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This rectangular, copper-infused ceramic pan is an oven-ready dish in which you can cook crispy, straight and flat strips of bacon while eliminating up to half the fat you'd normally get from cooked bacon. It consists of an upper cooking rack and a larger pan beneath that'll catch excess grease as it drips off each strip. With this pan, you'll also get a recipe book that will help you create various delicious meals that contain bacon.
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In this bacon-cooking pan, strips are separated by the upper rack, keeping them straight and flat, while the pan's design enables hot air to circulate evenly among the strips. Meanwhile, the lower pan will catch fatty grease that's dripping off the bacon strips, and you'll be able to dispose of said grease before you serve the bacon. Therefore, the bacon you and other members of your household end up eating will be evenly cooked and free of excess fat.
To begin using this cooking tool, arrange about a dozen strips of bacon horizontally on its upper rack, keeping the rack separate from the lower fat-collecting pan for the time being. You can choose any type of bacon to cook, including turkey bacon or veggie bacon, of almost any thickness.
Once your bacon strips are arranged, place the cooking rack within the lower fat-collecting pan to prepare the whole thing for cooking.
Next, place your entire pan in the oven and consult your recipe book to find out how long to cook a particular type of bacon for. You may also be able to find this information on the back of your package of bacon, if you're using a package.
When your bacon is done cooking in the oven, remove the upper rack from the lower fat-collecting pan. Dump the grease that has collected in the lower pan in the sink or somewhere else where you normally dispose of liquid waste. Once the grease is gone, your bacon will be ready to serve on its own or be inserted into other food dishes.
This pan is made of copper-infused, non-stick ceramic, so you won't need to spend time and energy scraping any excess grease or food off of it. Instead, any of this will slide right off, leaving the pan completely ready to be washed.
If your pan hasn't gotten extremely dirty from a single use, you'll be able to quickly rinse it off in the sink. However, if it needs a more extensive cleaning, you can safely run both parts of it through the dishwasher.
Many people choose to cook their bacon in a frying pan, but bacon cooked within a frying pan tends to curl up and lose its attractiveness. Plus, the grease generated in the pan will add to the amount of fat and calories in your meal, and may splatter everywhere, messing up your kitchen.
Another way to get great-tasting bacon is to cook it in the oven on a standard cookie sheet. However, your strips likely won't stay quite as flat as they would when being cooked on a rack. What's more, a lot of cookie sheets aren't made of non-stick material, so you'll probably have to treat yours with cooking spray, oil or butter or spend time scrubbing it after you're done cooking.
Cooking bacon in the microwave is a fairly popular choice since it's fast, but some microwaveable dishes can be toxic and therefore could pass toxicity on to you. Microwaved bacon also tends to feel blubbery instead of crispy, and often tastes less good than bacon cooked by any other means.
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