A medium package. Of dried Northern beans, I used the 16-ounces sizes.
3 to 4 Meaty-ham hock shank, sometimes, I used also meaty ham bone about.
1 small diced white Onion.
Enough water to cover the beans.
Salt & pepper, to taste
1/3 Cup of Light brown sugar.
-The initial step I began with, was to sort the beans for rocks, and afterward I cleaned them under chilly water.
-In the stewing pot, I joined the washed beans, with the onion, ocean salt, and pepper, as well as the ham knifes pawns or ham, that I’ve hacked into huge pieces previously.
-From that point onward, I added sufficient water to cover the beans by around 2 inches. This could yield roughly 6 to 8 cups.
-Once finished, I covered and cooked over low high hotness for roughly 120 minutes, then, at that point, I diminished to low and keep cooking for an extra 4 to 5 hours, or until beans were delicate.
-Following that, I eliminated the ham knifes or pawns, taking out the entirety of the hamburger.
-Following that, I returned the meat to the stewing pot and added the earthy colored sugar at this stage.
-I found it incredibly helpful to deplete around 1 cup of the juice prior to applying the earthy colored sugar, contingent upon the thickness or slenderness of the beans, and I blended everything delicately to consolidate.
-Furthermore, to close, I liked to empty some into individual dishes for serving!