Bacon Weave – Caveman Keto https://cavemanketo.com Weight loss through low carb cooking Tue, 27 Feb 2018 11:11:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.10 Caveman Keto Recipes: Bacon Explosion https://cavemanketo.com/video-bacon-explosion/ https://cavemanketo.com/video-bacon-explosion/#comments Sun, 26 Jan 2014 14:17:30 +0000 https://cavemanketo.com/?p=3732 Make the ultimate meat mash-up with this bacon wrapped, pork stuffed, bacon lined, cheese filled masterpiece! This step by step guide will show you how to make the perfect bacon weave as well as the perfect bacon explosion! For the recipe and step by step instructions, check out the original Bacon Explosion! Related Kitchen Essentials …

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Make the ultimate meat mash-up with this bacon wrapped, pork stuffed, bacon lined, cheese filled masterpiece! This step by step guide will show you how to make the perfect bacon weave as well as the perfect bacon explosion!

For the recipe and step by step instructions, check out the original Bacon Explosion!

KitchenAid 4.5 Quart Stand Mixer
The KitchenAid mixer is a classic in any kitchen. Even though baking is tough on keto, there are still plenty of uses for this thing. You can bake some cheesecake, grind some meat, and even make ice cream!
KitchenAid Food Grinder Attachment
KitchenAid mixers all have an accessory port on the front of the unit and this attachment allows you to grind all sorts of food! You can make your own hamburger meat mixes or even grind some meat!
OXO Fish Spatula
This is hands down, my favorite spatula. I don’t even let it go in the dishwasher for fear I’ll need to use it during the hour wash cycle. Its that amazing. The longevity and flexibility allows you to get under bacon weaves or complex egg structures with ease.

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Fry-day: DIY Bacon Weave Frying Basket https://cavemanketo.com/fry-day-bacon-weave-frying-basket/ https://cavemanketo.com/fry-day-bacon-weave-frying-basket/#comments Fri, 08 Nov 2013 12:30:55 +0000 https://cavemanketo.com/?p=2627 Ever since I started using my deep fryer I knew I wanted to fry bacon.  Sure, I had fried bacon in the first intro to deep frying article but it twisted, turned and wasn’t very useful for anything but bacon bits. I knew there had to be a way but I wasn’t sure how to …

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Ever since I started using my deep fryer I knew I wanted to fry bacon.  Sure, I had fried bacon in the first intro to deep frying article but it twisted, turned and wasn’t very useful for anything but bacon bits. I knew there had to be a way but I wasn’t sure how to go about it. Then, as I was walking through an asian grocery store, I saw this grill basket.  I got inspired and realized I could shape a standard grill basket into a custom press that could hold foods while frying.  This way I could get that perfect, bacon weave shape but in the deep fryer.  So, today on my Fry-day series I’ll show you how to make a bacon weave frying basket!Completed Grill Basket

Here’s the finished product.  Basically I created a basket with a lid that you can clamp down on food to hold it in the oil.Grill BasketStart with a grill basket like this one.  The benefit of using a grill basket as opposed to raw materials from home depot is that this device is already designed and certified to work with food.Grill Basket with Fryer

So this picture shows the problem.  My fryer, and many like it, are round.  Even the larger ones are rectangular and this shape won’t do.One Side of Grill Basket

So, I traced out the outer dimensions onto the basket.  Originally I thought I was going to make a round bend basket but I ended up with a rectangle for engineering reasons.Grill Basket with Clamps

So the first step was to cut down the grill basket to a dimension that will fit in the fryer.  Then I used some bar clamps and two pieces of wood to hold the metal grate down.  Then I used a combination of bending by hand and hitting it with a hammer to bend the clamp into a right angle.  This is so that it will fit in the basket and also so you have a handle to pull the device out of the fryer.Bent Grill Basket

Now as you can see we have the base of the fry basket.

