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Praline Bacon

Elevate your favorite-tasting thing in the world to a whole new sweet & smokey level. A plate of this, which is best made with regular-sliced bacon, alongside a plate of fried thick-slab bacon are always a hit with people over for breakfast. Blowing people's minds with bacon is easy.

1 lb. of bacon, sliced
1 cup sugar
1/3 cup chili powder
1/3 cup pecans, ground

Preheat oven to 375.

Lay bacon flat on baking sheet(s).
Combine sugar and chili powder well and sprinkle over bacon.
Sprinkle ground pecans over as well.
Bake for 10-12 minutes or as directed on bacon package.

Notes:
· the idea behind this is, that as the fat in the bacon cooks and melts, it dissolves the sugar which then caramelizes to the bacon, helping the pecan to stick.

· You do not have to use all the sugar or chili powder. I usually do this recipe by eye and, in fact, just came up with the measurements a minute ago. (It is great though to have the sugar mix on hand when you need).

· Allow the bacon to fully cook, but not burn. Allow the bacon to cool thoroughly, too, so that the sugar cools and hardens a bit.


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