Bacon

thinman

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I remember the days of cooking bacon in a fry pan but nowadays we use a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and bake 460° (turning over now and then), comes out perfect to my liking.

At this time I'm watching saturated fats so won't be doing bacon.
 
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Kimberlowrence3

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I remember the days of cooking bacon in a fry pan but nowadays we use a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and bake 460° (turning over now and then), comes out perfect to my liking. mcdvoice

Using parchment paper on a cookie sheet can help prevent the bacon from sticking cleanup easier. Baking bacon in the oven is also a popular method as it allows the bacon to cook more evenly and become crispy without the need for constant monitoring like when using a frying pan.
 
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wolterney

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I remember the days of cooking bacon in a fry pan but nowadays we use a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and bake 460° (turning over now and then), comes out perfect to my liking. Dgcustomerfirst
On a cookie sheet, using parchment paper can make cleanup easier by preventing the bacon from sticking. Another well-liked way is to bake the bacon in the oven, which allows the bacon to cook more uniformly and get crispy without requiring constant attention like when using a frying pan.
 

joshuaparker

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I agree with your statement. Cast iron skillets are a versatile and durable cooking tool that can be used to cook a variety of foods, including eggs, pancakes, bacon, steak, vegetables, and more. They are also relatively inexpensive and can last for many years with proper care. MyKFCExperience.com
 

JohnStrong

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We're a 1-pack-of-bacon a day family and use one of those long electric griddles. It's efficient. It is a bit difficult to clean, and you are fully exposed to pig-justice (spray).
 

lowryd774

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It's important to note that cooking times may vary depending on the thickness of the bacon and individual oven variations. It's always a good idea to keep an eye on the bacon as it cooks to prevent it from overcooking or burning. Walgreenslistens
 

Thai111

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It's crucial to remember that cooking durations might change based on the bacon's thickness and oven variances. Chilis Survey Watching the bacon while it cooks is usually a good idea to avoid burning or overcooking it.
 

mateus111

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We use one of those long electric griddles and consume one pack of bacon every day as a family. TellPizzaHut.com It works well. It is a little challenging to clean, and the pig-justice (spray) is all about you.
 
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Bacon is a favorite in our house. We only get fresh made from local butcher and not the prepacked type from the supermarket. I am sure that slimy stuff in the packets is not a good thing.
 

Mariocooper

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It's crucial to keep in mind that cooking durations can change based on the bacon's thickness and the peculiarities of each oven. To avoid burning or overcooking the bacon, it's always a good idea to keep an eye on it as it cooks. JackListens :ss:
 
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