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My Big Fat Greek Baked Beans – Food Wishes ctm magazine

Learn how to make my Big Fat Greek Baked Beans! These amazing Greek-style baked beans rival anything you’ll see next to your favorite barbecued meat. This easy recipe will work with any dried beans, but to really make the name accurate, you’ll want to try and find some actual gigante beans. Visit for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I really hope you enjoy this hearty Greek-style baked beans recipe!

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  • Il on June 30, 2020

    Sounds like someone hab to many corona beans 😀
    Man that would have been a great comment if this video came out 2 month ago or so…

  • Josh Weaver on July 8, 2020

    I;m thinking about thos beans

  • Ann Lambert on August 2, 2020

    Those look delish……with dill. Yes, it's true, smelling dill will make you happy

  • Sandie McHugh on August 13, 2020

    I'm making this tomorrow 🤩

  • Milton Pre on August 20, 2020

    I mean you are after all the play dough of your tomato

  • Clyde Blair on August 20, 2020


  • merve özdemir on August 24, 2020

    I love when the chef's doesn't waste things

  • Aman Deep on September 11, 2020

    Chef Jon is sick and making corona beans. Damm, sometimes life gives you riddles to solve.

  • 27kjh on September 22, 2020

    I’ve made this dish twice this week…it’s absolutely delicious. I was only able to find Jumbo Lima beans…they worked great. Thanks for this recipe.

  • gnostie on September 29, 2020

    Does anybody have the slow cooker version of this dish?

  • Donna Rogers on October 12, 2020


  • Rick Girthquake on October 25, 2020

    I throw baked beans all over the house then roll in them.

  • LucaFinn99LP on November 8, 2020

    You are the Socrates of your Big Fat Beans.

  • Wilf Bentley on November 23, 2020

    I think I'da sprinkled crumbled feta over the whole thing.

  • Vincent Quinn on December 8, 2020

    You can find real "Gigantes" beans in a Greek ethnic grocery store. I live in Greece and they are now bringing them here from China. Try to get the real thing. You can save a few and plant them in your garden. You must fully cook beans in plain water. Once you add salt or acid, They do not soften properly.

  • Jennarella on January 27, 2021

    Thank you for the vid!

  • Freter on February 4, 2021

    My grandma makes this a little differently but I'm sure this also tastes great. While she's boiling the beans she sautés a yellow onion and a carrot, which she chops finely, adds those to the casserole dish with some dried mint and only half the amount of tomato purée and adds the bean cooking water instead of fresh water.

  • scott mckernan on February 8, 2021

    How dare you, no bacon! Shame Shame😝

  • G G on February 10, 2021

    CORONA BEANS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • mothman1967 on February 27, 2021

    Tip to cheese makers: I you create a now type cheese, give careful thought to the naming of your product. Feta is a prime example of what NOT to name a cheese. While the cheese itself is fine, the name sounds too much like fetid to stir up sales. Imagine a chef making some great baked beans, then topping with feta. Would those beans then be considered " fetaed". Hardly makes one salivate.

  • Jeffrey B Thorson on March 5, 2021

    Are those Butter Beans? The largest bean around.

  • haydeh abdolahian on March 9, 2021

    Sorry Too much carb 😔

  • Munmun's Cooking Hobby on May 17, 2021

    Hello friend wonderful recipe looks so yummmyyyy nice presentation I will try soon thumbs up and blessing 👍❤

  • Vicarofrevelwood on June 12, 2021

    You wouldn't have to worry about surviving on a vegetarian diet with this. You have a complete protein you have the beans, and you have the cheese to compliment them. This is a complete meal.

  • TheNizoubizou on June 19, 2021

    Mine came out of the oven too watery even though I followed everything to the letter. 😟

  • Hilda Mondonedo on June 25, 2021

    I like to sautee the onions first with garlic and celery. I also add 2 cooked carrots as well and a cup of olive oil goes in while baking. I know this is your version, but you did say they are Greek and we prepare them like mentioned above!

  • Karch Dah-Veed on July 17, 2021

    I found these Mid-East Braod Beans (sic) at the local Lebanese import market. Tomorrow we eat like Goddamned Sultans.

  • Doug Mundie on August 31, 2021

    Greeks on this side of the Atlantic refer to them as Elephant Beans.

  • nosheen I on September 4, 2021

    Wow! Chef John ..greetings from Pakistan

  • B K on September 11, 2021

    Tried this and mine didn’t come out looking like yours at all. It was disgusting. Watery, tasteless except for tomato and dill flavor (which isn’t good together). Totally bummed. Literally threw the whole 9×13 away 🙁

  • Dana Saffron, Saffron Wilson Group on October 27, 2021

    Looks delicious!! BTW how did you clean that pan ? OY

  • Melina K. on November 28, 2021

    Chef John, this looks great. I love your recipes and your videos are amazing! Just one thing… could you please, please add the recipe measurements in the metric system as well. It is really hard to follow a recipe when you have to convert every single ingredient… Best wishes from Greece!

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