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Baked beans combine with apples and bacon for a great side or main dish.
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Today is Bing day. In fact I heard somebody a while ago kidding around they were saying Paladin the bean queen and I’m going to start with an old traditional dish baked beans. So we’re going to start with two cans of Boston baked beans. They’ve called Boston baked beans because the recipe came out of Boston.
We’ve got our beans in here and we’re going to add some diced onion, some brown sugar, some mustard. Now the surprise ingredient in this recipe is a Granny Smith apple and the reason I’m using a Granny Smith is they’ll hold their shape has a wonderful texture to it.
Now here on this next step you can add bacon fat or you can just put your bacon on top of your beans and I think that’s what I’m going to do because I love bacon. All right I’ve got my casserole dish here and I just want to spray your pan. So all we going to do is dump our beans into our casserole dish and we’re going to tap it with our bacon just like this then they’ll look delicious. Now if you wanted to you could take the scissors and snip your bacon in the bite size pieces so that everybody would get their own little piece of bacon but I want to show you another way that I like to bake this and I’ve got a little individual bean pot. So I think I’m going to just take some of this out and fill this up and I think I’m going to just still a little piece of bacon because I want to show you how this come out in the little bean pot. There’s 350 for about 40-45 minutes. Okay in the oven and I’ll just love bake beans.