Baked Beans, Texas Ranger Recipe
Want to wow everyone at the bar-b-que? Then this is the recipe. This is one of my most requested recipes!
These were great baked beans! I decided to go out of my territory and try a different and new recipe other than my usual. This was a nice change but I dont think it will be replacing our favorite. But it will definitely be made again! Like a lot of others have said, it was very soupy. I like my baked beans a little soupy, but this was too much. So I added a drained small can of pork and beans to it to help the consistency. We also like our baked beans sweet so I added a little more brown sugar. I used cider vinegar as well and a little less than called for. I cooked these low and slow in the crockpot for several hours, then right before serving put them in a 400 degree oven to get them nice and bubbly for about 30 minutes. These made a nice spicy baked bean. Very good and different! Thanks for the recipe! UPDATE: Ive made these a second time but without the sausage since I was serving it along side of pork ribs. I didnt put them in the slow cooker this time but baked them. I baked them for abou
hi folks...just wanted to let you know that i use a large can of pork and beans plain without extra added seasonings....drain some of the liquid off so they're not too watery...enjoy this recipe...everyone i know does!
This recipe was absolutely delicious! I really did wow people at my barbeque. Everyone at the barbeque was falling all over this dish, and asking for the recipe. The only complaint that I received was that I didn't make enough for everyone to have second or thirds! I did leave out the pork sausage and bell peppers, however, so maybe it would be even better with these two pieces. But the combination of chili powder, Worcheshire sauce, and garlic power was key to the spicy, sassy taste. BEST BAKED BEAN recipe ever!!!!!!
I made this recipe just yesterday for a cookout for 30 people. I was bombarded with requests for the recipe! These are, by far, the best baked beans I've ever had in my life, bar none. Absolutely dynamite!
I thought this was just ok. For my tastes, it was too sweet - but the rest of my family liked it. They'd give the recipe a 4-star rating. If I were to change anything, I'd use more beans and less brown sugar and maybe a little more worcestershire sauce. The onion, bell pepper and sausage were a good addition.
Wonderful recipe, even the kids loved this dish. I'd add another can of beans next time I make it, though.
This recipe for Boston baked beans uses navy beans, molasses, brown sugar, and ketchup to create a wonderful old-fashioned baked bean flavor.