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RECIPE: New England Baked Beans

Posted by pink_warm_mama_1 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 2, 12 at 10:44

Have read all of the many great recipes for Baked Beans, but have no way of knowing which recipe is considered true New England Baked Beans. Any help is appreciated.

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RE: RECIPE: New England Baked Beans

My sister lives in NY and they go to Maine every year....Here is a recipe she got there"

Patti's Baked Beans
Date: Friday, May 18, 2007 1:03 PM

1 small pk dried Navy beans
1/2# bacon or ham
1med onion, chopped
1/2c brown sugar
1c maple syrup
2T dry mustard
1/2tsp pepper
2tsp salt
2c boiling water
Soak beans overnight and pre-cook. Line bottom of bean
pot with half of ham, all of onion and beans. Mix remaining
ingredients together and pour over beans to cover. Top with
remaining ham. Bake covered at 350� for 5-6 hours adding more
liquid as necessary.

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