Smoky Beans

"Everytime a get together is planned, guess what I get asked to bring (AGAIN!)? This is a great dish for potlucks - feeds a crowd. Adapted from one of the first Taste of Home magazines."
 
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Smoky Beans created by True Texas
Ready In:
1hr 5mins
Ingredients:
11
Serves:
30
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ingredients

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directions

  • In frying pan, cook bacon until crisp, drain, reserving one tablespoon of drippings.
  • Set bacon aside.
  • In drippings, saute onion until tender.
  • In a large bowl, combine all beans, sausage, bacon& onion.
  • Combine remaining ingredients and add to bean mixture, mixing well.
  • Pour into large baking dish.
  • Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 50 minutes.

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  1. Vina7737
    This was a HUGE hit at my daughter's party this summer and I'm sorry it's taken me so long to review the recipe. I made them vegetarian by using no meat baked beans and omitting the bacon and sausage. I did add a Tbl of Tabasco Chipotle Sauce to make up for the lost smokiness. I also used black-eyed peas and black beans instead of the kidney and butter beans, just because I like their textures better. I've taken to keeping all of these ingredients on hand, for future large group gatherings.....they are sooooo good! Thank you for such a wonderful and versatile recipe!
     
  2. Vina7737
    This was a HUGE hit at my daughter's party this summer and I'm sorry it's taken me so long to review the recipe. I made them vegetarian by using no meat baked beans and omitting the bacon and sausage. I did add a Tbl of Tabasco Chipotle Sauce to make up for the lost smokiness. I also used black-eyed peas and black beans instead of the kidney and butter beans, just because I like their textures better. I've taken to keeping all of these ingredients on hand, for future large group gatherings.....they are sooooo good! Thank you for such a wonderful and versatile recipe!
     
  3. True Texas
    Makes a huge pot of wonderful smokey flavored beans. They do have a sweet taste, but no at all too sweet for my taste. I love these beans. I'm serving them with cornbead and fried "taters".
     
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    Smoky Beans Created by True Texas
  5. tara portee
    I enjoyed the three different type of beans and I really liked the addition of the little smokies. It was a little too sweet for me, so If I were to try it again I would cut back on the sugar. Thanks for giving me a change of routine on the typical baked beans.
     

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