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Unread 11-08-2011, 11:02 AM   #1
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i want the thick baked beans coming from my kitchen as I get from the restaurants. Can anyone give me any ideas or recipe that would help me make a thick, hardy baked bean dish to go along with my que and cornbread? Thank you
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Start with a decent canned bean that you like, drain 1/2 the liquid f rom the can, add chopped onion, chopped green pepper (if you like), chopped brisket or pork, brown sugar and then cook low and slow stirring frequently until hot and the right consistency. Works every time.....
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My favorites..
in a skillet and spruce them up with some chopped up Jalapenos or Chipotles in Adobo sauce..
oops forgot to say..
add 1/2 cup of french fried onions and 1/2 cup of Real Bacon bits...





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I agree with the cooking for a long time. Canned beans are a good starting point. Add your other stuff. Then cook low and slow and get rid of the liquid.
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I would say these definitely! Keri C's hog apple baked beans
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...07&postcount=9
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Do a search here for Keri's Hog Apple beans. Best ever!
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I love making these beans on my weber grill. 1st time I made them I cooked the too long and they turned out real thick.

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Drain a fair bit of liquid.

Key thing is smoke them long enough and the liquid will tend to thicken. The smoke flavor is something that makes them a hit, whatever recipe you use.
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I would say these definitely! Keri C's hog apple baked beans
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Another vote for Keri's. I made some this past weekend along with cornish hens for the LSU game. Everyone wanted the bean recipe.
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Another vote for Keri C's. Best damn beans I've ever made, hands down.
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I like to mash up about 10% of the beans and stir... this seems to help thicken the liquid.
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i want the thick baked beans coming from my kitchen as I get from the restaurants. Can anyone give me any ideas or recipe that would help me make a thick, hardy baked bean dish to go along with my que and cornbread? Thank you

Other than soaking and cooking the dried beans yourself..

I use "GRANDMA BROWNS BAKED BEANS" which are only cooked white northern beans, no sweetners or additives. They plop out as a solid block, add your pork, bacon, spices, and sweetners to your taste..

I used to boil 10 qt ducth ovens of these and then finish them in the grill or smoker until I found these. I get them from "Wegmans" a grocery strore in NY, PA, NJ, and Ohio. I used to order cases and pick them up in Corning, NY, but now I can get cases locally.

They come in 32 oz and #10 cans as well as smaller cans.
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How thick do you want them?

My mom has a recipe that comes out like mashed potatoes. It is that thick. It is good, but quite sweet. It is definitely closer to Boston baked beans than BBQ beans, and is definitely not Southern beans.

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Here is my go to baked bean recipie. Absoultely the best I've ever had.

1/2 lb hot ground sausage browned
1 lagre Vidalia onion chopped willted in the grease from sausage
2 (16oz) cans pork and beans
2 (15oz) cans black beans rinsed
1/2 cup dark brown sugar, 1/2 bbq sauce, 1/3 cup ketchup,1/4 cup mustard
1/4 cup molases, 2 tsp chili powder mix in deep foil pan lay bacon on to and bake
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Yet another vote for Keri's hog apple baked beans. How can you go wrong with sautéed onions in bacon grease as part of the recipe?
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