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.
Made this as part of an Easter dinner meat and cheese platter. It was really good and really popular. I think next time I might turn the temp down just a tad, maybe 350, so it can cook just a bit longer to get the middle crisp without burning on the edges.
Loved this recipe!
We only cooked for 25 minutes. Awesome!!!
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