Homemade Smoked Bacon Recipes

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WebSmoke the bacon. Preheat your smoker to 160-170 degrees F using your favorite hardwood. Apple, maple, and hickory are all …

Rating: 5/5(18)
Calories: 24 per serving
Category: Side Dish

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WebHot smoke bacon at 300 degrees F for 25-40 minutes, or until it reaches the desired doneness / smoke level. Your smoke time will vary wildly based on your smoker, …

Ratings: 1
Category: Appetizer, Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Total Time: 35 mins

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WebSimply say the word “ bacon ” and you have people’s attention. Crispy, savory, and salty, bacon is the perfect accompaniment …

Estimated Reading Time: 50 secs

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WebWhile bacon may be cured in sugar, it is typically present only in trace amounts in the final product — unless there is sugar added later, usually in the form of brown sugar, molasses, or maple syrup. …

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WebCommodity grocery store bacon uses Prague Powder #2 which has a blend of salt, sodium nitrite, and sodium nitrate. It is often …

Ratings: 560
Calories: 94 per serving
Category: Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Side Dish
1. Skin it. If the skin is still on the belly, remove it and use it to make cracklins. It is sometimes hard to tell if it is still there. It is usually a darker tan color compared to creamy colored fat. You should be able to make a cut in fat with your thumbnail. Your thumbnail will only make a dent in skin. Leaving skin on causes problems for salt penetration, and when you fry it, the skin gets very hard and you probably won't like the texture. Removing the skin can be tricky. Sometimes you can grip a corner with your fingers and run a knife under the skin to peel it back by running the knife between the skin and fat. Sometimes you just have to shave it off with a sharp knife.
2. Cure it. Pour everything except the meat into a zipper bag large enough to hold the belly. A 1 gallon bag will hold a single 3 pound slab. Zip the bag and squish everything around until well mixed. Now add the belly, squeeze out the air as much as possible and squish some more rubbing the cure into the belly and coat all sides. Put the bag in a pan to catch leaks and place in the fridge at 34 to 38°F for 3 to 5 days. If the belly is thicker than 1.5" check the calculator here. The belly will release liquid so every day or two you want to gently massage the bag so the liquid and spices are well distributed, and flip the bag over. NOTE: If you use more than one slab in a bag it is crucial that the slabs do not overlap each other. Thickness matters!
3. Rinse off the cure. Remove the belly from the bag, and throw the liquid away. Quick rinse it to wash off any thick deposits of salt on the surface. Most recipes tell you to let the slab dry for 24 hours so the smoke will stick better, but, as the AmazingRibs.com science advisor Dr. Greg Blonder has proven, smoke sticks better to wet surfaces, so this extra step isn't necessary.
4. Fire up. If you are using a grill, set up for 2-zone cooking or fire up your smoker.

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WebClose lid and smoke until pork internal temperature hits 150°F (65°C), about 5 hours. Remove pork belly from smoker and rest until completely cooled. Once cooled, …

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WebHow to make homemade smoked bacon 1. The cure The purpose of a cure is to remove water from the meat as a method of preserving it. The trick to the cure is to …

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WebPlace the pig shots on a grill rack, over a foil-lined baking sheet into your smoker. Let them smoke at 150 degrees for a half hour, and then adjust the temperature to 400 degrees. Let the bacon shots cook …

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WebMake your own Keto, Low Carb, Paleo, Dairy & Gluten Free bacon from pork belly and a few basic seasonings! Prep Time 10 minutes Cook Time 4 hours 30 minutes Additional Time 7 days Total Time 7 days …

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WebDirections In a bowl, mix all ingredients except the pork belly into a paste. Cut the pork belly into to equal sized pieces and pat dry with a paper towel. Put one half of the pork belly in a jumbo (2.5 gallon) …

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WebThey are satisfying and delicious, but maybe just as surprising, they are also pretty healthy as well. Here you’ll find all kinds of simple bacon recipes, from appetizers and salads to …

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WebHey Keto Mama has created a mock mac and cheese, mixed with smoked sausage for a yummy low carb recipe. Low Carb Sausage and Spinach Casserole …

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WebEvenly divide cream cheese between each jalapeno half. This will be 9.5 grams of cream cheese, or roughly 2 teaspoons, per jalapeno. Smooth and level out the cream cheese with a knife. Wrap …

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WebSmoky Chipotle: Combine 1 teaspoon each of chipotle chili powder, cumin, smoked paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and cracked pepper and rub liberally …

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WebThis recipe for Low Carb Creamy Smoked Haddock Cauliflower Casserole is brought to you by LowCarbBabe.com and includes FREE DOWNLOAD and FREE 7 …

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WebMake these: Preheat oven to 375F. Cut a Hass avocado in two, season lightly with salt and pepper. Add a few slices of smoked salmon and crack an egg in the …

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