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I've used virtually the same recipe for years. Delicious, and it's so quick and easy to serve as a side dish anytime. I substitute maple syrup for the molasses and add a couple drops of liquid smoke.

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PanNan December 14, 2002

I also have made baked beans this way, always using my cast iron skillet and throwing in some Bar BQ sauce and sometimes some fresh garlic minced. (I am a garlic freak....put it in everything!!!) Very good!

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Khrissypoo January 11, 2004

I took a few liberties, but still liked the finished product. I used diced rather than minced onions, omitted the green peppers (we were out), and added plenty of diced bacon, which I sauteed with the onions. I thought it was delicious, but my DH said there was WAY too much onion (he doesn't like onion much) so I will make this again but limit the onion to a few shakes of the instant minced variety. Thanks for a great recipe, MizzNezz!

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JeannaLW July 17, 2007

With no oven for a few days, everything must be done on the stovetop. I found this recipe and am so glad I did. No green peppers for us, but otherwise followed recipe as written. They were so very good. Thank you MizzNezz!

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CindiJ May 20, 2007

Very good, very easy, and a perfect option when it is too hot to heat up the oven on a hot summer day. This made enough to feed at least 12.

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HeatherFeather March 24, 2007
Stove-Top " Baked Beans "