Bent Basket in Fryer

And, as you can see, it fits in the fryer.Second Part of Grill Basket

Now I got to work on the second section.  With this model grill basket, one section runs horizontal while the other one runs vertical.  So, I couldn’t cut the horizontal piece, but rather I had to bend it.Side of Grill Basket Top

I again clamped the piece between two boards and banged away with a hammer.Two parts of Grill Basket

Now I had the flat bottom piece with the vertical runs and a second piece with the horizontal runs.Clips on Grill Basket

I reattached the two pieces together with the clips.  These came with it, I just used some pliers to get them apart and I reattached them with it.Bacon Weave Start

For the bacon weave, take some thick bacon and cut it in half.  For more information on making a bacon weave, check out the original article or the video on YouTube.Bacon Weave

Form a cross pattern with the bacon.  This is a 3×3 but you could make any configuration from 2×2 to 6×6 or even 3×4’s, etc.Bacon Weave on Grill basket

The bacon weave fits perfectly into the bacon weave frying basket.Captured Bacon Weave

Then close the top to secure the bacon weave!Basket in Fryer

Throw it in the 375 degree oil for about 5-7 minutes or until crispy.Fried Bacon Weave

Here’s the bacon weave after frying.  As you can see the basket did a pretty good job of holding it down.Finished Bacon Weave

Here’s the finished product!  Its a great topper for a burger or as a bread substitute!

I hope you enjoyed this installment of my Fry-day series.  Leave a comment on what you think I should fry next!

DeLonghi Deep Fryer
If you follow the blog, you know that I’ve gotten a little obsessed lately with my Deep Fryer to the point where I post a weekly Fry-day article. I had one of these in college and it always made me feel guilty using it. I feel so liberated that there are all sorts of keto friendly fried foods like nuggets, wings and brussels sprouts!
Cone Filters, 50 Pack
To keep your frying oil clean, you really need to filter it on a regular basis. Fryers will come with one or two filters in the kit but they run out fast. This 50 pack will keep you going for well over a year
Filter Stand
Use this stand in conjunction with standard cone filters to easily filter your oil. This system is in place of the filtering method that comes with your fryer.

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Caveman Keto Quick Tips: Making a Bacon Weave https://cavemanketo.com/making-a-bacon-weave/ https://cavemanketo.com/making-a-bacon-weave/#respond Tue, 23 Jul 2013 03:49:54 +0000 https://cavemanketo.com/?p=3088 Ever wonder how to make the perfect bacon weave? Look no further!  Using a bacon press and a cast iron pan I’ll show you the formula for the ideal weave.  Use it as a bread replacement, on top of a burger, or with bacon eggs Benedict! Check out the original recipe for the full ingredients, …

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Ever wonder how to make the perfect bacon weave? Look no further!  Using a bacon press and a cast iron pan I’ll show you the formula for the ideal weave.  Use it as a bread replacement, on top of a burger, or with bacon eggs Benedict!

Check out the original recipe for the full ingredients, tools used and nutrition information: Bacon Weave Open Sandwich

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Caveman Eggs Benedict https://cavemanketo.com/caveman-eggs-benedict/ https://cavemanketo.com/caveman-eggs-benedict/#comments Tue, 17 Apr 2012 21:08:32 +0000 https://cavemanketo.com/?p=754 I LOVE Eggs Benedict!  It is one of my true weaknesses.  Although I hadn’t had it yet while on keto because you need an english muffin and you have to make hollandaise sauce.  I’ve made it in the past with the sauce from a packet but that has carbs in it. So, I was watching …

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I LOVE Eggs Benedict!  It is one of my true weaknesses.  Although I hadn’t had it yet while on keto because you need an english muffin and you have to make hollandaise sauce.  I’ve made it in the past with the sauce from a packet but that has carbs in it. So, I was watching one of my favorite shows, The Pioneer Woman, and she showed how to make Hollandaise sauce from scratch!  This, combined with my trusty almond buns, and we’ve got some Caveman Eggs Benedict action!

Caveman Eggs BenedictHere is the finished product!  I ended up using almond buns, cheese, a bacon weave, a poached egg and the hollandaise sauce. I started by making the sauce, for this, head over to The Pioneer Woman’s site for the recipe.  It was pretty simple, I just mixed the eggs, lemon juice and melted butter in my mixer.

