Baked Beans A Down Home
Favorite in Country Cooking

A Favorite In Down Home Cooking in Easy Recipes With Bacon or Pancetta.. A great choice in side dish recipes for a bring along to any barbecue party or for a great alternative instead of Salad to compliment any of your Main Dish Recipes

Baked Beans a Favorite in Country Cooking, a great alternative to add to any of the choices in Main Dish Recipes. With seven types of beans baked slowly in the oven makes this a tasty pick in side dish recipes. A fabulous winning choice in Easy Recipes to make.

I like to use seven different types of beans, the variety give this a really excellent flavor mix, and when baked slowly, the flavors blend together for a mouth watering tasty favorite. Served with one of your favorites in Main Dish Recipes or with one of the BBQ Recipes this easy choice will please the pickiest of palates, the preparation is easy, it's the waiting to dig into this side dish that's tough part!

Having a Barbecue Party or a get away and spending time with the family? These Baked Beans are great for outdoor cooking. Our little cooking tip is we get out the outdoor grill and stoke up the fire pit and make these the talk of our outdoor cooking experience. With some juicy Hamburgers thrown on the grill, outdoor cooking couldn't get any better!

How about this suggestion? Substitute the Bacon with either Pancetta, Chorizo or another Italian Sausage. Follow the directions for this tasty side dish pick in just switching the choice of cooking meat. That's it, one very easy recipe and so simple to make!

1 pound of Bacon or pancetta, chorizo or cooked Italian Sausage

1 yellow onion, jumbo size, diced or chopped

1 cup white vinegar

1 cup brown sugar

1 tablespoon dried mustard

1 can garbanzo beans or chick peas, 8 oz size - drained

1 can yellow beans, cut or whole, 8 oz size - drained

1 can green beans, cut, 8 oz size - drained

1 can deep browned baked beans, 16 oz size

1 can broad beans, 8 oz size - drained

1 can kidney beans, 8 oz size - drained

1 can lima beans, 8 oz size - drained

Dice Bacon and cook slightly in non stick skillet. If there is little or no fat in pan add 1 tablespoon of olive oil to get that caramelized look.

Add onion and cook over medium heat until onion and bacon is tender and has that caramelized crunchie look.

Drain all the beans of liquid except for the deep browned baked beans.

In a very large casserole dish, add beans and bacon mixture stirring well.

Add vinegar, brown sugar and dried mustard to the bean mixture stirring until well combined.

Bake in preheated oven at 350 F for about 1 1/2 - 2 hours or until desired consistency is reached and beans and sauce is a nice dark rich color.

Makes 10 - 12 servings and is absolutely the best. Enjoy!

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These Baked Beans are a great side dish to add on to any of the of the picks in BBQ Recipes. Great if you have company to an easy make ahead meal. How about the Grilled Pork Chops for a fun in the sun outdoor barbeque.

With a refresher from the Drink Recipes to sip on while enjoying your sunny day, one of the Margarita Recipes would be the pick of choice I would think!

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