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Old 07-12-2010, 09:39 AM   #1
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Oven fried bacon and eggs

Oven fried bacon and eggs
Im the mother to a large adoptive family (9 boys and 5 girls) and although some are married and no longer here (only 8 of us still here), I still do OVEN FRIED BACON n EGGS most weekends. You can feed a crowd and not be a slave over the stove! EASY!!

Start with a cold oven. Line a large cookie sheet with heavy duty tinfoil. Spray foil with PAM and lay bacon sliced side to side on foil. Put in oven THEN turn to 400* and walk away for 17-20 minutes. When crisp enough (my kids like their bacon a little limp) remove pan carefully. Put bacon on papertowels to drain meanwhile crack as many eggs as needed (today I did 16) into the hot grease on the cookie sheet and return to the 400* oven. Cook anywhere between 10-18 minutes. The yolks will firm up yet LOOK unset and trick you, so test by touching the yolks from time to time to judge. You will soon know the exact time it takes to make them perfect. 45 minutes from start to finish and the foil makes clean up a snap.
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Old 07-12-2010, 09:42 AM   #2
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Oooh! Great idea!
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Old 07-12-2010, 09:47 AM   #3
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mmmmm.....two of my favorite foods, baked together. That does sound good. Maybe with a little cheese sprinkled on top of the eggs when they're done. Ok you talked me into it I'll give it a try!
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MMmmm! I always do my bacon in the oven, but never thought of doing the eggs in there - will have to give it a try, even though it's just DH and me around here. Thanks for the great idea and yeah, a little cheese on top couldn't hurt matters.....
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MMmmm! I always do my bacon in the oven, but never thought of doing the eggs in there - will have to give it a try, even though it's just DH and me around here. Thanks for the great idea and yeah, a little cheese on top couldn't hurt matters.....
Me too. I think baking bacon in the oven is the easiest way to cook it, but I never thought of doing eggs. Thanks for the tip!
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Old 07-12-2010, 02:02 PM   #6
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Subscribing... I love to cook bacon in the George Foreman grill, keeps is nice and flat but normally there's a lot more grease than the little pan will hold.. I will have to try this..
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Old 07-12-2010, 02:17 PM   #7
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awesome idea
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I finally tried cooking my bacon & eggs in the oven and WOW!! The bacon comes out just right, and it doesn't shrivel all up like it does in a frying pan. The eggs come out perfectly!!! I would suggest you turn on the vent, it didn't really smoke but it kept it well ventilated. I cooked the bacon about 20 minutes on 400, started out in a cold oven, and it came out very crisp, so depending on how you like your bacon keep an eye on it. I loved it this way, and the eggs only took about 5 or 10 minutes, not long at all. Just keep an eye on it the first time you make them so you can get an idea how long it takes to cook them to your liking, this is so much easier than cooking in a pan on the stove, there is no slaving over this one!!
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I discovered you can put hashbrowns on one end of the pan when you do the eggs on the other end, for the Carb-a-holics in the family! Of course I dont have any!
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