Servings: 6 to 8
Inspired by the candied “millionaire’s bacon” at San Francisco’s Sweet Maple restaurant, this version has even deeper flavor, thanks to soy sauce and Chinese five-spice powder. It’s like spicy bacon candy, great for breakfast, as an appetizer, chopped into a salad, or even sprinkled over ice cream.
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Such a good nibbler with drinks before a meal. I broke the slices into bite-sized pieces, piled them into a wide, shallow bowl with not a crumb left at night's end.
I had trouble getting the bacon to crisp, but that may be due to being thick cut - I didn't want it burned from the sugar before it got crisp, so I lowered the temp, baked it a few minutes longer and that seemed to help. Bravo!
This is simply incredible. I made it, broke it into smaller pieces for an appetizer plate and brought it to a New Year's celebration. Not a single morsel was left and everyone wanted the recipe!
So good! Perfect with some good whiskey.
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