Brown Sugar Bacon Wrapped Chicken is one of my favorite dinners! Making this again tonight! You roll the chicken in spices and then wrap in bacon. Then roll in brown sugar and bake. SO easy, tender, juicy & flavorful. My family loves this chicken dinner! AD
Recipe For Brown Sugar and Black Pepper Bacon - If you’re a fan of “salty/sweet” AND a bacon fan, then this dish is for you. Also goes so good in baked beans, The best ever!~ just popping this here so I don't forget to make for snack at event.
Brown Sugar Bacon aka Candied Bacon aka the Best Bacon EVER! This easy bacon is baked in the oven with a topping of brown sugar and pepper, and comes out sticky, sweet & savory. Absolutely drool-worthy!
Brown Sugar & Bacon Puff Pastry Twists Recipe. When in doubt, serve bacon! Delight your party guests with these Puff Pastry twists featuring bacon, brown sugar and some kicked-up Parmesan cheese. They're a distinctive, delicious and flavorful appetizer – and will surely be a hit at your holiday gathering! http://www.puffpastry.com/recipe/61476/brown-sugar-bacon-puff-twists
Brown Sugar and Bacon Bacon Beans | These baked beans are semi-homemade and the perfect blend of sweet, savory and smoky! Topped with delicious bacon, they're sure to be a hit! | http://thechunkychef.com
Maple Candied Bacon - 1 lb. bacon, sliced 2 tbsp. pure maple syrup ¼ c. brown sugar 2 tsp. Dijon mustard ½ tsp. Kosher salt ¼ tsp cayenne pepper Preheat oven to 350 F. Wrap jellyroll pan with foil; top with a wire rack. In a bowl, mix syrup, sugar, mustard, salt, and pepper; add bacon & toss. Place bacon in single layer on rack. Bake in center of oven 20 - 45 min. It should look slightly dark and crispy. Remove from oven: cool 5 min. Serve at room temp.
Pork tenderloin is on regular rotation at my house, both for its flavor and its ease. We love to marinate it in sweet and savory teriyaki sauce, or serve it with a big dollop of Spanish-style romesco. But our current favorite is definitely wrapping that pork tenderloin in bacon, because as my neighbor says, pork on pork can never be a bad thing. And I must say I agree.