- You Cook On A Pan That’s Too Hot
The right way to cook bacon is to start it on a low to medium heat pan to allow the fat to liquify instead of burn so very little carcinogenic compounds can form. That way, your bacon will turns out nice and crispy, not burned and bland.
When adding bacon to other dishes like caseroles or a pasta bake, some might think that the bacon loses its saltiness but trust us, bacon is usually heavily seasoned so you don’t really have to add that much salt when cooking.
Undercooking meat is never a good idea so try not to do that with bacon.
It’s important to strain your bacon grease because little bits of burnt parts can be healthy for you.
Overcrowding the pan with bacon is never a good idea because when bacon strips are too close with each other, they tend to steam instead of cook thoroughly.