July 01, 2009

Yummy But Bad

Tonight's dinner:

Put a cooling rack into a cookie pan. Place bacon slices onto the cooling rack. Turn oven to 450°F, place bacon into oven. Cook for ten minutes, then start checking every two minutes until they are done to your preference. (No need to preheat the oven, you need to keep an eye on them so often anyway.)

While bacon is cooking, mix up your favorite five-ingredient biscuit. Roll out thinly, no more than 1/2". Cut with biscuit cutter.

When the bacon is done, remove to paper towels, and take the cooling rack out of the cookie sheet. Leave all the bacon grease in situ. Place the biscuits into the bacony pan, put back into oven, bake for ten minutes.

Eat together, topping biscuits with honey if you have a sweet tooth like I do.

Then get some excercise the next day, 'cause all that bacon isn't healthy!

Posted by: Boviate at 09:45 PM | Comments (1) | Add Comment
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1 Yay bacon! Sounds terrific. The oven is a great way to cook bacon, and I'm glad you're using the drippings. Bacon (and bacon fat) has an undeserved bad wrap; it's actually one of the better fats out there. I cook nearly everything in it.

"There is nothing in this world that can't be fixed with either bacon or duct tape."

Posted by: Jen at Wednesday, July 01 2009 10:41 PM (ApgjV)

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