Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Pork and Pork Beans Casserole

Yum

 When I was a kid, I could eat an entire can of pork and beans as a meal. I loved beans on buttered toast, beans warm, hot or even cold.  I decided to make some fancier beans by doubling the pork in this dish.  There is bacon as well as ground pork so these are even porkier!  I made some cornbread to go with this meal and a salad and we called it lunch.    This is a great dish for a bbq or even for breakfast.  Yes... I am definitely eating this for breakfast tomorrow over some hot buttered toast. YUM! 

Ingredients:
5-6 slices bacon
1lb lean ground pork
4 (16oz) cans of Pork and Beans
2 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp chili con carne powder
2 cloves garlic minced or grated
1 red onion diced
1 bell pepper diced
1-2 jalapeno or green chilies diced
salt an black pepper to taste
red chili powder (cayenne) to taste

Directions:
Saute bacon until crispy.  Remove bacon from pan and discard all bacon drippings except for 2Tbs.  Saute ground pork, diced peppers and garlic and onions in remaining bacon drippings.  Season with salt, black pepper, cumin, chili con carne powder, red chili powder. Then add the canned beans and cook for 5-7 minutes.  Taste for seasoning.  Serve as a side, over butter toast or cornbread.     Enjoy.
 
  
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16 comments:

  1. The dish looks very yummy with those bacon & pork mince in there. I love bacon & this dish is making me crave for some.

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  2. Never heard of beans on toast, but it sounds yummy! I love baked beans with bacon, adding ground pork is something new to me!

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  3. Pork and beans on toast is something I've known since I was little. Pork and beans in general is a big thing in the midwest where I am from.

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  4. Oh heavens does that look mouthwatering! Pure comfort food, I love it!

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  5. I am going on a picnic this weekend and this would be a great dish to bring. Full of flavor and very filling!

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  6. This looks delicious and the perfect side for that goodlooking cornbread sitting there! :)

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  7. I just got home from work (yes, the middle of the night) and read this post. I am SO HUNGRY for some of these beans. I had never thought to eat beans on toast for breakfast, but it sounds delicious! Beans are some of my favorite foods and, like you, I have eaten them warm and cold--wonderful!

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  8. Mm, I want to devour this casserole (subbing for pork of course :D)

    Cheers
    CCU

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  9. It has been a while since I had pork and beans. Sounds like comfort food.

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  10. I do not eat pork.. But that dish is quite colorful & inviting !

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  11. That does sound good although I rarely eat those bean anymore. That is pork beans on steroids.

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  12. WOW!!! Can I have it??? It looks amazingly delicious!!!

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  13. I Love cold bean sandwich on white bread with mayo and pepper!!

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  14. Never heard of pork n beans on toast but love to dip them up on potato chips. With the extra pork sounds like supper tonight

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