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    Chitown's Spicy Pork and Beans

    This will be in real time except for me stopping to eat it while its hot!

    1 can of baked beans
    Ground pork - amount up to you
    1 onion
    ground Nutmeg
    olive oil
    Sea Salt
    Garlic salt
    Ground Pepper
    Paprika
    Worcestershire Sauce
    Golden Mountain Thai Chili Sauce (mild medium or hot - up to you)
    Brown sugar

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    High heat -

    Put 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a frying pan and get it hot.

    Add 1/4 cup of diced onions and a teaspoon of nutmeg

    Add your pork and the juice from the can of beans and brown all of it.

    Lower the heat -

    After that add beans and 1/4 cup of chili sauce and simmer.

    as its simmering add a 1/4 teaspoon of the following -

    garlic salt, paprika, black pepper, nutmeg

    also add 2 tablespoons of brown sugar.







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    As it cooks add a tablespoon of of Worcestershire Sauce every minute or so to taste until it is scorched.



    Cook the mixture until it is a thick consistency.



    Serve with fresh onions.

    Last edited by chitown; 01-03-2010 at 07:10 PM.

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    You can make it super hot or mild depending on the Thai chili sauce you use.

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    What is the remedy for the heartburn that follows ?

    And how well does this inspire rectal flatulence.

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    No heartburn for me.

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    Looks good , much better than the Heinz canned stuff sold where finding anything that resembles a piece of meat is like finding a needle in a haystack.

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    Gonna give it a go. Cheers Chitown!

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    It is the Thai chili sauce that makes the meal.

    I have started to use it in a variety of dishes.

    Make sure it is Thai chili sauce and not Thai chili paste.

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    I will give it a try, does it taste ok using those awful Thai baked beans that have the horrible sweet taste to them?

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    Hey Chi try a hot sauce made here called Wolf Sauce, the garlic stuff is killer, I use it to do the same thing to beans that you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    I will give it a try, does it taste ok using those awful Thai baked beans that have the horrible sweet taste to them?
    The Thai chili sauce takes care of anything "sweet".

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Hey Chi try a hot sauce made here called Wolf Sauce, the garlic stuff is killer, I use it to do the same thing to beans that you do.
    Where do you buy it at?

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    I get it at foodland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghandi
    And how well does this inspire rectal flatulence.
    Is there another kind?

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    Thanks I will try it. Wonder if it would be better or toast or rice?? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    I will give it a try, does it taste ok using those awful Thai baked beans that have the horrible sweet taste to them?
    Just leave the 5 kilos or whatever it is of sugar in Chi's original recipe out.

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    sounds good but beans means fartz

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    ^all the more reason to eat them..sometimes hard to get a bit of privacy round here..

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    I will give it a try, does it taste ok using those awful Thai baked beans that have the horrible sweet taste to them?
    The Thai baked beans are OK if you make sure to get the low sugar cans. They have a blue band around the top of the can. I had Heinz back in UK and I think I now prefer the low sugar Thai ones.
    I'm off out to get the pork and beans, for a change I have all the other ingredients in my cupboard.
    I should think a pretty windy dish, better not go teaching the morn after!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    I will give it a try, does it taste ok using those awful Thai baked beans that have the horrible sweet taste to them?
    Just leave the 5 kilos or whatever it is of sugar in Chi's original recipe out.
    You Poms have always had trouble converting to metric.

    Quote Originally Posted by chitown View Post
    also add 2 tablespoons of brown sugar.
    BTW I forgot one ingredient - 2 tablespoons of regular mustard. Not that crappy hot British mustard. Frenches is the best.

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    Hey Chi, you remember that guy don in phuket who is closing down. Well he is putting out much more stuff. Today foodland had his Jalapeno, and Habanero hot sauces.

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    wow man, that looks totally delicious!!!! I'm in hotel right now, when I get back home to Bkk I will seriously give your recipe a try

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