A quick and easy recipe for smokey, tangy-sweet baked beans to accompany anything smoked. Designed to be smoked in a smoker, Hey you got the smoker fired up anyway, why not throw on some beans. While not my original recipe, this recipe has received hundereds of rave reviews.
- 1⁄2 lb bacon (cut into 1/2-inch squares)
- 1⁄2 medium onion, diced
- 1⁄2 green bell pepper, diced
- 1 -2 jalapeno, diced (seeding is optional depending on desired heat)
- 1 (55 ounce) canbush's original baked beans or 1 (55 ounce) canbush's maple baked beans
- 8 ounces canned crushed pineapple, drained
- 1 cup dark brown sugar, firmly packed
- 1 cup ketchup
- 1⁄2 tablespoon ground dry mustard
- Crisp bacon in a skillet, remove, leaving grease in skillet.
- Saute' bell pepper, jalapeno,and onion until tender.
- Combine all ingredients. If mixture looks drier than desired, add additional ketchup.
- Pour into a 12x9 aluminum baking pan, or deep 9x9.(We like to use disposables).
- Smoke @ 225*-250* for 2 1/2 hours uncovered.
- Remove to oven and bake 1 hour @ 350*, or until beans reach a temp of 160*.
- Note: Between the peppers and the mustard, these beans are on the warm side. If desired, adjust the heat up or down with peppers, and mustard.
These were SO good & different! Our first "experiment" on our new smoker, and they turned out great! I only used 1 jalapeno and removed the seeds, next time I think I'll keep the seeds and go with 2, as I didn't really taste the jalapeno, and I like heat! Thanks for posting!
Excellent recipe! I've made these for my family and friends several times. It's now a staple when barbecuing a Boston Butt. I've messed with the jalapeño addition to get the right amount of heat. We like using two peppers,but only using the seeds from one of them. I use the large Big Green Egg with a chunk of oak for smoking.
These beans are the best! I also like to use the leftovers as a cold dip for potato chips.