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Old 11-12-2007, 08:52 PM   #11
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Excellent.
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microwave beacon is great.

what kind of tray do you have?

the flat kind or the one where you hang the beacon?
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anyways......... cook it at a minute a strip.

4 pieces 4 minutes and so on

also cover with a paper towel


I have this one. http://www.kitchenemporium.com/cgi-b...od/22cmmb.html (just some random web site) I bought mine at wally world
it works great. and always comes out crispy
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anyways......... cook it at a minute a strip.

4 pieces 4 minutes and so on

also cover with a paper towel
the will also depend on hwo thick it is.. if its very thing its going to cook quicker and if its the 1/4" thick stuff lol then its going o take longer

but i would turn on the grill and put a pan on that
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I agree with Jim, I cook bacon that way a lot.

I recommend using paper plates with paper towel lining the bottom then bacon then more paper towel on top. When you want to cook more bacon, you going to have to use another paper plate.

An alternate option is to find something else to fix...
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Got it! It came out very well. 4 minutes for 3 thick sliced pieces. (the way I like it). I have the bacon tray where you lay the strips on the tray. Surprisingly, it'* just as good as fried bacon.
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I put two layers of paper towels on a flat plate, put the bacon stips on the paper towel and then one paper towel on the top. As Gumball said, 1 minute per strip usually works well. Check on it as it nukes to make sure you haven't overcooked it. You can always add time if the bacon is thick and needs a little more nuking.
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Got it! It came out very well. 4 minutes for 3 thick sliced pieces. (the way I like it). I have the bacon tray where you lay the strips on the tray. Surprisingly, it'* just as good as fried bacon.

even better. less greasy fat.

and still yummy
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less greasy fat.

and still yummy

Impossible! Greasy fat is what makes it goooooooood
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dont worry Doug, I still fry it as well

but when your in a rush, microwave becon and scrambled eggs are just as good.

anyone try microwaved eggs yet?
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