By DoryJean54 on October 05, 2009
Photo by sloe cooker
Photo by sloe cooker
"This is my favorite way of making bacon, no mess, no cleanup! Comes out just like fried bacon crispy, fries in the oven in it's own bacon grease. The pepper is optional."
Serving Size: 1 (33 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"I have only cooked bacon using the oven method since first trying it a short while back.
Oven temps can vary, I cooked my bacon for a total of 25 minutes. I only sprayed my pan with nonstick spray, and clean up was not difficult. Delicious and easy!
Thanks for sharing DoryJean54."
"Thanks for sharing, i just made it and it's looks so delicious :)"
"Super simple and good. I baked mine for 20 minutes at 400. Thanks for sharing this nice keeper. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Tag."
"I love baking bacon. . .I'll never fry it on the stovetop again! Mine took 25 minutes at 400 and I only used the foil (not the parchment). Thanks for posting!"
"It is so much easier to cook bacon in the oven. I have been doing it in the oven for about six months. I did your method but cooked mine for 25 minutes and the bacon was perfect."
"I have cooked bacon in the oven in the past, but using your method with the foil and parchment
was the best way. The bacon was a bit greasy but I just rolled it up in some paper towels and that took care of degreasing the bacon fairly well."
"WOW!! I love this method for cooking bacon!! I followed your technique to the T and it worked perfectly for both thin and thick bacon just need to adjust the cook time a little depending on the thickness of the bacon. From now on this is the only technique I will use as you can do a whole pound of bacon all at once and then freeze the cooked bacon for use in recipes that call for cooked bacon. Thanks for the Great post."
"Great technique. House doesn't smell as strongly of bacon as it does when you fry it in a pan. Will use this recipe a lot!"
"Works great. I've always heard about cooking bacon in the oven but was afraid it would splatter. I had to cook it quite a bit longer than 15 minutes but this is a really easy, no mess way to fix bacon. Thanks for sharing DoryJean."