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A short video showing a quick, simple but REALLY tasty BBQ snack. Replacing the batter of an onion ring with...bacon!

Cooking temps were approximately 140C / 285FThis fun dish can be served to keep your party happy whilst you cook the main BBQ, or to be added to other dished (imagine them on a burger).

Anyway, please enjoy the video, make them yourself and comment if you like them!

<p>They kind of unraveled a bit, but they were great on burgers</p>
<p>ah great work @makendo - if this happens again, secure with cocktail sticks. Mine were fine but I've seen it happen.</p>
<p>Oooh, my arteries...</p><p>These look fantastic. Baconion burgers on the menu this weekend for sure.</p>
<p>Looks wonderful. How long did they take please?</p>
<p>Approx 30-40 mins (140C) depending on how crispy you like your bacon @mnmama! :-)</p>
<p>Thanks David. Let's me know how long I would have to wait for them. Better eat lunch that day or I'll be drooling all over the kitchen waiting for them!</p>
<p>That wouldn't be good @mnmama :-)</p>
where is the video
<p>sadams25 - should be there now, apols! :-)</p>

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