4 Reviews

I'll try this recipe. Now retired, I can easily spare the time to make it from scratch. I will use two large crushed garlic wedges inplace of garlic powder and will boil/then turn down for 1 1/2 hours.

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l745hauck April 29, 2015

I made half the recipe. Added a dash of Worcestershire, used regular mustard, sautéed half a small onion in a bit of canola before adding everything else. Used 1 can of kidney beans, butter beans (both drained and rinsed) and a small can of Campbell's pork and beans, un-drained, and simmered on stove for about 1 ½ hours, the last hour with the lid partially off or completely off to reduce the liquid, stirring frequently. Very good and different take on baked beans. You wouldn?t have guessed the bourbon or coffee were there, but the molasses and pineapple came subtly through. I diced into tiny bits about a cup or more of fresh pineapple I had in the fridge instead of canned, but either would work.

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AustinCFos July 05, 2014

I enjoyed these very flavorful beans! I did use a vadalia onion, pinch of red pepper flakes and 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin. I did add one more can of beans because there was plenty of liquid. I did cook stove top for 3 hours under a low flame.

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Rita~ June 02, 2006

No wonder you get raves on these beans they really are delicious. I cut the recipe back to 1 can with no problem. The pineapple & coffee are like secret ingredients that make a big difference to the overall flavor - Don't change a thing except perhaps watch the cooking time. I did them stove top and the brand of beans I used were perhaps a bit softer so 1 1/2 hours was all it needed. Pokey you can bring these to my BBQ's anytime - thanks for posting

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Bergy April 25, 2006
Bourbon Baked Beans