Throw Down 3 Beans Baked Recipe

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Throw Down 3 Beans Baked

Barbara Pendley

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@Barbee

Just one more bake bean recipe. You can do a lot with this, depending on what you have on hand or desired personal taste. We always have a big block party at our house every 4th of July and this always is included in our cookout. I did try to check to see in anyone had posted this or anything very close to it, I hope I have not repeated to closely because this is a very tasty dish. Especially when grilling out.


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Rating:

Serves:

A Lot

Prep:

35 Min

Cook:

1 Hr

Ingredients

1 lb
thick sliced bacon, diced
1 large
yellow onion, chopped
1 large
can pork n beans, some of the jucie drained
1 large
can pinto beans, undrained
1 large
can ranch style beans, undrained
1 bottle
12 oz more or less to taste, beer of your choice. i use a light golden wheat beer.
1 or so
other ingredient suggestions in the directions.

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Diced bacon into small pieces and fry until very crisp. Plate and set aside. Now add chopped onions to bacon drippings and fry until slightly golden. Plate with bacon set aside.
2
Pour all 3 beans together in large oven proof suitable dish or pan. You can also use crock pot instead of your oven.
3
Add prepared bacon and onions and mix slightly.
4
Add about 1/2 to 3/4 bottle of beer of choice. Stir well.
5
Cover and cook in 350 degrees perheated oven 1 hour. If using crock pot I usually cook on high for about 3 hours.
6
Note: The first couple of times I made this I followed the receipe as is, before I started adding other ingredients. I really like just as is a lot, but also found I could add brown sugar for a sweeter taste, or some worcestershire sauce is a nice added layer of flavor. Chopped jalapeno peppers or a few shakes of your favorite hot sauce will kick it up a notch. Also the beer will evaporate during the final cooking time.
7
Adjust the amount of beans according to the number of people you are serving, keeping each variety of bean equal to each other.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Side Dishes
Other Tag: Quick & Easy