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Hey Jules, when I made this, I only used 9 thin slices of bacon, and placed the bacon on a parchment lined 17-1/2" x 11-1/2" x 3/4" baking sheet, and baked it in a 325 degree oven for exactly 17 minutes, but next time I will bake it for 16 minutes and 30 seconds, as my oven gets quite hot. I didn't use all the sugar spice mixture, (just 3/4's of it) nor did I use the bamboo skewers to twist the bacon, but rather just applied the sugar spice mixture to one side of the bacon. By the way, I thought there was enough of the sugar spice mixture to coat 13 slices of thin sliced bacon. Jules, this was very good, and I also enjoyed it by adding 1/4 teaspoon of red pepper to the sugar/spice mix. Thank you Jules for sharing this recipe with fellow Zaar members. What a great treat this makes for breakfast or for lunch. Mmm, yum-o!!

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Domestic Goddess December 29, 2009

I first made this recipe back in 2001 when it appeared in a Rosie magazine. I also add about 1/8 tsp of cayenne pepper to the dry mixture for added kick. Also, use the best quality bacon you can buy as it certainly makes a difference and don't use thick cut as the bacon won't crisp up as good. Good idea to double up if you have hungry kids around ~ these won't last long.

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Chef Petunia October 18, 2007
Brown Sugar Bacon Twists