Sweet Heat Baked Beans
Sweet Heat Baked Beans are sure to be a hit at your next barbecue or family gathering.
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Weber Kettle Grill or Smoker
aluminum or metal 1/2 pan
spatula, knife, measuring cups and spoon
smoked, ¼” dice
1 #10 can
Baked Beans, Bush’s, Original
Light Brown Sugar
Sweet Heat BBQ Sauce
critical ingredient to tasting just right
Course Kosher Salt
Scale all ingredients and have ready before beginning the recipe.
Cook onions until soft (not caramelized) using a small amount of peanut oil. Turn off heat.
Cook bacon until fat has rendered, careful not to make it overly crispy.
Smoke or grill jalapenos until skin in wilted and a dull green color. Deseed and dice.
Place all ingredients in pan and mix with spatula.
Place on grill or smoker on the indirect heat side. Use oak or hickory wood for smoke.
Cook at 225-275º for a few hours, stirring when you see visual evidence of smoke setting on beans.
Always cool product to 40º within 4 hours of removing from the heat source, if using for the next day for your family gathering. Reheat to 165.
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