Recipe by Wing-Man
I know it is a mouth full, but I looked at other recipes and none were actually smoked in a smoker, just in an indoor oven with liquid smoke. In 1997 I had some Cowboy beans and have not been able to find anything close till now. This recipe must be cooked in a smoker capable of burning wood. This is a link to the sauce I use http://www.recipezaar.com/16575 - I used 2 - 55 ounce cans of beans
- 110 ounces canned pork and beans in tomato sauce
- 1 white onion, chopped (or yellow)
- 2 cups sweet barbecue sauce
- 1⁄2 lb beef brisket, diced (smoked and cooked)
- 3 ounces wood chips (hickory or mesquite)
Directions See How It's Made
- Open beans and drain off excess fluid from top of beans, do not drain or rinse.
- In a large mixing bowl add beans, onions, sauce and brisket and stir until well blended.
- Find a large baking dish that will fit inside smoker or you may use 2 smaller dishes.
- Pour mixture into a glass baking dish and place in smoker oven.
- Add wood chips to smoker and cook for 2 hours @ 225 degrees.
- Remove, STIR WELL and serve hot.
- You may substitute pork or ground beef.