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    Set the oven to 400. The trick, though, is to put the bacon in when the oven is cold. Otherwise it will burn. I leave it in for about 10-15 minutes depending on crispness preferred. Works like a charm every time!

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    I always cook my bacon on stove top. It makes a huge mess though b/c the grease flies everywhere, but I've found that it gives me the crispiness that I like. I cook it on medium, maybe a little lower if it starts to pop a lot. All of the fat liquifying usually ends up kind of deep frying the bacon in the pan to give it a really nice crisp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaLS View Post
    I always cook my bacon on stove top. It makes a huge mess though b/c the grease flies everywhere, but I've found that it gives me the crispiness that I like. I cook it on medium, maybe a little lower if it starts to pop a lot. All of the fat liquifying usually ends up kind of deep frying the bacon in the pan to give it a really nice crisp.
    I bought a pan spatter cover for just that reason. Not perfect but a lot better.
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    After this thread I re-tried the oven method from cold. I agree it is great, but I find the bacon goes to nothing...... I can eat a whole tray full, like 10 rashers LOL where panfried I only have 3 usually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silvergirl View Post
    I bought a pan spatter cover for just that reason. Not perfect but a lot better.
    Yeah, we really need to invest in one of those

    And I agree... oven cooking bacon is ok, but I found that the fat on it melts instead of getting crispy so you're left with less.
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