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BBQ Baked Beans on Indirect Heat

Hello everyone. I am looking for an awesome BBQ Baked Bean recipe I can cook indirect heat so I can do another dish at same time on top rack. Been looking but not found what I think will work. Anyone got a good one to share? Thanks!

Enjoying life on my LBGE in Tell City, IN. Cheers!!

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  • ColtsFanColtsFan Posts: 1,772
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  • StormbringerStormbringer Posts: 1,228
    This is what we do:

    https://www.thecooksdigest.co.uk/2018/01/05/smokey-chipotle-beans/

    Goes nicely with beef shortribs:




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  • Kent8621Kent8621 Posts: 327
    i have one I can send you that is my go to and people ask for whenever we cookout.  PM your email address and I can fwd it over.

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  • thardingtharding Posts: 21
    These are awesome, thanks for your help!

    Enjoying life on my LBGE in Tell City, IN. Cheers!!

  • northGAcocknorthGAcock Posts: 9,993
    I did one last summer if I recall correctly. I believe i combined a recipe from @Carolina Q (found on the forum if i recall) with another i have found somewhere. I used half of of pork collar with mine....and when complete, it broke apart nicely. Search baked beans in the forum search feature....You will find some info. If you work with it and perfect it....by all means please share it back with us all. Wish i was more help.

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  • GrillSgtGrillSgt Posts: 1,720
    A bit of advice, for things like this I find it best to bring your cook up to simmer on your stovetop. 250-275 on your egg will keep it going.
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  • SpaightlabsSpaightlabs Posts: 1,887
    Dutch's wicked beaked beans are fantastic.  

    https://www.langbbqsmokers.com/blog/dutchs-wicked-baked-beans/

    Lots of good ways to doctor the recipe up.


  • stlcharcoalstlcharcoal Posts: 3,055
    Render some fat out of bacon, then saute onions, bell peppers, pablano peppers, and diced canned tomatoes, then add.....

    2 big cans of regular Bush's Baked Beans
    1 can of black beans
    1 can of red beans
    1 can of kidney beans

    Let it come to a simmer, then add some root beer (real sugar, not corn syrup), BBQ sauce, hot sauce, and sorghum molasses.  Add any other spices to your liking.

    Then when it's about ready, put the rendered bacon back in and pulled pork, brisket, whatever.  Then I always add okra.....only needs about 20 minutes soften up (I do the same with chili.)
  • thardingtharding Posts: 21
    Thanks so much to everyone for the help. 

    Enjoying life on my LBGE in Tell City, IN. Cheers!!

  • stlcharcoalstlcharcoal Posts: 3,055
    Render some fat out of bacon, then saute onions, bell peppers, pablano peppers, and diced canned tomatoes, then add.....

    2 big cans of regular Bush's Baked Beans
    1 can of black beans
    1 can of red beans
    1 can of kidney beans

    Let it come to a simmer, then add some root beer (real sugar, not corn syrup), BBQ sauce, hot sauce, and sorghum molasses.  Add any other spices to your liking.

    Then when it's about ready, put the rendered bacon back in and pulled pork, brisket, whatever.  Then I always add okra.....only needs about 20 minutes soften up (I do the same with chili.)
    Forgot to add......smoke this over maple or sassafras mixed with apple.  Then off heat, add apple cider vinegar to get it to the perfect balance.
  • onedbguruonedbguru Posts: 1,549
    Bush's Maple Bacon baked beans, add some onions, Moonshine BBQ sauce (I get this from a local farm near Annapolis) and some leftover chopped brisket pieces.  Simple if you don't want to go full-on homemade. 
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