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Stove Top Bean Bake

Stove Top Bean Bake created by Crafty Lady 13

Another variation on a theme - I have adapted this to my taste and it is now a one pot dish which is always a bonus !! Any combo of tinned beans can be used here successfully and sugar and syrup can be increased or decreased according to taste.

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  • Cook bacon and onion over low heat till bacon is crispy and onion is tender in big pot.
  • Stir in all other ingredients.
  • Simmer on stove top for 20-30 minutes till sauce is thickened, stirring often.
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"Another variation on a theme - I have adapted this to my taste and it is now a one pot dish which is always a bonus !! Any combo of tinned beans can be used here successfully and sugar and syrup can be increased or decreased according to taste."
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  1. Crafty Lady 13
    Stove Top Bean Bake Created by Crafty Lady 13
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  2. Crafty Lady 13
    This was a quick and easy way to have baked beans without having to use your oven. I made this exactly as written, except that I had to substitute navy beans for soy beans (I couldn't find canned soy beans at the store). I really liked the taste of the maple syrup in this dish, but the tomato puree and tomato paste gave it to tomatoey of a taste. I think next time I am going to substitute ketchup for either the puree or the paste and add some ground mustard. Made for April, 2009 Aussie/NZ Swap.
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  3. Crafty Lady 13
    This was a quick and easy way to have baked beans without having to use your oven. I made this exactly as written, except that I had to substitute navy beans for soy beans (I couldn't find canned soy beans at the store). I really liked the taste of the maple syrup in this dish, but the tomato puree and tomato paste gave it to tomatoey of a taste. I think next time I am going to substitute ketchup for either the puree or the paste and add some ground mustard. Made for April, 2009 Aussie/NZ Swap.
    Reply
  4. katew
    Another variation on a theme - I have adapted this to my taste and it is now a one pot dish which is always a bonus !! Any combo of tinned beans can be used here successfully and sugar and syrup can be increased or decreased according to taste.
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