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Candied Bacon Recipe | Bacon on a Stick Instructions

Candied Bacon with the Rada Spatula.

Everyone loves bacon, but not everyone has had it candied! This candied bacon on a stick is has that great bacon taste along with a sweet kick that has to be tried to be believed!

Candied Bacon on a Stick Recipe

Ingredients you will need:

  • Bacon strips
  • Agave nectar or honey
  • Dark brown sugar
  • Shish kebab sticks

In an oven pan, place strips of bacon.

Chef Ted places bacon in Rada Rectangular Baker.

Drizzle agave nectar or honey over bacon.

Chef Ted coats bacon with agave nectar.

Rub nectar or honey in with a spoon.

Chef Ted spreads agave nectar over bacon.

Sprinkle brown sugar over bacon and rub in with a spoon. Place pan of bacon into pre-heated oven until a boil is reached.

Chef Ted spreads brown sugar over bacon.

Remove bacon from oven. Place on plate to to cool.

Chef Ted places bacon on plate.

Using shish kebab sticks, carefully spear the bacon and place upright in Styrofoam.

Chef Ted spearing bacon with shish kebab.

Serve and enjoy!

Chef Ted with completed Maple Bacon on a Stick.

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Candied Bacon on a Stick Video Recipe

 

Candied Bacon on a Stick Video Transcript

Hi, I’m Chef Ted, and today I’m in the Rada Cutlery kitchen. Today I’m going to show you how to make Candied Bacon.

I like to find really good, solid pieces of thick bacon. You can get them right out of your butcher’s case at your supermarket. I like using a bit of agave nectar, which is a little bit of a sweetener from a plant. You probably could use honey. I just run a little bead along each strip of bacon. Take the back of a spoon and spread it evenly.

Now I’m going to take a little bit of brown sugar and lightly sprinkle it over the top. Spread that around. Cook it until it’s boiling and bubbling.

Now we’re going to pull the bacon out of the oven. I’m going to take the bacon out and set it on a plate to cool a little bit before I start handling it.

Now I’m going to take regular shish kebab skewers and I’m going to poke it through. And I’m going to zigzag it up. I’ve just got a regular piece of Styrofoam that came with something that I bought recently. I’m going to stick the skewer in there so they can hang up and cool off and it lets the caramelization set a little bit for it.

Now we’re just going to let the candy set on the bacon. Then it’s ready to serve! Bacon on a stick.

End of Video Transcript

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