Dutch's Wicked Beans w/qview!

Discussion in 'Side Items' started by jjrokkett, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. jjrokkett

    jjrokkett Meat Mopper

    So I just had to try Dutch's Wicked Beans with a few minor changes. This was only a 1/2 batch....

    Started with my canned baked beans, canned pineapple, bacon, ketchup, brown sugar, onions, bell pepper, jalapeno, dried mustard. I actually did not add the brown sugar since my canned beans have alot sugar in them already. Not pictured was the BBQ sauce that I added as well - I just split the recipe with the ketchup.

    Ready for the smoker

    And finished....smoked with a chuck roast (I'll post in the Beef section) for about 3 hours with mesquite.

    Turned out good. I liked them as far as sweetness but the wife said she wanted more sweetness. (Go figure - Like I'm not sweet enough! [​IMG]) lol

    Thanks for checking out the pic's - Thanks Dutch for the recipe. I will post my Kitchen Beans recipe sometime soon which is a real "meaty" version of baked beans - It's not so much a side dish as the "main dish".
  2. blacklab

    blacklab Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    The fam and I love the wicked ones [​IMG] great job
  3. werdwolf

    werdwolf Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    I couldn't find the post, but this was from before the Great Crash.

    I don't like them quite as sweet either.

    Jarod's "Brutal Baked Beans"
    ( dont need no sweet with my meat! )

    6 strips of bacon cut into 1" pieces
    1/2 large onion minced
    1 jalapeno pepper diced (not seeded)
    1/2 cup mushrooms diced (I used portabellas)
    1/4 cup roasted red bell peppers chopped (the kind in the jar work fine)
    1/4 cup sun dried tomatoes chopped (also from a jar)
    1 - 28 ounce can Bushes Baked Beans
    1 Tbs dry mustard
    salt and pepper to taste

    Fry bacon over medium high heat till crisp. Do not remove bacon. Add minced onions and continue to cook till onions are nearly transparent stirring constantly. Lower heat to medium low and add mushrooms and jalapeno. Saute for two minutes and remove from heat.

    Add this mixture and all remaining ingrediants to a large bowl and mix well.
    Transfer to aluminum baking pan.

    Place in 220-250 degree smoker for 2 1/2 - 3 hours or untill beans reach 160 degrees. These savory (not too sweet) beans can take a lot of smoke. I used pecan.
  4. waysideranch

    waysideranch Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Look like some b** beans to me. Nice job.

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