1. Post #1
    Hi.
    reevezy67's Avatar
    July 2011
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    I've tried lots of different methods to cooking bacon and I find if I fry it on a low-medium heat it gives it a mild taste which I prefer over the strong taste of crispy bacon.

    I also tried the microwave method after some Googling once to see what would happen, didn't end well.


    Any Insights?

  2. Post #2
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    The First 11'er's Avatar
    January 2011
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    Very possible to microwave bacon. I get this one invention by some little kid (seem's like a bitch family imo) and you hang it over or something and it cooks it nice. I like to bake mine.

    bacon flip
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    December 2009
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    I just fry it on ~medium in about a tablespoon of honey.

  4. Post #4
    Hi.
    reevezy67's Avatar
    July 2011
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    I just fry it on ~medium in about a tablespoon of honey.
    I'll have to try that..

    Very possible to microwave bacon. I get this one invention by some little kid (seem's like a bitch family imo) and you hang it over or something and it cooks it nice. I like to bake mine.

    bacon flip
    I saw a picture of one but have yet to see one anywhere irl.

  5. Post #5
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    under a grill.
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    February 2010
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    I pepper it while it's frying. A bit of olive oil at the bottom of the pan, let it simmer for a few minutes, add bacon, pepper, and a touch of cayenne pepper.
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    Godline's Avatar
    February 2010
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    few minutes under grill finishing cooking in toastie / george foreman.

    Yes I do have a big black man who cooks my food.


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    April 2011
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    One of these bad boys in the oven. Don't need to flip it cause it's stoneware and all of the fat drips into the channels!
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    FPKawaii's Avatar
    June 2010
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    My grandma microwaves hers, and it's really not that bad, something worth trying. I personally either bake mine or fry it in a pan.

  11. Post #11
    Pan it. Microwave makes it hard and flakey. Nothing I would eat.

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    July 2009
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    In a weave on a skillet flipping every so often, then placing hashbrowns/homefries, sausage, (optional salsa) on top for the ultimate breakfast.
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    johnkane46's Avatar
    July 2010
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    Over chicken.... Unreal!

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    May 2007
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    Over chicken.... Unreal!
    I can vouch for that!

    get some nice (sweet) bbq sauce, marinade the chicken (or turkey if you want more of a roast), braid some bacon into one big piece, spread some bbq sauce over one side, and wrap it tightly aroundt the chicken (or turkey) (lock it in place with some meat pins), with the bbq sauce inside.. cook in oven till crispy (remember to flip it)
    that is just pure awesome!


    Also really good for sandwiches, just let it cool (to get more firm) then slice that sucker up! :D
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    July 2010
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    I can vouch for that!

    get some nice (sweet) bbq sauce, marinade the chicken (or turkey if you want more of a roast), braid some bacon into one big piece, spread some bbq sauce over one side, and wrap it tightly aroundt the chicken (or turkey) (lock it in place with some meat pins), with the bbq sauce inside.. cook in oven till crispy (remember to flip it)
    that is just pure awesome!
    I just creamed in my pants...
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    I just creamed in my pants...
    wait till you actually taste it.

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    August 2007
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    Under the grill on max.

    I like mine tough and chewy.
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    June 2010
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    Grilled or fried until it's curled up in a crunchy as hell charcoal ball in the pan.
    Delicious, even though I don't normally like salty food.

  19. Post #19
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    October 2011
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    I put the bacon in a 2inch deep pan and let it bake in its own grease.

  20. Post #20
    Don Knotts's Avatar
    October 2009
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    I picked this method up from a co-worker. She used to be a cook and it's really great.

    Mix up some batter for waffles and get your waffle iron preheated, then lay out your bacon (two strips works best, but 3 is fine) on the waffle iron. Pour your waffle batter over the bacon and cook them like a normal waffle.

    bam, bacon inside waffles. Shit's tasty yo.
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  21. Post #21
    Just microwave for a bit, I hate it crispy.

    Post your bacon recipes, I must know how to improve my baconsperience.