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Bacon and buffalo wings are two of the best things in the world - period. I have taken 5 weeks out of my personal time to travel the world and push the limits of technology that we have today. The result of my quest was and will always be the greatest creation of all time; surpassing 3D printers and laser cutters by a long shot, I have created something that no one would have that ever thought we would have today. The future has so much in store for us, and this recipe is just the first stepping stone of the future. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the buffalo chicken sauce infused bacon.

If you haven't already traveled across the world to achieve the same goal as I have, you are already one step ahead of the game. Besides being an amazingly delicious snack that is perfect for any occasion because bacon and buffalo sauce are things you can eat 24/7 365, it is also quite simple and cost-efficient to create this unknown piece of mankind.

With that being said, let's begin our journey to create something more extravagant than the study of molecular biology and atomic bombs. No relation.

Step 1: Ingredients

These ingredients couldn't be any simpler.
  • bacon
  • buffalo wing sauce
I used a generic store brand sauce (which was pretty good), but Frank's Hot or Frank's Hot Buffalo Sauce works amazing as well.

optional:
  • steak seasoning; bacon flavored

Step 2: Preparation

Let's start off with slicing up your bacon in half, no matter how many you're using. I cut 7 pieces into smaller slices to get about 13-16 slices. 

Stuff a few small plastic ziploc bags with bacon and pour in some buffalo sauce. There is no limit to how much or how little buffalo sauce you can add. This is your recipe, make it your own and make it ridiculously delicious. Mmmm, I'm getting hungry just thinking about it. Do not underestimate how delicious these are. You will immediately want to make more. Give the bags a good shake for about a minute and stick them in the fridge for a few hours so the sauce can soak into the bacon. 


Yummy.

Step 3: Oven Lovin'

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, remove your bacon from the refrigerator, and place them on a baking sheet. (You might need more than one.)

Place them in the oven and remove them whenever you'd like. I like my bacon really crispy, but I'm not going to tell you how to make yours! Geez, someone telling me how to make mybacon? Ha! The nerve.

Step 4: Let the Feast Begin

You are now done. If you just opened your oven, you probably just got smacked in the face with the intensity of the aroma.

Wonderful, isn't it?

If you want to view deliciousness, simply look in front of you and view it. 
Anything you want to eat, eat it.
Want to change the world? There's nothing to it...

There is no,
food I know,
to compare with,
~buffalo sauce infused bacon~...
eating these, 
I am free,
because I truly wish to be....

I used this idea to make the greatest party food ever. Buffalo-infused-bacon-wrapped smoked chicken wings. AMAZING!!! Thank you for the inspiration!
I love bacon
simply in awe!! I'm doing this like tonight.. your a national treasure there I said it.. bless you my lord.. lol
You are amassing
Did it stick to the foil
Nope. Just spray your foil with some non-stick cooking spray and you're good to go.
How long did you cook it for though so I have a time estimate on when they are ready
Cooking time will vary based on the bacon thickness, Thin sliced bacon can be done in as little as 7 - 10 minutes, thick sliced can take half an hour.
I cooked them for about 20 minutes.
It's impossible to read this article and not doing it with Mikey's voice! <br> <br>You, my friend, have climbed Mount Olympus, have seen thundering and allmighty Zeus to his eyes and told him &quot;nectar and ambrosia? C'MON! I will show you the true Food of the Gods!&quot;
Sir, you have converted me. You may have saved my relationship. This looks cool. Thank you :)
yes. just yes!

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