How to Make Good Southern Baked Beans

I am from the South and I eat southern food. It is the best! This article will show you a very easy way to spice up your canned baked beans. So yummy!

Instructions

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      First step is to go buy some canned baked beans, the medium sized can is fine, but the large cans are better. Do not buy the small cans, there is not enough in them to work for this recipe. You will also need to buy some bacon. Make sure not to clash the bacon and baked beans. What I mean is do not go buy BBQ baked beans and then maple bacon, it will probably taste funny together. It is all what you prefer, but I always get the maple and brown sugar baked beans with the maple cured bacon, they compliment each other nicely!

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      Now the label on the baked beans will tell you to just put them in a saucepan on the stove, or to microwave them, ignore that. This is why most baked beans are boring. I never eat baked beans when I go out to eat anywhere, they just taste funny.

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      Now for the fun part. Preheat you oven to 325 degrees. Take a baking dish or casserole dish and put in the baked beans. Lay some bacon slices over the top and bake until the bacon starts to get crispy around the edges. If you are already cooking something else in the oven, you can cook this at any temperature just remove from oven when the bacon starts to crisp. Enjoy!

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