Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 hr
Back in the days when I was cooking a lot with wine & mixers & cordials, etc, I squirreled away my version of baked beans. Today it resurfaced, & here it is! I usually use a version of B&M baked beans. The onion soup mix is 1/2 of a 1-oz envelope.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- At an angle, cut weiners into 1/2" slices.
- In a bowl, mix 1/2 of the weiner slices, beans, soup mix, sugar, water, mustard, catsup & curacao together and pour into a baking dish.
- Arrange the rest of the weiner slices on top of the beans & push them down slightly, making them even with the top of the beans.
- Bake for 60 minutes & enjoy!
A nice recipe for a cool night. I also used Grand Marnier and thought the flavor was light, but just right. Enough that it was not overpowering. Very easy to throw together on a cool night. A nice change for baked beans. Great dish !! Made for Zaar Stars.
This was very nice and I enjoyed it a lot. I used Ball Park hot dogs, Bush's baked beans, and orange juice instead of the Curacao. There isnt an overwhelming orange flavor but just enough that you wander what new flavor has been added. Easy meal to put together and very tasty! Thank you Syd for another great recipe. Made and reviewed for the Holiday Tag Game.
I, too, used Grand Marnier and good old Ball Parks but this dish was a tad too sweet for us. Will adjust and make again because this was a quick 'n easy weekday meal. Thanks for sharing Mike, made for PRMR