Recipe by Daphne Esparza
"Want to wow everyone at the bar-b-que? Then this is the recipe. This is one of my most requested recipes!"
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1 (28 ounce) can
baked beans with pork
medium onion, diced
bell pepper, diced
spicy pork sausage, cut into chunks
packed brown sugar
salt to taste
I made this recipe today for the first time and it was a huge hit. I used 3 cans of Bush Country Style beans drained and 3 T. apple cider vinegar, 3 T. chili powder, 7 T. Worcestershire sauce, 9 pork sausage links, 3 t. garlic, one large onion, 1 c. brown sugar and 1 c ketchup. I didn't use any bell pepper, salt or cayenne pepper. I will make this dish again and again.
this recipe is almost the recipe that i make..i use a bigger can of beans just the plain kind and drain them..i only use about a tablespoon of vinegar and a tablespoon of worcestershire and 2 teaspoons of chili powder and don't use garlic powder at all. i uncover the last 30 minutes and it thickens the beans...hope this is helpful..daphne
hi folks...just wanted to let you know that i use a large can of pork and beans plain without extra added seasonings....drain some of the liquid off so they're not too watery...enjoy this recipe...everyone i know does!
I have made baked beans my whole life and this is by far the BEST recipe and very easy to make. I used Bush's maple baked beans and this was a huge hit at my reunion potluck. Be sure to try this one!!!!!!
This recipe has been a fail-safe one for baked beans with a little kick at all my BBQs! I put it in the crockpot on low for 4 hours instead of baking it in the oven, but the end result is always a fiery good one!
I made this recipe just yesterday for a cookout for 30 people. I was bombarded with requests for the recipe! These are, by far, the best baked beans I've ever had in my life, bar none. Absolutely dynamite!
I loved this bean recipe and so did the people I served it to. This is a keeper. Thanks.
I thought this was just ok. For my tastes, it was too sweet - but the rest of my family liked it. They'd give the recipe a 4-star rating. If I were to change anything, I'd use more beans and less brown sugar and maybe a little more worcestershire sauce. The onion, bell pepper and sausage were a good addition.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Beans, Texas Ranger
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 55
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