Finished Almond BunsHere are the completed almond buns.

Pressing Bacon WeaveHere is a picture of the bacon press working its magic on the bacon weaves. For a more detailed explanation on making the 3×3 bacon weave click in the link or watch this YouTube video.

Boiling WaterNow is the complex part, you want to setup for making the poached eggs.  Start by bringing the water to a simmer and adding some vinegar, then, and this is key, swirl the water.  You can kind of see it in the picture above, but you want a sort of vortex in the middle.  This ensures your eggs will be whole rather than a hot mess.

Eggs in prep cupsBefore I put the eggs in, I break them into prep bowls to make the process smoother.  You want a clean and quick entry into the water and its better to not directly crack the eggs into the water.

Poached EggHere is the egg mid poaching.  You want to cook it for around 3 minutes.

Finished Poached EggHere is the finished egg. I was originally going to use a slotted spoon (pictured in back), but it turned out my fish spatula was actually the best tool for the job.  Shake off any excess water and get to assembling!

Almond Buns and Bacon WeaveTake an almond bun and put a bacon weave on it.

CheeseAdd cheese on top of the almond buns.

Finished Caveman Eggs Benedict!And here is the finished product!  It was pretty amazing and I had enough hollandaise sauce to make this for days!

Recipe:

Hollandaise sauce: It’s Eggs Benedict Day!

Almond Buns: Faux Bread Quest: Holy Grail! Almond Buns!!!

Caveman Eggs Benedict
 
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Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 2
  • Serving size: 1
  • Calories: 557
  • Fat: 51
  • Carbohydrates: 4
  • Fiber: 2
  • Protein: 23
Prep time: 
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Total time: 
Ingredients
  • 1 Hollandaise sauce
  • 2 Large Eggs
  • 4 Slices Bacon
  • 2 Slices Cheddar Cheese
  • 2 Almond Buns
  • 1 Tbsp White Vinegar
Instructions
  1. Make Hollandaise sauce per recipe above
  2. Make Almond Buns per recipe above
  3. Simmer some water and add 1 Tbsp Vinegar
  4. Break eggs into prep bowls
  5. Create two 3x3 bacon weaves and cook until crisp
  6. Swirl water and add egg yolks, cook for three minutes
  7. While eggs are cooking, take an almond bun, top it with a bacon weave and some cheddar cheese, then the cooked egg
  8. Drizzle with Hollandaise sauce!
 

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Kitchen Sink Keto Burger! https://cavemanketo.com/kitchen-sink-keto-burger/ https://cavemanketo.com/kitchen-sink-keto-burger/#comments Sun, 11 Mar 2012 13:17:17 +0000 https://cavemanketo.com/?p=575 Sometimes you just want a burger. I wanted a burger that encompassed everything keto had to offer.  Of course that had to include bacon, a bacon weave, fried eggs, beef and cheese!  I tried to fit the kitchen sink but the metal had hidden carbs 😉 Here is the result, boy was it good! The …

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Sometimes you just want a burger. I wanted a burger that encompassed everything keto had to offer.  Of course that had to include bacon, a bacon weave, fried eggs, beef and cheese!  I tried to fit the kitchen sink but the metal had hidden carbs 😉

Kitchen Sink Keto BurgerHere is the result, boy was it good!

Bacon bitsThe first step is to cut up some bacon to make bacon bits for IN the burgers.  I took one slice for every two burgers, so four in this case.  Just cut them up and fry them in a skillet until mostly crispy.

Cubed CheeseThe second inside burger ingredient is cheese!  I used my cheese slicer to cut some cheddar into small blocks.  This thing is really nice to quickly cut cheese into uniform sizes.

MeatThrow everything into a large prep bowl.  Here I’ve used 80/20 ground beef, cheddar cheese, bacon, eggs, almond flour, Worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper.  Mix it all up with your hands and form into patties.  I normally cover my scale with saran wrap and either decide on a size ahead of time like say 6 oz or divide the whole weight into something like 8 portions.  This helps both with portion control and for even cooking.  In this case I chose 6 oz burgers.

