Bakin Bacon is a tray that will allow you to cook crispy, good-tasting bacon in your oven without dealing with a splattering frying pan or an excessive amount of bacon grease. The tray will fit in almost any pan, and within it, you can cook various types of bacon, such as thick-sliced, thin-sliced, turkey bacon, or veggie bacon. It can also be used for cooking other food items such as roasted vegetables, scallops or small meatballs.
The cost of Bakin Bacon is $10.00 plus $4.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows a free gift which you will receive by paying an extra fee of $4.95 for a total price of $19.90.
Each Bakin' Bacon tray is made up of vertical slots that you'll slide individual strips of bacon into. Due to this design, oven heat will circulate well, and all strips will receive an equal amount of heat. Therefore, every strip will end up being cooked to an ideal quality. Furthermore, since each tray has legs that will raise it up above the pan it's resting in, excess grease will drain off the bacon within it and into the pan.
This tray will hold up to a whole pack of bacon, so it's a good choice if you need to cook bacon for a group of people. However, if you only want to cook part of a pack at once, the quality of your bacon won't be affected by a less-than-full tray.
If you have a dishwasher, you won't need to spend time washing your tray by hand after you use it, as it's dishwasher safe.
Each Bakin' Bacon tray comes with a recipe guide that you can use when you want to find new recipes that involve bacon.
Every Bakin' Bacon tray has two handles, with one located on each side. If you hold onto these when pulling your tray out of the oven, you'll be unlikely to drop your tray or spill its contents. ( Remember to wear oven mitts or use potholders when you touch the handles ).
This tray has been designed with a non-stick surface, so you won't need to spray yours with a cooking spray, and you'll be able to dump bacon straight from the tray onto a serving plate.
The open design of your Bakin' Bacon tray will enable you to add seasoning to your bacon quickly, regardless of whether you choose to sprinkle on a spice or drizzle on a syrup.
It's best to watch a frying pan so you can prevent it from splattering grease all over your stove and floor, but you won't need to watch your Bakin' Bacon tray closely. That'll free you up to cook other parts of a meal or do something else entirely while your bacon cooks.
Since grease will drip off your bacon and into the pan below when you use Bakin' Bacon, the bacon you cook with this tray will automatically be healthier than bacon cooked in a frying pan.
People who have stove tops but no oven won't be able to use Bakin' Bacon. The tray hasn't been designed for safe use in the microwave, either.
As mentioned, cooking bacon in a frying pan is messy, and besides ending up with grease splatters on your stove and floor, splatters could end up on your clothing. Plus, depending on the size of frying pan you use, you may not be able to fit as much bacon into it at once in comparison with Bakin' Bacon.
You can cook bacon in the microwave, but it often feels rubbery instead of crispy, and therefore does not taste as good as bacon cooked in other ways.
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