Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Baked Bean Casserole-A Trisha Yearwood Recipe

If you've been reading Pig In Mud for a while you know I love beans! As soon as I saw the words "bean" and "casserole" in the July 2013 Issue of Better Homes and Gardens I knew I'd have to try this recipe. The fact that Garth Brooks likes it didn't hurt either:@) I've had hot dogs with baked beans plenty of times, adding hamburger was new to me and I really like it!
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These are very tasty beans and perfect for folks that don't like them spicy hot, I wouldn't hesitate to make them for a crowd. Personally I'd use jalapeno and maybe a little cayenne the next time. If you're having a BBQ, they would be perfect to make on the grill. This recipe can easily be cut in half, and half fit nicely into my 8" cast iron skillet. Gotta tell ya, they're great slathered on a hamburger bun too:@)

Baked Bean Casserole-from Trisha Yearwood via BH&G
1 1/2 lb ground beef
1 small onion, chopped
1 bell pepper, cleaned and chopped
(2) 15-16 oz cans pork and beans
1/2 C barbecue sauce
1/2 C ketchup
2 Tblsp spicy brown mustard
2 Tblsp Worcestershire sauce
1 Tblsp soy sauce
4 Tblsp brown sugar
6-8 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and spray 9x13 pan with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Brown ground beef, onion and bell pepper.
  3. Add pork and beans and everything except bacon. Stir well and cook for 5 minutes.
  4. Pour into prepared casserole dish.
  5. Top with bacon and cover dish with tin foil.
  6. Bake for 45 minutes. Remove foil and bake for another 10 minutes.
  7. Let casserole stand for 10 minutes before serving.

36 comments:

  1. My assigned dish to bring to a friend's birthday picnic is baked beans. Love them! This recipe looks so good for a main dish.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  2. I've had them like this at pot lucks before. Yummy!

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  3. My hubby would love these! I need to treat him to a batch...what a flavorful recipe.

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  4. Baked beans are a MUST for summer cookouts. These look delicious! :)

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  5. For me, adding the mustard is the secret. We love these with a slab of ribs.

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  6. Other than hubby and I nobody we know ever serves baked beans any more. They sure gobble them up when we make them though. Mmmmm good.

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  7. Something about this calls for me to put it inside a hamburger bun.

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    1. I have to chuckle, that's exactly what I did for lunch today:@)

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  8. "I'd use jalapeno and maybe a little cayenne the next time" YOU WOULD!!! LOL I'll enjoy it right the way it is, thank you very much! *giggle* It really looks yummy...my mouth started watering as soon as I saw the photo. I, too, LOVE beans!

    I can't believe that I just now noticed that I could get your postings via email. DUH??? I have signed up & hope not to miss another one, ever.


    Your HB pie looked really cute, BTW

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  9. Lynn,
    These look so good, I can taste them! What's better than baked beans with bacon in them? Or just bacon in general?? Your pie and your candied bacon look marvelous too.
    I made chocolate covered bacon at Christmas this year....so good.

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  10. I love good old fashioned beans, too! I make something similar to this to go with beef BBQ! Boy, it sounds good right now! Enjoy your afternoon my friend!

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  11. Oh, Yum! I love beans, too. Hubby not so much, so I don't make them often. I have made baked beans with hamburger in them in the past. What I love about this recipe is, it is fancying up good ole, cheap pork n beans. Think I will leave out the hamburger and make this for a side dish for our camping trip next week. Will have to check the pantry, I may need to put the beans on my shopping list. Thanks for sharing. Have a great week.

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  12. These look great, Lynn! I saw that recipe, too, and it looked good. I have a signed copy of Trisha Yearwood's cookbook. My hubby worked with someone that knows Garth Brooks, so she had Trisha sign it for me. She has some great recipes, I must say, and I think she's a natural on the Food Network.

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  13. We love these...we call them Meaty Baked Beans and they have been a family favorite since my kids were little.
    Yummm......

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  14. That sounds SO good! I'd like a serving along with a grilled burger on a bun. Summer yummy food!

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  15. When I saw this thumbnail at Stone Gable, I raced over here to get the recipe. And they're Garth approved! I could live on them year-round, but they will be specially perfect for cook-outs. Have a great weekend!

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  16. This would definitely be something my family would love. I love the addition of BBQ sauce. (And I just plain like T.R. so...)

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  17. It looks very appetizing and spicy, Lynn. I love spicy food....Christine

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  18. Yum! This recipe sounds (and looks) so good! I just received my BH&G issue yesterday, so I'll have to check out Trisha's feature.

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  19. One of my favorite recipes from childhood was a baked bean dish, and this sounds a lot like it. Looks delish, Lynn. Thanks for sharing the recipe with us. xo

    I want to thank you for your words of comfort on my blog. I appreciate them more than you know. You are so sweet, and my family appreciates the prayers and good thoughts.

    Love you,

    Sheila

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  20. Hi Lynn, I've watching TY on Food Network lately...two thumbs up for Garth & beans in a cast iron skillet! It WOULD be great on a bun :)

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  21. Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you have a great 4th of July and enjoy your new Red Plate!
    Miz Helen

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  22. Baked Beans have always been my favorite!
    Pinning to save! =)

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  23. Your post with the picture included inspired me to try this recipe. I didn't bookmark the page and am new to your blog, but with a search on 2013 blog baked bean casserole, I was able to find your site again. We (I) had this for dinner tonight with corn bread, and it is as yummy and easy as described. So thank you very much! A Hart

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  24. Would this be able to be cooked in a crock pot?

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    1. I'm sorry but I don't know, it wasn't mentioned in the article. I do know they are very good though:@)

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  25. Can these be made in a crockpot? If so, how long and and at what temp setting. My pot only has high or low cooking temp. Thx!!

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    1. Sorry, just saw post above mine, nevermind!

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  26. I was wondering if I could post this recipe on my blog? I can give you full credit of course. Thanks!

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    1. No problem! Happy Labor Day Weekend:@)

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  27. This will forever be a family favorite. It will be on the request list for holiday dinners for years to come, we LOVE this recipe <3

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  28. Do you put the ground beef in raw?

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    1. Hello, no, you cook the beef with the onion and peppers. Hope you like it:@)

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