Formed BurgersHere are the completed burgers.  It didn’t completely work out with the 6 oz portions so I made one small one.

Bacon WeavesFor an added touch, I threw together some 3×3 bacon weaves.  Make sure to get these together before you start so you are ready to go all at once. For each one take two pieces of bacon and divide them into three equal pieces.

Burgers on GriddleHere are the burgers on my new cast iron griddle. I preheated it with both burners for about 5 minutes and then turned them to low for the actual cooking. You could also cook your burgers on a grill or in a regular skillet but I wanted to try out the grill part of this griddle.

Bacon Weave, Burger and Egg cooking at the same timeHere we’ve got everything going at the same time!  This is almost all of my cast iron in use at once!  The bacon weaves are under the bacon press and in the back I have my egg topper being cooked up in an egg form. For more information on how to make a bacon weave, check out the YouTube Video!

Romaine Lettuce LeafsTake your Romaine lettuce leafs and cut them in half to form the bun.

Assembling the burgerHere is the final burger.  You could also use almond buns as the bread substitute instead of lettuce but with all of the stuff we’ve packed on and into this burger, it would be quite the high calorie meal.

Kitchen Sink Keto Burger
 
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Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 7
  • Serving size: 1 (6 oz patty with egg and bacon)
  • Calories: 727
  • Fat: 58
  • Carbohydrates: 3
  • Fiber: 1
  • Protein: 49
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Ingredients
  • 42 oz Ground Beef (80/20)
  • 2.5 oz Cheddar Cheese, cubed
  • 3 slices Bacon
  • 1 Tbsp Worchestershire Sauce
  • 2 Large eggs
  • 1 Tbsp Almond Meal (optional)
  • To Taste Salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder
Instructions
  1. Cut up bacon and cook until crisp
  2. Cube Cheddar Cheese
  3. Combine beef, eggs, cheddar, bacon and seasonings with hands, make 6 oz patties
  4. Cook patties to desired temperature on skillet, griddle or grill
  5. (Optional) Create 3x3 bacon weave to top burger
  6. (Optional) Top burger with cheddar cheese
  7. (Optional) Fry egg and put on top of burger

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Faux Bread Quest: Bacon Weave Sandwich! https://cavemanketo.com/faux-bread-quest-bacon-weave-sandwich/ https://cavemanketo.com/faux-bread-quest-bacon-weave-sandwich/#comments Thu, 08 Mar 2012 20:12:39 +0000 https://cavemanketo.com/?p=502 Update: I’ve posted a YouTube Video on how to make a Bacon Weave! I’ve looked at lots of different bread replacements such as almond and flax buns, peanut butter bread and minute muffins.  Another twist is to use meat in place of bread like in the meatza.  This takes it a bit further and uses …

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Update: I’ve posted a YouTube Video on how to make a Bacon Weave!

I’ve looked at lots of different bread replacements such as almond and flax buns, peanut butter bread and minute muffins.  Another twist is to use meat in place of bread like in the meatza.  This takes it a bit further and uses a bacon weave as the basis for a breakfast sandwich.  I’ve made weaves before for breakfast but I didn’t have all of the tools at the time to make a really solid sandwich.  Now that I have my cast iron griddle and my bacon press, I am all set to make a perfect breakfast bacon weave sandwich!

Completed Bacon Weave SandwichHere is the finished sandwich; man do I love bacon!

Bacon SlicesStart with four slices of bacon.

Cut into thirdsCut them into three equal sections, you will now have 12 mini slices of bacon.

Double Bacon WeaveWeave the 12 pieces into two bacon weaves.  You want to buy thick, even bacon.  Also, make these weaves really tight because you want a solid surface for your “bread”.  The bacon will essentially glue together during cooking if it is placed really close like this.

