How many kinds of baked beans do you like? Me? I have several kinds that make me happy. I already posted one of my two favorites that tend to be on the sweet side. Those were my Aunt Doris’ recipe and they take awhile to bake since they are from scratch.
These Buttery Baked Beans are savory and buttery and studded with bits of ground beef and seasonings, these beans are just perfect in their own way. They start from a can, so they are quick and easy to make and one of my very favorite things in the whole world. Weird, right? Try them. Just see…
I begin by browning 1/2 of a lb. of ground beef in a big pan or pot. Sprinkle it with seasoned salt — about 1 tsp. Drain the grease.
To the hot pot, add in 2 cans of Bush’s Country Style Baked Beans (28 oz.), drain the juice off of one can first,
and 1/4 c. (4 T. of butter).
Keep the stovetop temperature on low, put the lid on, and let these babies simmer their little bean selves for at least a half an hour, stirring occasionally.
Mmmm…I’m drooling. I seriously need to go make some beans…
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