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Very good. The second time making this I more than doubled the cayenne, for a bit more head. Also sprinkled more of the brown sugar mixture on top. Cooked at a higher temperature and since I used a thick bacon cooked it longer.
Quite delicious. Made a half recipe. Didn't oil the foil-lined broiler pan, and had no problems removing the cooked bacon. Effortless and tasty way to cook bacon! Thanks for posting.
Had this for breakfast today along with scrambled eggs. OK, I could have eaten another pound of bacon! Draining on paper towels was a bit of a problem as the sticky bacon didn't want to leave without bits of the towel attached, so do this with really heavy-duty paper towels. The aluminum foil was great, just gather up into a ball and toss.
This was very good. I have also made something like this with chopped pecans sprinkled on top - yummy.
Ohhhhhh! MMmmmm! Like I need another way to eat bacon! This was wonderful. I usually cook my bacon in the microwave & it worked fine. I didn't need the vegetable oil. Thank you - I think - for sharing. :)
I liked this. Great combination of flavors for me. My husband didn't care for it, finding it too sweet. I guess it's just a treat for me!
Oh my! This is really addictive. It is very sweet and nicely spicy. It was perfect for Sunday brunch. I loved the flavor and I did a small batch in my microwave to speed things along. I used a micro safe dish, stacked layers of paper towels in the bottom, then placed 8 strips of the coated bacon on top, covered loosely with plasctic wrap. It took 6 minutes in my microwave. I will use this recipe again. Thank you Blink!