Chickpeas aren’t just good for making hummus. The combination of spicy chickpeas with crispy Bacon is a match made in heaven as the flavors complement each other beautifully.
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If you don’t have leftover mashed potatoes, just boil three russets, then peel, mash with a little butter and season to taste with salt. Don't forget, the more Bacon, the better!
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Paired with a green salad and a glass of crisp white wine, this tart is perfect for lunch or a light dinner. I also like to cut it into thin wedges and serve it as an appetizer along with aperitifs. It’s delicious warm or at room temperature.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.finecooking.com/recipe/leek-tart-with-bacon-gruyere
This recipe is so easy you can totally recruit your kids to help make it. Cut the Bacon with a pair of kitchen shears and pick up a container of pre-diced pineapple. Put them to work while you enjoy a cocktail!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.mamalovesfood.com/bacon-wrapped-pineapple-bites/
This recipe has upgraded traditional Scotch eggs, by wrapping them in BACON!
The perfect grab-and-go breakfast or lunch-box treat.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.news24.com/You/Sponsored-Content/Just-Delicious/bacon-scotch-eggs-20180329
We have to give fair warning to all of our Bacon-loving readers: Candied Bacon, when consumed in excess or without adequate supervision, can be highly addictive. And the fact that it is beyond simple to make doesn't help much on that front, I'm afraid. All you'll need is a package of Bacon, some brown sugar and a bit of cayenne pepper to create one heck of an appetizer for your next party.
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This simple casserole is a crowd-pleaser and comes together in a flash. There are a number of ways to change this up and add new flavors: a packet of ranch dressing mix, green chilies, or your favorite vegetables, and of course, more Bacon!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.brownwoodnews.com/foodie-friday-cheesy-bacon-chicken-casserole/
AKA the salisbury steak filet mignon. They are essentially a ground beef burger/meatloaf like mixture that is formed into small patties, placed in a muffin pan and baked. Of course, everything is better with Bacon, so I like to wrap these little patties up with a slice of Bacon before placing them into the pan.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.closetcooking.com/2018/04/bacon-wrapped-muffin-pan-meatloaf-aka.html
Make yourself some tried and true BBQ Bacon baked beans for some high quality BBQ chow, and you’ll see why. I say tried and true because Pioneer Woman says so. This was my first time making them, but it won’t be the last. Truth be told, I don’t ever see myself opening a can of baked beans…well, ever again.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.fromthelittleyellowkitchen.com/2012/08/29/labor-day-bbq-homemade-bbq-sauce-and-bacon-bbq-baked-beans/
This pasta salad is inspired by the BLT, a Bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich, which only gets better with avocado so this pasta salad contains all of those ingredients along with pasta.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.closetcooking.com/2015/08/avocado-blt-pasta-salad.html?
Crispy, sweet, salty and spicy – these low carb Asian inspired chicken wings are even better when wrapped in BACON!
Guaranteed to be a hit with the whole family!
See full recipe here: https://www.ibreatheimhungry.com/bacon-wrapped-asian-chicken-wings-low-carb-gluten-free/
Just as with scrambled eggs, the method by which the eggs are heated and stirred is the primary factor that determines what kind of omelette you end up with. This smoky version, perfect for spring, uses my basic technique for diner-style omelettes with large, tender, browned curds and plenty of space for fillings. (BACON!)
Click here to see this recipe: https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2016/04/diner-style-asparagus-bacon-gruyere-cheese-omelette-recipe-food-lab.html
“Bacon Jam” is something worthy of reverence. You should say it slowly (“Baaaaacon Jaaammmmm”) with one hand over you heart, the other raised to the heavens. You might even bow your head, close your eyes, and let a tear of gratitude slowly well up and spill over your cheek.
It’s that good.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.ezrapoundcake.com/archives/19726
You should know that this recipe gets side-tracked to the point where you might want to abandon it, but it does end beautifully. Trust me, and hang in there.
If not, you can always purchase ready to eat. Bacon Jam here: https://www.baconaddicts.com/vendors/tbj-gourmet
Filled with sour cream and caramelized onion spread. This my friends, will be your new go to snack!
Click here for this recipe: http://abc.go.com/shows/the-chew/recipes/bacon-and-cheddar-baked-potato-puffs-clinton-kelly
The perfect pasta. Why? Because it uses BACON!!
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Penny Kazmier shares her "go-to" recipe for making simply roasted asparagus fancy. Of course, it includes Bacon!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.dailyherald.com/entlife/20180328/roasted-asparagus-with-bacon-shallot-vinaigrette
Weather is warmer, time to start cooking outside! We had a fire recently and I suggested we try adding strips of Bacon to the layered graham-cracker sandwich, and after we did, everybody agreed that Bacon’s meaty-saltiness adds just the right touch to this to-die-for summer favorite.
Click here to see this: https://thequad.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/12/tailgating-recipe-bacon-smores/
This my all time favorite dough to use for sandwich rolls. These Bacon burger buns turned out perfect. You have to try these! (You can, and should, add more Bacon!)
Click here for this recipe: http://www.mommyskitchen.net/2008/05/bacon-cheeseburger-buns.html
I think we can agreed that all Bacon is pretty great (personally, I've never met a Bacon I didn't't like lol). But, have you ever had Bacon that was life-changing? Like so delicious, you realized after eating it that you might never be buying supermarket Bacon again?
Bacon produced in small quantities offers a level of quality you won't find with mass-produced brands. Bill-E's Small Batch Bacon is made using only the finest ingredients and perfectly honed techniques. The pork belly is hand-cured for 8 days in pink curing salt and brown sugar made from real molasses. Bill E turns the bellies every other day to further enhance the flavor, before cold-smoking them in hickory to produce sweet, savory and remarkably tender results.
But, don't take our word for it...try Bill E's Small Batch Bacon here: https://www.baconaddicts.com/vendors/bill-es-small-batch-bacon
Bill-E's Bacon was named "One of the Four Best Bacons in America" by Food Writer Scott Gold and the best Small Batch Bacon by Inside Hook and Uncrate.
America loves juicy, tender, slow-smoked ribs. From the backyard griller and campsite cook to the seasoned BBQ pro, everyone has their secret recipe for the best ribs on the block. So what could be better than tossing a slab on the smoke and enjoying the fruits of the barbecue? How about wrapping those ribs in delicious, smoky Bacon! Smoked Bacon-Wrapped Ribs… mhmm!
Click here for this recipe: http://50campfires.com/smoked-bacon-wrapped-ribs/