Making bacon in the oven is the easiest, neatest and quickest way to cook bacon. There’s no grease splattering all over the stove. Plus, you can make a lot of bacon at one time instead cooking multiple batches.
This chicken fried rice is a great weeknight dinner the family will really enjoy. In this recipe, chicken breast are seasoned, cooked in bacon drippings and then combined with crispy bacon, eggs, edamame and green onions. The ingredients are affordable and easy to find, plus you can turn one pound of chicken breast into dinner for the whole family.
This bacon and lentil soup is easy to make and delicious. In this recipe, bacon is cooked until crispy, then onions, carrots, celery and garlic are sautéed in the drippings. Add a few spices and you’ll have a hearty and flavorful pot of lentils. This soup is great for weeknights since lentils cook up pretty quick; by bean standards.
If you’re looking for a delicious and easy-to-make side dish, these Green Beans & Bacon are just the thing. In this recipe, onions and garlic are gently sautéed in butter. Then we add fresh green beans, crispy bacon, and gently cook them with a little bit of beef broth until they’re perfectly tender.
How do you get your family to love lentils? Add spaghetti and bacon of course. This Lentils with Spaghetti & Bacon recipe is really easy to make and absolutely delicious. We keep it simple with just a handful of ingredients: onions, garlic and oregano are…
This Bacon and Eggs Fried Rice is quick, easy and affordable, perfect for busy weeknights or cheap eats when money is a little tight. You probably have most of what you need in your pantry and fridge already. Dig deep, I’m sure there’s a bottle of soy sauce in there, and that carton of eggs is probably going to expire soon. Use up the rest of the bacon, make some white rice and dinner is done.