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How to cook perfect bacon

How to cook perfect bacon

(0:52) Simple technique for making bacon even better. Counterintuitive, but I must try it. Next video is another way of cooking perfect bacon.

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Guest: (1690 days ago)
It might be a nice idea to start with some decent bacon - rather than these strips of fat that Americans call bacon.
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It might be a nice idea to start with some decent bacon - rather than these strips of fat that Americans call bacon.
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Guest: Nohammed (1687 days ago)
Latest comment: Tried it. It took rather a long time - about 30 minutes. My bacon did not have enough fat to fry so I had to add some oil. But it browned nicely and was good to eat.
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Latest comment: Tried it. It took rather a long time - about 30 minutes. My bacon did not have enough fat to fry so I had to add some oil. But it browned nicely and was good to eat.
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Guest: Nick, Midlands UK (1688 days ago)
"Those strips of fat" are far tastier than the slabs of meat we Brits call bacon. Buy some from a real butcher and taste the difference. Got to agree with mwa about the cooking method. Shove it in the microwave between sheets of kitchen tissue and it cooks perfectly, without any fat splashing around the inside of the oven.
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"Those strips of fat" are far tastier than the slabs of meat we Brits call bacon. Buy some from a real butcher and taste the difference. Got to agree with mwa about the cooking method. Shove it in the microwave between sheets of kitchen tissue and it cooks perfectly, without any fat splashing around the inside of the oven.
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Guest: (1688 days ago)
Rubbish. Bacon ('Canadian' or 'Back') is thin sliced with a small strip of fat on one side. Where do you get the idea of 'slabs of meat' - that's probably gammon!!!
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Rubbish. Bacon ('Canadian' or 'Back') is thin sliced with a small strip of fat on one side. Where do you get the idea of 'slabs of meat' - that's probably gammon!!!
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London1 London1 (1689 days ago)
That bacon looks nasty. Whose got the time to let a pan boil dry?!?
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That bacon looks nasty. Whose got the time to let a pan boil dry?!?
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cengland0 cengland0 (1688 days ago)
He wasn't saying that was the most efficient method, just a simple technique.
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He wasn't saying that was the most efficient method, just a simple technique.
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Guest: mwa ha ha ha (1689 days ago)
put it between two sheets of paper towels, microwave for 3 mins. comes out crispy and nice every time, not burnt.
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put it between two sheets of paper towels, microwave for 3 mins. comes out crispy and nice every time, not burnt.
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