Kittencal's Method for Oven Cooked Bacon

"When I make this I make lots and then freeze in bags using my Food Saver storage system, this method saves time and not to mention the greasy clean up that comes with frying, I pour the grease into a Pyrex measuring cup then save and refrigerate overnight or until hard then scoop out a few tablespoons at a time, freeze on plates then I place in freezer bags to use in recipes to add flavor, you may save or discard the grease --- since RZ system would not accept one ingredient I have listed 1-1/2 pounds bacon separately, you may of course use as much as you like."
 
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Kittencal's Method for Oven Cooked Bacon created by Bobtail
Ready In:
27mins
Ingredients:
2
Yields:
1 pound
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ingredients

  • 1 lb bacon (can as much bacon as you wish)
  • 12 lb bacon
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (regular or convection oven, if you are using a regular oven set rack to lowest position).
  • For easy clean up line your pan with foil, then spray generously with cooking spray.
  • Arrange the bacon slices in 1 layer in the pan.
  • Cook the slices until evenly browned (about 17-22) minutes turning the bacon halfway through cooking time.
  • Transfer to paper towels or a rack.
  • Use immediately or freeze to use later.
  • Heat in microwave to crisp up before serving.

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  4. cslckl
    I've been cooking bacon this way for more than 35 years...never thought about the freezing and storing for later use issue, but it's a great idea. I use a grill 'pan' that has small holes for drainage, rather like an old-style broiler pan. I don't use foil... What I like best about this method is that the bacon is less salty and doesn't cook in it's own fat....and it's just plain easier than standing over a grease-spitting frying pan!
     
  5. bmcnichol
    This was so much easier to make then cooking it on the stove. I used turkey bacon and this only took five minutes to cook in my oven.
     

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