- White beans 2 cups
- Molasses 1/4 cup
- Brown sugar 1/4 cup
- Mustard sauce 3 tbsps
- Garlic 2 cloves
- Concentrated meat broth 1 tbsp
- Onion 1 small
A recipe of white beans original of the city of Boston, one of the oldest and classic of the United States, beans cooked in the oven and seasoned with a sauce with a marked sweet flavor that is often Give with molasses, ketchup or other sauce with those characteristic and brown sugar. Although its cooking time is quite slow, its preparation is very simple, making the sauce is not complicated, which means that the only additional thing that is needed is patience to achieve some tender and delicious Boston-style beans. And with what we accompany? With slices of bread or crackers of your choice, so you have to pick up and enjoy the last drop of the succulent sauce. You do not have to be in Boston to taste the most popular dish in the city, follow this simple recipe and enjoy its unique flavor.
Rinse the beans with cold running water and discard any crushed stone or beans. In a large bowl, place the beans and enough water to cover by 2 inches. Cover and let stand at room temperature overnight. (Or, in a 6-quart saucepan, place the beans and enough water to cover for 2 inches. Heat until it boils over high heat; cook 2 minutes Remove from heat; cover and let stand 1 hour.).
Drain and rinse the beans. In 4 ½ to 5 ½ -quart pot slow cooker, mix 3 1/2 cups of water with beans and other ingredients: onion chopped, brown sugar, molasses, mustard, concentrated meat broth, except salt until mixed. Cover slow cooker with lid and cook beans in the low setting as manufacturer directs, about 14 hours or until the beans are tender and sauce is syrupy. Mix the salt in the bean mixture before serving.
Servings: 4 Amount per serving Calories 477 % Daily Value* Total Fat 2.9g 4% Saturated Fat 0.6g 3% Cholesterol 28mg 9% Sodium 142mg 6% Total Carbohydrate 87.7g 32% Dietary Fiber 15.8g 56% Total Sugars 23.1g Protein 28.9g Vitamin D 0mcg 0% Calcium 361mg 28% Iron 13mg 71% Potassium 2157mg 46%