One of the major reasons I love cooking bacon on the grill is that it is so easy to cook and it gets all the flavor of the meat and fat. This recipe yields bacon that is extremely tender, juicy, and moist – and not at all greasy.
The trick to keeping bacon on the grill is baking it briefly in the oven to keep it from drying out. I don’t want to take away from the beauty of the grill that it is as easy as flipping the bacon on and flipping it back, but if you’ve never mastered the art of grilling bacon, you’re in for a treat.
Bacon looks like nothing more than an oversized steak and is always difficult to handle, even when you’re using a sharp spatula and a heavy pan. Thats why its so important to learn how to flip, and how to cook it properly. To prepare the bacon properly, you need an even heat in the pan and a bit of fat on the bottom of the pan. The heat should be so high that it cooks the bacon quickly without burning it.
Baking bacon is a good way to break it down into pieces that are easier to handle, and it can really help the cooked bacon brown a bit faster. It also helps the bacon absorb and release more flavor, too.
Cooking your bacon in the pan will give you a good bit of control, and the fat will help it absorb juices and absorb some of the flavor. Having a bit of fat on the bottom of the pan is also a good thing. As long as you have a few drops of fat on the bottom, you can make a thin layer of grease that will keep the bacon from burning. We all know how much bacon takes to burn on the grill after you start cooking it.
If you’re making a bacon sandwich, the bottom of the pan should be pretty thick. This keeps the pan from sticking and also helps to prevent the fat from burning.
If you’re making a bacon sandwich, be sure to have a thick bottom pan. A thin, shallow pan will burn very easily. This is why you should buy a double boiler thermometer, which can tell you the temperature of a pan without taking the time to read the label.
The double boiler thermometer was invented in 1907 by a German scientist named Dr. Joseph Kieser. It is an electronic device that measures the temperature of a pan without having to open the lid.
If you’re making your own bacon for a sandwich, be sure to buy a large pan. The thinner the pan the smaller the slices and the faster you’ll cook them.
A double boiler thermometer is pretty simple to use. You just put your pan of bacon on the double boiler thermometer, set the temperature, then turn the heat up to 225°F. After it reaches the desired temperature, you place the lid on top and set the time to start cooking. If you’re using a regular oven, just place the oven door on the top and wait for it to heat up to 225°F, then remove the oven door.