The Best Bacon Hack

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The Best Bacon Hack! I have been making bacon like this for as long as I can remember. There’s absolutely no reason to use a pan and make a mess (unless you want to). This method requires zero dishwashing and makes the most perfect crispy bacon! Also, the foil can be re-used as it comes out completely clean, and I use unbleached parchment paper by “If You Care” which is certified compostable for home/backyard and industrial/municipal composting. I know we try to be as mindful for the environment as possible, so please do your best and feel free to avoid using foil if you wish to do so.

The Best Bacon Hack

This method requires zero dishwashing and makes the most perfect crispy bacon! Also, the foil can be re-used as it comes out completely clean.
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Author: The Modern Nonna
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes

Ingredients 

  • pack of bacon

Instructions 

  • The trick is to double line a baking sheet with foil and then parchment paper on top. This will ensure absolutely no mess or fuss at all.
  • Place the bacon on the lined baking sheet and make sure the oven is preheated to 400F or 425F. Both temperatures work but cooking it at 400F takes a few minutes longer.
  • My bacon usually takes 20-25 minutes but be mindful that timing will depend on the oven or how cooked you like your bacon so keep an eye on it. Enjoy!

Video

Notes

Feel free to use an air-fryer or to make your bacon on the stove as well. This is simply ONE way of making perfectly crispy mess-free bacon
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I am more commonly known as “The Modern Nonna” on social media where I create easy home cooked meals with a modern twist. I was born and raised in Sofia, Bulgaria and learned how to cook at the best culinary school in the world – my grandma’s kitchen. I lived in Greece on the Island of Crete with my parents for a while and then moved to Toronto, Canada when I was in grade 5. I started to really cook and experiment with food 11 years ago when I was 21 years old. Everything I currently know is a reflection of some part of my life…

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