Baked Bean Recipes
I came up with this recipe after having made some bourbon baked beans and seeing a recipe for cola baked beans and I thought: Why not combine the two?
My step mom gave me this tasty recipe when I was lamenting over what to bring to a barbecue. I've taken this dish to several parties and there's NEVER been any left over!
These baked beans made in the slow cooker are slightly sweet and tangy, with a smoky, meaty flavor that everyone will love. The best part? They're very easy to make.
Don't let the title or ingredients scare you away from this recipe. These are the greatest baked beans I have ever had. This recipe came from my oldest daughter's sister-in-law's father. Great for BBQs. I never have any leftovers. I hope you like them and leave your feedback.
These baked beans are made with Korean BBQ sauce and cooked long enough under pressure, with bacon, to develop a lovely smoky flavor.
Learn how easy it is to make a fragrant, deeply flavored, soul-satisfying pot of sweet and savory goodness that'll stand proudly next to any barbeque or picnic dish on your summer menu. Heck, your homemade baked beans might even steal the whole show. I'll show you how to make baked beans from scratch, with an optional shortcut that will save you a little time.
I used to believe the best baked beans came from Boston or Texas, but ever since I discovered this very hearty giant bean casserole, I have to give it to the Greeks. 'Big Fat' refers not only to size of the beans, but also to the huge flavor of this dish. Use the largest beans you can find: Gigante beans are the best, but Corona and lima beans also work great. Serve alongside grilled meat or simply with extra feta for a great vegetarian main.