Maple Onion Baked Beans

"The secret ingredient in this recipe is the 1 envelope of dried onion soup mix (from a 2.0oz box). My mom gave me this recipe with molasses in it, but I omitted that and added maple syrup. This is a tried and true recipe that has been enjoyed for decades."
 
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Maple Onion Baked Beans created by Bonnie G 2
Ready In:
6hrs
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Wash beans, cover and soak overnight. Drain and combine with 6 cups water.
  • Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer 40 minutes until tender.
  • Pre-heat oven to 300 degrees.
  • Drain beans, reserving 1 1/2 cups liquid.
  • Place beans in bean pot, mix in onion soup mix, maple syrup, mustard, brown sugar and bean liquid.
  • Place cut up salt pork in center of beans if desired. (Omit for vegetarian beans).
  • Bake covered for 5 hours. Stir every hour and add more water if necessary.

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  1. Nicola Leeja
    Wonderful. I added some molasses, that's it. I put portions in ziplocks and froze them in serving portions that I defrosted and served as wanted.
     
  2. Bonnie G #2
    Maple Onion Baked Beans Created by Bonnie G #2
  3. Bonnie G #2
    Made this for a family bar-b-q when I wanted a baked bean that was a little differant and this was it. The maple syrup gave it that extra something I was looking for. I used maple bacon as I didn't have salt pork and did add a teaspoon of liquid smoke - YUM!!! This was enjoyed by all, thanks Kelbel for posting.
     
  4. Marsha D.
    Delicious recipe! The maple syrup really gives a nice flavor. I used a ham hock while I cooked the beans. I did cook the beans longer than 40 minutes since I had the ham hock in with them and cut the baking down to 3 1/2 hours, also added 1 more Tbs of brown sugar for more sweetness. Made for the cook-a-thron in memory of Kelbels Dh Eric.
     
  5. Pimienta
    Very good. I didn't use the salt pork since it was optional and I didn't know what it was or where to find it. The beans were flavorful without it but I imagine the pork would add something extra to the dish.
     

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