The Only Thing That Tastes Better than Bacon Is Crispy, Oven-Fried Bacon
I think most of us can agree that crispy bacon is truly one of life’s greatest pleasures (however, standing over a hot stove and being burnt by – or having your clothes ruined by – sputtering bacon grease is not!) But there is an alternative to stove-top frying and that is Oven-Fried Bacon How To Make Perfect Bacon in the Oven. Cooking bacon, in this oven-fried style recipe is an extremely easy method to do and this oven-fried bacon recipe is a bit of a revelation. I’ll admit, I was skeptical of an oven-fried bacon recipe at first. But it’s just so easy. And allowing strips of bacon to cook away in the oven with no turning or grease splattering, resulting in crisp and golden bacon makes this the most irresistible bacon recipe ever!
Bacon, or bacoun was a Middle English term that referred to all pork in general. According to food historians, the Romans ate a type of bacon variety made from the domesticated pig meat which was boiled with figs, then browned and seasoned with a pepper sauce recipe. Starting in the 1600s, bacon became a relatively easy recipe to produce. Bacon was a cheap meat source and it quickly became a staple for European peasants, though the first large-scale industrial bacon manufacturing didn’t occur until the late 1700s. At this time, Yorkshire and Tamworth pigs were specifically bred for bacon. Now, bacon is a meat product that is prepared from a pig and is usually cured with large quantities of salt, called fresh bacon which may then be further dried, boiled or smoked. Bacon is prepared from several cuts of meat, though usually from the side and back cuts except in North America where it is commonly prepared from the pork belly. Side cuts of bacon have less fat than the belly, and North American bacon is referred to as streaky or fatty outside of the United States and Canada. Some interesting bacon facts you might like to know include that 70 percent of all bacon in the United States is eaten at breakfast time, and more than 2 billion pounds of bacon is produced each year in the U.S. alone. Bacon even has ts own day, and Bacon Day is celebrated each year on the Saturday before Labor Day. The phrase Bring home the bacon actually refers to an old sport of catching a greased pig at country fairs, with the winner keeping the pig and taking it home. Oscar Mayer first introduced packaged bacon to the United States in 1924, before Oscar Mayer, Americans made their own bacon recipes.
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