- Yield: Bout 2 1/2 Quarts
- Prep Time: 30 minutes
- Cook Time: 6 hours 0 minutes
Nutrition facts (per portion)
- Calories: Bout 250
- Carbohydrate Content: Bout 40g
- Cholesterol Content: Whatever is in the bacon. None in the beans :)
- Fat Content: Depends on how fatty your bacon is. Beans have like 1 % fat
- Fiber Content: Bout 8g
- Protein Content: 8% from the beans
- Saturated Fat Content: Whatever is in the bacon. None in the beans :)
- Serving Size: Depends on how hungry you are.
- Sodium Content: 700mg
- Sugar Content: 15g
- Trans Fat Content: No comment
- Unsaturated Fat Content: Bacon! Why do you insist on asking so many questions!!!!
Smokie BBQ Beans w/ Smoked Garlic
A tasty twist on an American staple when it comes to BBQ. Sweet, Savory and just enough of that spicy bite! FYI: This recipe requires a smoker or BBQ capable of producing wood smoke for an extended period of time at low temperature.
- Bush's Onion baked beans - 2 28 oz cans
- Bacon - 1 lb
- Peach pie filling - 1 & 1/2 cups
- Red Onion - Chopped - 1 large
- Red pepper - 1 Large
- BBQ Sauce - 3/4 cup
- Sedona Ghost Garlic - 20 cloves (at least)
- Sedona smokehouse Ultimate Pork Rub - 3 Tbs
Preheat your smoker to 225 degrees using Mesquite chips, chunks or sticks depending on your smoker.
Cut bacon into 1" squares
With a garlic press crush the garlic into a small bowl and set aside.
In a 3 quart cast iron skillet ( I repeat! CAST IRON! do not use your regular cook wear for this.)
Over medium high heat cook bacon until about 3/4 of the fat has rendered to liquid.
Add the onion and pepper. Cook until the onion and pepper start to caramelize. About 4 minutes.
Drain most of the fat from the pan.
Add the Beens, Sedona Ghost Garlic, Sedona Smokehouse Ultimate Pork rub, Peach pie filling and BBQ sauce.
Stir all contents together and remove from heat.
Place the skillet in the smoker and smoke for 6 hours string every 30 minutes or so.