Easy oven bacon. You won't be broiling the bacon, so put your oven rack in the middle of your oven to distribute the heat evenly. Note: You can also start with a cold oven and let the bacon cook as the oven warms. Oven bacon is by far the quickest, cleanest, and easiest way to cook bacon for a crowd.
If you don't line the pan, you'll have to use paper towels to remove the bacon fat (you're not supposed to pour fat down the sink), and I find it's easier to just take the foil off. This recipe is similar to the one I use from America's Test Kitchen. Of all the ways you can cook bacon, including on a skillet or griddle, in the microwave, or even in a deep-fryer, it turns out that the very best way of all is to bake it in the oven. You can cook Easy oven bacon using 1 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Easy oven bacon
- You need 1 lb of bacon.
Bacon is fatty, so it needs to be cooked slowly, at a low temperature, so that most (but not all) of the fat renders away while leaving the finished product crispy and golden brown. Oven-cooked bacon may sound a little odd, or like it will be more time-consuming. It may seem like there would be splatters all over the oven. But this is a foolproof method to splatter-free, perfect bacon.
Easy oven bacon instructions
- Place a sheet of tin foil on a cookie sheet. fold up the edges to hold in the grease..
- Lay out the strips of bacon.
- Turn on oven to 400°F.
- Put bacon in oven. You should not pre-heat the oven..
- Cook for 22 minutes or until your idea of done..
- Put slices on paper towels to absorb grease.
- After you are finished, you can use the paper towels to soak up more of the grease on the cookie sheet..
- Fold up the tin foil and throw away. no big mess and you don't have to keep turning the bacon. easy, easy, easy.
Since the bacon is heated evenly and brought up to temperature on both sides at the same time it allows the bacon to cook completely. If using, line a wire rack on your baking sheet. Lay bacon in a single layer onto baking sheet or cooling rack, making sure not to. Place bacon on top, without overlapping. Today, we are mastering a life skill: Oven Baked Bacon.