5 Reviews

YUM! Does taste a lot like our local beans!!! I did make a few changes: used only 1 cup maple syrup (it's SO expensive nowadays) and 1 cup molasses (blackstrap). I used canola oil for the fat & vegetable broth instead of water (so I didn't need to add salt). Finally, I omitted the onion because I only had garlic tomato paste, which I doubled (I also didn't feel like taking out the knife and board, I just threw everything in the pot). Merci Boomette!!!

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Geniale Genie November 24, 2009

French people know how to make beans. This is the recipe to try.

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MissLadybug November 11, 2009

GREAT !! The only change I made was decrease the mustard powder to 1 tablespoon . This worked out great. Very good recipe. Made for Holiday tag.

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weekend cooker October 05, 2008

well I did quite a few changes to these beans, I did not have to cook mine overnight as I increased the heat, I also added in some fresh garlic and cayenne pepper, used cooked thick-style bacon for the pork fat, thanks for sharing Booms we enjoyed this!

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Kittencal@recipezazz July 26, 2008

This turned out great, although I did make a few changes. I soaked the beans overnight, draining the next morning. I put the beans and the rest of the ingredients in a crockpot and cooked on high for about 12 hours. I took it to a church potluck and everyone enjoyed. Thanks France! Made for ZWT4-Canada Crockpot Challenge.

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Sharon123 June 22, 2008
Maple Beans from Quebec