Griddle and Bacon pressHere are our tools.  We will be using the cast iron griddle and a bacon press.  Additionally, I use a fish spatula to help in manipulating the bacon weaves but anything should work.  You can also cook the bacon in a regular skillet, its just harder to get it all to line up with the bacon press.  I don’t think you can do this without a press because the bacon won’t lay flat and glue together.  I set both burners to low and preheat the griddle AND the bacon press.  It is sitting on the back there so it actually gets hot as well to cook from both sides.

Bacon weave on griddleTransfer the bacon weaves to the griddle.

Bacon press on bacon weaveAs you can see, the press perfectly covers the two bacon weaves.

Bacon Weave in ProgressHere is the bacon weave in progress. You can see that with the press the bacon stays uniform and is starting to “glue” together.

Egg FormA big advantage of using a griddle is multitasking.  You can cook your eggs at the same time as the bacon. A lot of people have been talking about making either the almond or flax buns using egg forms instead of the muffin top pan.  I bought some to try it out. First though, I’ll use it for what its meant for, eggs! Notice the bacon grease making a seal with the egg form. This is important so that the egg doesn’t all seep out under the form.  You also want to preheat it a little.

Egg form in actionHere it is in action.  Unfortunately my yolk broke during the cooking process 🙁  However you still get the point.  Next time I would break the egg into a prep bowl first to make it easier to drop in.

Cheese on eggsJust for kicks I used the egg form to cut out the cheese so it fit perfectly.

Finished Bacon WeaveAt this point your bacon weave should be done.  With the bacon I have one half is a little smaller than the other and this comes across on the weave.  But you can see the bacon is perfectly flat and has pretty much merged into one cohesive piece.

Completed Bacon SandwichAnd there you have it!  A completed Bacon Weave Sandwich!

Variations:

2x2 bacon weaveIf you want a little less bacon for caloric purposes, you can make 2×2 sandwiches.

2x2 bacon sandwich

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Bacon Weave Open Sandwich https://cavemanketo.com/bacon-weave-open-sandwich/ https://cavemanketo.com/bacon-weave-open-sandwich/#comments Sat, 18 Feb 2012 15:57:08 +0000 https://cavemanketo.com/?p=320 Update: I’ve posted a YouTube Video on how to make a Bacon Weave! On the weekends I like to cook breakfast from scratch.  During the week I will often eat something premade that is easy to reheat like breakfast quiche or breakfast muffins. Today I wanted to make an open sandwich with my two favorite …

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Update: I’ve posted a YouTube Video on how to make a Bacon Weave!

On the weekends I like to cook breakfast from scratch.  During the week I will often eat something premade that is easy to reheat like breakfast quiche or breakfast muffins. Today I wanted to make an open sandwich with my two favorite things, eggs and bacon!

Bacon Weave Open SandwichHere is what we ended up with, a bacon weave open sandwich.  Let’s see how its made!

Bacon weave in skilletStart by cutting 3 slices of bacon in half.  I use thick cut bacon, specifically, Wellsley Farms Thick Cut bacon from BJ’s, if you happen to have one near you.  It comes in a two pack and it works well for weaves.  Make a mini three by three weave as shown and carefully transfer it to the pan.  I use my fish spatula for this purpose. As an aside, I actually got the idea to use a fish spatula from my hero, Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman.

Bacon Press on Bacon WeaveThe key to perfectly flat bacon, especially with a bacon weave like this, is a good, solid bacon press.  Cook the bacon until its pretty well done on one side, you need the bacon to essentially glue itself together.  Another key here is to cook it low and slow, don’t cook the bacon too fast or it will burn and curl.

Two Bacon WeavesTo prove this point even more, the bacon weave on the left is how it turned out before I remembered I owned a bacon press 🙂

Fry up some eggsWhen I’m done with the bacon, I drain most of the grease into my bacon grease keeper.  I keep some in the pan to cook the eggs.  My wife doesn’t like runny eggs but I do so I break hers with the spatula after cracking both eggs into the skillet.  Unfortunately my floors aren’t level (damn landlord!) so my yolks always lean towards the right.  Oh well.

Flipped EggsJust starting out, you wouldn’t think that cast iron would be good for eggs.  But once your skillet is seasoned properly, its better than any other cookware out there.  And its cheap!  This one is a standard lodge 12″ that I’ve had for a few years now.

