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Cooking Bacon

Hi every one, today I am going to share with you an easy tip on cooking bacon.  You know that when you cook bacon, it can be a bit messy with all the oil over your stove top and your bacon curling and getting stuck to the other bacon strips.  It does not look presentable on the table when you have guests over, well here is a tip to have your bacon strips look like they came out of a picture on a magazine and still be tasty.

What you will need is:

  1. Cookie sheet or flat baking pan
  2. Aluminum foil
  3. Bacon
  4. (Optional) Cookie cooling rack
Line your baking sheet with the foil.
Place cookie rack in the baking pan.
Spread the bacon parallel to each other so that they don't stick to one another as you see here.

Cooking Bacon

Cooking Bacon

You may use this method as well if you do not have a cookie cooling rack.

Cooking Bacon

Place it in the oven at about 400 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes depending on your oven.  Let it bake in there until crisp or however you like it.  Once done, place on paper towel sheet to drain excess oil and voila!



Now that is an easy way to cook your bacon and no mess!  Hope you enjoyed this tip.

13 comments :

  1. I bake mine,too! Can't stand the mess on the cook top! Your plate looks wonderful!
    smiles!

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  2. Wow, I never thought of baking it before! Cool! I'll have to tell my sister (who eats bacon, I don't)

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  3. Thanks for the tip...bacon is sooo yummy, but oh, so messy, that's for sure! I'm defnitely going to try this next time! The eggs look simply divine, what's in them?

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  4. Excellent idea! I usually microwave mine with paper towels on top and bottom and it also comes out "presentable"!

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  5. This is a great idea! My skillets cook so unevenly so I can't wait to try baking my bacon. Thanks!

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  6. I have been doing this for years and am always surprised when others don't know the trick. Good tip to share. Nice pics too!!

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  8. also, get a small corningware dish with a plastic lid, and save the bacon grease to cook with.

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  9. We use a broiler pan when we cook our bacon in the oven. I am also going to have a post tomorrow using bacon.

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  11. I bake mine also and it is so much better than frying and the mess that makes. I like your idea of lining the baking sheet with the foil and will try it in a couple of days. Your breakfast just made me sooooo hungry!

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