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Snyderwagon
« on: September 01, 2007 03:07:42 PM »

Easily goes vegetarian without the bacon. But why would you ever not put bacon in something? I just did this tonight, it turned out great. Sweet and a bit smokey, sort of like B&M brand beans, which are my favorite brand.




I chopped four strips of smoked bacon from Hartrich's butcher in Illinois  Smiley
Fried that in my cast iron skillet.

Poured in a can of pink goya beans.


Made a sauce of (this is very similar to how I make bbq):
Ketchup - maybe 6 T
apple butter - maybe 4 T
about 3T brown sugar
a couple glops of maple syrup
liquid smoke
cloves
garlic powder
black pepper
dash worcestershire
kosher salt
Some water
...and poured it over the beans.

Simmered that slop for about 15 minutes. Yums.
« Last Edit: September 01, 2007 03:08:52 PM by Snyderwagon » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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