Cheesified eggsThrow some cheese on the eggs.  The cheese never seems to melt when put on afterwards, so I make sure to get it started in the pan.  I think the cheese I use, sargento cheddar slices, is pretty thick so it needs to melt in the pan a little.

Finished ProductHere is the final masterpiece! I ended up just eating it with my hands.  It turned out even better than I had hoped.  The bacon really fused together and the weave turned out great!

Bacon Weave Open Sandwich
 
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Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 1
  • Serving size: 1
  • Calories: 315
  • Fat: 26
  • Carbohydrates: 1
  • Fiber: 0
  • Protein: 23
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Ingredients
  • 3 slices Thick cut bacon
  • 1 slice Cheddar Cheese
  • 1 Egg
Instructions
  1. Slice bacon in half and make a weave
  2. Cook weave, low and slow, making sure to keep it flat either with a spatula or bacon press
  3. Remove bacon and let dry on paper towels, crack egg into bacon grease
  4. Top egg with cheese
  5. Remove egg and cheese and place on bacon weave

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Bacon Basket Weave https://cavemanketo.com/bacon-basket-weave/ https://cavemanketo.com/bacon-basket-weave/#comments Fri, 10 Feb 2012 16:24:05 +0000 https://cavemanketo.com/?p=112 I’ve always been fascinated by bacon weaves.  Maybe I was too into basket weaving at summer camp but it really calls to me.  My first experience was with creating a bacon explosions.  However for that task I used full strips of bacon.  Recently I wanted to make a more cup size bacon weave and off …

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I’ve always been fascinated by bacon weaves.  Maybe I was too into basket weaving at summer camp but it really calls to me.  My first experience was with creating a bacon explosions.  However for that task I used full strips of bacon.  Recently I wanted to make a more cup size bacon weave and off I went.

Finished Empty Bacon BowlHere is the end result.

Steps:

Tricut BaconPut three pieces of bacon on your cutting board; make sure they are sturdy pieces and not broken.  Cut them into three with a sharp knife.  I used a deboning knife which is designed to be very sharp but able to maneuver.

Start of Bacon WeaveCut the bacon in half, then lay half of the bacon out in rows.

Beginning of bacon weaveStart weaving! Fold over every other piece as shown below and add a new piece on top.

Finished Bacon WeaveAll Finished!

Prep bowl on panTake a mini prep bowl and invert it onto a backing sheet.  It might be better to use one with lips unlike I did in case the bacon juice spills.  Make sure the bowl is oven safe.

Foil BowlFirmly tent the bowl with tin foil.  Turn up the edges to catch the bacon grease.

Bacon Bowl ready for cookingCarefully transfer the weave to the foil.  I used a fish spatula. This is a very useful tool for working on this sort of thing since they are really long and thin. Also, if you’re cooking with cast iron it doesn’t matter that its metal.
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Mostly done bacon bowlCook it for 17 minutes at 450 degrees, it should look something like this.

Fully cooked bacon bowlFinish it off on broil for 2-3 minutes

Finished Empty Bacon BowlAnd its done!!! Fill it with whatever you fancy.  Overall it turned out well but I think next time I would make it larger.  It didn’t go far enough down the bowl to make a really obvious bowl.  It was still totally delicious!  I might also cut the bacon in half and make a full length weave.

Bacon Weave Bowl with Chicken SaladHere is the final product with some Chicken Salad on it.

Bacon Basket Weave
 
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Bacon Basket Weave.
Ingredients
  • 3 Bacon Strips
Instructions
  1. Slice the bacon in three pieces lengthwise with a sharp knife.
  2. Cut all the pieces in half.
  3. Separate the bacon pieces and lay half of them out parallel to each other
  4. Fold every other piece back and put a new piece down.
  5. Repeat until all pieces are used.
  6. Take a cup, cover it in foil, and place the weave on top of it.
  7. Cook for 17 minutes at 450 degrees.
  8. Broil for 3 minutes.
  9. Your done!
 

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