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LOOKING for: 'Doctored' Three Bean Salad?

Posted by dave_in_virginia (My Page) on
Mon, May 31, 10 at 8:45

A friend overheard some nurses outside her hospital room discussing some recipes that started with a jar of three-bean salad and added black beans, maybe ketchup, and even some ground beef to make a baked bean recipe. Soon after, she went into surgery and was never able to follow up and ask about it. We have searched online and found no mention of such a dish. Has anyone heard of this before? Thanks.


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RE: LOOKING for: 'Doctored' Three Bean Salad?

Could she have meant something like cowboy beans or calico beans? I have never used a jar of 3 bean salad, but instead cans of 3 or 4 different types of beans (navy, butter, kidney, black, and then a can of pork & beans). I add ketchup, sauteed ground beef, cooked bacon, and brown sugar. A 3 bean salad is marinated with vinegar and sugar, but maybe that's what she uses instead of plain beans.


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