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Discussion in 'Fruit, Nuts & Vegetables' started by jjrd, Oct 26, 2010.
Is there a recipe or technique for smoking baked beans?
Welcome to SMF glad you joined us. Check out this Wiki Link for some great beans
Thanks I saw this one. We are not pepper fans. Are there any others?
Leave the pepper out, I do.
Here's another one
Best thing to ever come outta Dutch's head, his bean recipe! I use his basic "principle", but vary it quite a bit...but it's still Dutchs'. Add mushrooms, smoked sausage, crushed pineapple, cayenne to taste and no jalap/mustard, bbq sauce not ketchup. Use your mind to add to Dutchs'. It's a great base, imho.
Dutch's beans are great! I made them for the first time last week, for a mixed crowd, so I left the japs out. Left the dry mustard in, and they were the perfect heat for the group. If I were making them for me only, I'd keep the japs in, but the kids and MIL don't like the heat.
Next time I do them (whenever I fire up the smoker again, lol) I'm going to sub the ketchup for BBQ sauce, either 1/2 and 1/2 or all of it. The beans are great though. I was a little hesitant with the pineapple in the beans, but they were wonderful! If I want a little more sweetness, I'm thinking I may try pouring that syrup they come in in their with them.
Anyways, take Dutch's idea, modify it to your liking, and then share with us!
Here's a different one but it also has peppers in it. You could just leave them out and there's so much stuff in our's that you shouldn't miss them
When doing beans I usually do two batches of Dutch's Wicked Baked Beans one just like the recipe says and the second one I leave out the japs and cut the mustard in half and give people a choice spicy or not. If they aren't all gone after everybody is gone I mix the two and am very happy I get to have leftover beans
The wicked baked bean recipe is the best. Leave the peppers out. I will be making another batch for work next week.