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Oven-Baked Bacon

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Need to prepare brunch for a crowd? Save yourself the hassle of pan-frying loads of bacon and do it in the oven instead.

Ingredients

  • 20 strips Bacon

Preparation

Prepare bacon strips by removing rind and extra fat so you’re left with long, lean strips.

Roll each strip around your thumb and secure by threading onto a long wooden skewer. You should be able to fit four rolled up bacon strips on each skewer.

Place in the oven over a wire rack sitting atop a baking tray to catch the grease.

Bake in the oven (200C – hot) for about twenty minutes or until crisped to your liking.

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Trish on 3.26.2010

Oh, Mommaof10! That’s terrible! I’m so sorry.

I always trim the bacon of extra fat when I cook it, whichever way I cook it, so it just didn’t occur to me to warn about this. I am so sorry, I hope your daughter is OK.

Maybe you could line the tray with slices of bread, like you do when making a meatloaf? That might soak up the excess fat.

Again, I’m so sorry.
Regards
Trish

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mommaof10 on 11.2.2009

We tried this method not too long ago. Be careful. The grease is harder to control in a shallow pan than a skillet.

My daughter received 3rd degree burns from bacon grease that sloshed out of of the pan when getting it out of the oven.

The bacon cooks well, but please be careful.

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amybossard on 11.1.2009

This looks so easy!

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