Perfect Baked Beans

This recipe is so easy to put together. I use the canned beans instead of the dried beans in order to remove the step of soaking and boiling the beans. Also, in this recipe, I use sautéed bacon that is drained so the fat content is cut down extremely from the traditional salt pork. Enjoy with bacon and eggs or as a tasty side for BBQ ribs!

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6hrs 20mins
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  • Strain and rinse beans and add to large dutch oven.
  • Sauté bacon until crispy and then place on a plate with paper towel to soak up the fat.
  • Add cooked bacon and onion to beans in kettle.
  • Combine other ingredients in separate bowl. Stir until smooth and then cover the bean mixture. Stir gently.
  • Add water to the pot to just cover the beans.
  • Bake at 300°F for 4-6 hours stirring occasionally. More water may need to be added along the way.
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"This recipe is so easy to put together. I use the canned beans instead of the dried beans in order to remove the step of soaking and boiling the beans. Also, in this recipe, I use sautéed bacon that is drained so the fat content is cut down extremely from the traditional salt pork. Enjoy with bacon and eggs or as a tasty side for BBQ ribs!"

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  1. laurareybroek
    This recipe is so easy to put together. I use the canned beans instead of the dried beans in order to remove the step of soaking and boiling the beans. Also, in this recipe, I use sautéed bacon that is drained so the fat content is cut down extremely from the traditional salt pork. Enjoy with bacon and eggs or as a tasty side for BBQ ribs!
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