These slowly cooked cowboy beans are a great accompaniment to a summer barbecue. Forget the canned variety—these are easy to make with pinto beans, ham hocks, barbecue sauce, and a secret, flavor-enhancing ingredient.
What are cowboy beans? The name most likely came from the days when pioneers traveled along the trails and needed quick, easy, and filling foods.
Beans last for a long time, and they can be made with just some water, so they were the perfect staple for extended journeys.
By adding the ground beef to this recipe, it makes the dish even more filling!
1 pound ground beef
1 pound bacon diced
1 medium onion diced
1 tablespoon minced garlic
28 ounce can Van Kamps Pork & Beans Do not drain.
15 ounce can beans any kind, or a blend. Drain and rinse …
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