Bacon Burrito

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It's easy and full of yummy cholesterol

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Step 1: Bacon Wrappers

layout some strip of bacon on your clean surface.

Step 2: Add Healthy Sausage

slap some sausage on your bacon

Step 3: Roll With It

roll the bacon goodness making sure to tuck the sides in.

Step 4: Let It Crisp

I cooked mine at 380f for about an hour.
garnish with avocado to make yourself fell less guilty!

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    awsomepeson

    2 years ago

    this would be good for my bacon diet

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    gdsmit1

    3 years ago

    I can feel my arteries hardening as I read this. Good job.

    My only question is where's the butter?

    "Butter up that bacon.

    Bacon up that sausage."

    --- Homer Simpson

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    Darknessblade.

    3 years ago

    give it a upgrade. and add baked bacon to the sausage/meat

    like a bacon overdosis

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    GyroHeatbacon_builder

    Reply 3 years ago

    Well if wrapping in bacon I prefer pork. The French have an amazing dish called a Galantine, you remove the skin from a chicken without puncturing,....turn meat into a sausage then wrap in its own skin. Escoffier is my gastronomic hero.

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    Bob Marston

    3 years ago

    Also known as a bacon explosion; thank you for enlightening others to this...so good and totally healthy!

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    Bob MarstonBob Marston

    Reply 3 years ago

    Also forgot to mention weaving the bacon makes it easy to hold it all together during cooking and looks pretty nice too

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    GyroHeatBob Marston

    Reply 3 years ago

    Good point Bob, didn't think to do that! Bacon art is an art in yummy.