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How To Make Chicken Fried Bacon

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After being inspired by the Pig Candy instructable, I decided to give chicken fried bacon a whirl. So here goes....

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Step 1: Ingredients That You Will Need

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The ingredients are pretty simple. You will need the bacon, of course, some oil of your choosing, white flour, bread crumbs, eggs and whatever spice mix that you prefer, I like Lawry's

Step 2: Setting Up The Coating Mix

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You will need three shallow bowls, lined up in a row, and a seperate plate to put the coated, raw bacon. The first bowl has the flour, at this time mix in a teaspoon or two of the spice and mix it in well with a fork. In the second bowl, crack two or three eggs and beat them well. The number of eggs that you will use depends on how much bacon that you are going to fry up. The third bowl has the bread crumbs.

During this time, you will add approximately two inches of oil to a medium sized frying pan and heat it on the stove top. SAFTEY TIP- turn the handle of the frying pan to the inside of the stove top so that you don't accidentally tip over the pan and spill the hot oil. You can seriously burn yourself!!

Step 3: Dredging The Bacon In Flour

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Take a strip of bacon and liberally coat in flour, ensuring that the entire piece is coated.

Step 4: Dipping The Bacon In Egg

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The next step is to dip the bacon into the egg batter. Egg batter sometimes doesn't want to co-operate and will not cover the bacon in some places. It is important to ensure that the bacon is totally covered in egg.

Step 5: The Breadcrumb Coating

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This is the final step of the coating process. Put the bacon onto the breadcrumbs and pat them down onto the bacon. Lift out the bacon strip with your fingers and give it a little shake to release any breadcrumbs that have not adhered properly.
pokemoneg2 years ago
mmmm food :3
cflores13 years ago
mmmm..... bacon
Asmodeo5 years ago
Gorgeous! This method of coating is called "Milanese" (from Milan, Italy) In my country, Argentina, It's part of our culinary religion!!! It is like talking to God himself... Try It with cow meat slices (2 to 3 mm thick, no more) I do them in this manner: (we don´t use flour) a)mix the eggs with the spices, crushed garlic is a MUST b)soak the meat in the eggs, for at least one hour c)like in your recipe, there goes the bread crumbs and frying. d) best companions: fried potatoes and/or fried eggs, or merely potatoes or sweet potatoes pureé
Ah, Yes! I had something very similar to that in Uruguay. US food isn't nearly as good as down south there.
You , lucky guy!!!
Meaning no ofense, "down under" here We have tastier foods than "up there"in USA, with a few exceptions....

mmmm mmmm cow meat!!!
wow, thats kind of sad, u dont noe thatr bacon comes from a porker? (other wise known as pig)
DERP he's talking about Asmodeo's comment that says USE COW MEAT. Pretty sure cow is from cow not pig.
oh ... awkward moment... so uncomfortable O__O
actually its pig
eetzel Asmodeo4 years ago
That is chicken fried steak.
Stereosage3 years ago
I recall as a child seeing an episode of Gomer Pyle USMC, where Gomer prepared bacon by dredging it in flour with a bit of sugar and cooking it in an oven.

I tried this method years later and it is very nice, but messier then a fry pan. Take about a half cup of white flour and a heaping teaspoon of sugar. Coat the bacon in this mixture and cook it in the oven at 350 degrees (a pre-heated oven). Use a rack with a suitable baking pan underneath, to catch the fat, which will be clear and usable for other cooking. Watch the cooking time, though. Because the direct heat is not as intense, it does not shrink as much. Turn it over after ten minutes and cook another 5 to 10 minutes as needed.

Enjoy
jtewell3 years ago
Once you are done ^with^ all the cooking. For some reason Canadians, especially the younger set, tend to omit important prepositions and create rambunctious run-on sentences.
PKM5 years ago
Aha- I always wondered what "chicken fried" meant. I always assumed it was like frying eggs in the fat you just cooked the bacon in, but with chicken, or something disgusting like that. I assume the name means "battered and fried as if it were fried chicken"? Deep fried (ulp) bacon? If ever there was a "so wrong but so right" food, this is it.
Doggie Stylish (author)  PKM5 years ago
The whole "chicken fried" thing is definetely an american thing. I am a Canadian and until I ate at my first Denny's, I wondered what the chicken fried thing was too. And let me tell you, eating this food is total happiness in the belly!!
Probably more Southern US.

I grew up in the Northeast and I'd never heard of chicken frying anything but chicken, which is just frying.
dchall85 years ago
What? Where's the cream gravy?
yes, chicken fried requires cream gravy. We've had this at restaurants and it is wonderful!
Doggie Stylish (author)  dchall85 years ago
the ranch dressing was camera shy
PetBennett4 years ago

that is sick. :l

Asmodeo5 years ago
Excuse me .... I forgot: chicken breasts, finely sliced, milanese style, with a tomato-lettuce-sweet onion salad... a SUMMER SPECIAL !
branonls5 years ago
Nutritious and delicious. Glad I could inspire you.
frollard5 years ago
deep fried (non battered) bacon tends to actually have less fat than panfried bacon - the fully engulfed bacon in hot fat melts more fat than being in a pan where some can be missed. The batter sadly holds onto a lot of fat - which makes it so tasty :D This looks wonderful! NOW we need battered deep-fried bacon coated in chocolate.
Doggie Stylish (author)  frollard5 years ago
hmmmm, you've got me thinking...
Man-O-War5 years ago
Is this a tasty alternative to cyanide?
Doggie Stylish (author)  Man-O-War5 years ago
yes it is, my friend
The classic Homer Simpson "You believe what i believe, now Butter your bacon!"
l8nite5 years ago
well done instruc, great pictures to ! There's been a lot of deepfried bacon on the food channel the past few years and I keep thinking SOMEDAY....
Grathio5 years ago
Oh wow. This is an Instructable that's after my heart. Literally out to destroy my heart. Since it's going to kill be anyway I'd probably make a dip from mayonnaise and Chinese spicy mustard. And there would need to be beer.