Did You Know You Can Cook Bacon In The Microwave?

Bacon Microwave, Cooking bacon in the microwave, Cook bacon microwaveThere are few better smells in the morning than the aroma of cooking bacon. The problem is bacon can be a messy and tricky treat to cook at times, you must watch it so it does not burn and be careful of the grease it produces. Cooking it in a frying pan requires you to keep an eye on it and produces a very greasy result as it is cooked in contact with its fat.

A boiler frees your time up a little because you can leave the bacon cooking on a low heat, and you can even place it on a rack with a pan underneath to catch the fat, making it healthier. These are two of the main ways you may likely cook bacon, but cooking bacon in the microwave is also now an option.

Cooking bacon in the microwave with the Kitchen Craft Microwave Bacon Cooking Racks cooks the bacon in a fraction of the time, and without you having to watch over it.

Holding the bacon slices up off of the base, the rack keeps them from cooking in their own fat and allows heat to circulate all the way around. The rack can help cook bacon, pork chops and chicken in a tasty and healthy way.

It can also be used for hot dogs, corn dogs and other microwaveable snacks. It is microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe, but it cannot be used on the stove.

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