Boston Baked Beans
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + soaking Cook: 10 hours
I wanted a good Boston Baked Beans recipe for this Fourth of July, but this one is a huge disappointment. I have to agree with the other reviewers who said that the cooking time is way off, the sauce is too thin, and the flavor is not worth all of the effort. I will keep looking for "the Boston Baked Beans" recipe because this one is not it.
The flavor was good but the sauce was a lot thinner that it should have been. The cooking time is way off, after 16 hours in the slow cooker I finished them off with 30 minutes in the pressure cooker,
I soaked my beans overnight and then cooked them in the IP for 60 minutes before adding all of the other ingredients. I only slow cooked them for half the time. This was an okay recipe; however, some of the family tasted them early on and asked me to put in some BBQ sauce to sauce them up some which I did.
Didn't change a thing on the recipe and these are the best baked beans. I have made these a few times now and they always come out so good.
This is a great recipe flavor wise but after reading the reviews and re-reading the directions. I realized the salt and "salt" pork are added in the beginning of cooking the beans per the recipe. This, by my own trial and error, I have found is a mistake one does NOT want to make when cooking dried beans!! For those that have had difficulty with this (or any other recipe) while cooking off beans, WAIT to add salt or salt-pork/bacon till the beans are fully cooked to your liking!!!!!! Then add your cooked salt-pork/bacon (let that blend for a while), taste, then add salt to taste...Hope this helps! Enjoy!!
I would have made a little more sauce for these and also maybe not cooked the bacon all the way before putting it into the crock pot. The bacon was overcooked by the time the beans were done. Good recipe!
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great recipe, beans are even better the next day, cook beans on high for a few hours however to be sure they get cooked well, once beans start getting saucy and brown then cut to low for several more hours
Followed directions to the "T". "Half-baked beans" after 14 hours in the crock pot! (Just a note that my crock pot works fine). I now have them in the oven hoping they will soften up. I was to take them to work tomorrow for a pot-luck. What a disappointment!
Due to time constraints, instead of using dried beans I used four cans of pork and beans (drained), mixed all ingredients in a 13x9 dish, and baked at 350 for one hour. My family loved them. They tasted just as good the next day, even cold from the fridge! This is definitely my new go-to recipe for baked beans.