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BBQ Baked Beans

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32 oz can baked beans
1 C BBQ sauce
4 heaping TBSP brown sugar
1 TBSP chili powder
1/2 C ketchup
1/2 C water
1 C chopped brisket

Combine first six ingredients in a metal casserole dish (the smoker will ruin it for other things).

Put in smoker under meat early in cooking session to allow drippings to fall into beans.

Only needs a couple of hours, if doing a long smoke, you can collect the drippings in advance and mix in with beans when preparing and then smoke the last 1 - 2 hours of meat cooking time.

Chop 1 C of brisket and add to beans before serving.

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Leaving the beans in too long will make them very thick and the drippings will burn into the beans. The drippings are what make the beans so great.

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