and LEFT. Never felt better.
One simple thing you can do as well is to take some spicy ground sausage, brown it in a skillet, and add it to your baked beans. Warm it all together and "bam".
Another thing I do is I take the above version of baked beans and I put the pan on the smoker, if I'm smoking something already, and let it warm there for a couple of hours. The smoke will settle in your beans and add a great smoke flavor.....authentic baked beans!!