How To Make Perfect Bacon Every Time

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Cooking bacon with a skillet pan or on a stovetop could get really messy, especially if you’re making it for a big crowd. Aside from that, the bacon burns pretty easily, and it takes too long to finish cooking a lot of batches. Why go through all that trouble, when you can prepare and have them ready all at once, without making a mess, and without out burning yourself with the splattered oil or grease? Learn how with this video tutorial by The Hillbilly Kitchen – Down Home Country Cooking on YouTube.

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Ingredients & materials:

  • Bacon
  • Sheet pan
  • Aluminum foil
  • Paper towels
  • Oven

Directions:

Step 1

Get a sheet pan that’s a bit deep, then line it up with aluminum foil making sure to cover up to the edges on all sides, this way you can catch all of the greases that will be rendered from the bacon later. Next, place the bacon strips all over the sheet pan in a single layer, and preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Once the oven is hot enough, place the bacon inside, then let it cook for about a few minutes keeping an eye on it, and turning it halfway through the cooking time.

No Mess Crispy Bacon Cooking Method
Image credit: The Hillbilly Kitchen – Down Home Country Cooking via YouTube

Step 2

The cooking time depends on the thickness of your bacon, if it’s thin, it may only take about 3 to 3½ minutes per side, regular-sized bacon may take about 7 minutes, and thick-cut bacon strips would usually take around 10 to 12 minutes. You should only flip the bacon strips once, then once nice and crispy, or to your desired doneness, remove them from the oven carefully. Take them out of the pan, then transfer them to a plate lined with paper towels, and place them nice and flat. Transfer the rendered bacon grease to a container with a lid, let it cool down, close with the lid, then store it, and save it for future cooking.

Easy Perfect Bacon Cooking Tutorial
Image credit: The Hillbilly Kitchen – Down Home Country Cooking via YouTube

 

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How To Make Perfect Bacon Every Time

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