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Old 07-04-2014, 09:42 PM   #11
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If anything, these lean a little short on the sugar in the final flavor. People regularly say they don't like normal (read Bush's) baked beans because of all of the sweetness, but these they like.

But, like the original post says, depending on the beer/cider you use, you may want to sweeten them up at the end. This batch was left as is and I didn't see any still on plates as they went into the garbage.

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Old 07-04-2014, 10:09 PM   #12
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Thanks for the recipe, jwynia! What kind of beer do YOU usually use when you make this recipe?

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Old 07-04-2014, 10:18 PM   #13
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Most common beer I use is a New Glarus Spotted Cow clone, which is a cream ale, I suppose. It's pretty much my "house" beer.

I do use cider quite often.

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The beans were a hit! I used 2 lbs of canned beans to try to make up for fact that they already absorbed liquid. But, it wasn't very beany. If I had to use canned beans again, I would use at least 3 lbs. I also added a little Chipotle powder to give it some bite. Thanks again for sharing.

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Dried beans aren't that hard to work with. Rinse then soak overnight. Then put it together to cook in the morning.

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Dried beans aren't that hard to work with. Rinse then soak overnight. Then put it together to cook in the morning.
I will probably use dried beans next time. I did this batch in a pinch and didn't have time to soak beans overnight. I should have done a quick google to see how canned beans translates to dried and I would have realized I was way short. I used 2 cans but I probably should have used 4
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That's like this recipe I came up with a week ago & just made today. Italian gravy beans. The recipe is in "what did I cook this weekend". I had 2 cans of light red kidneys, could've used 3. But here's a pic;

Flavor is spot on Italian to me. With light red kidney beans, Stewed tomatoes, Sweet onion, celery, Italian herbs, garlic & Irish red ale, EV Mediterranean olive oil etc. It's thick & damn tasty.

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