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Asda Butchers Selection Unsmoked Back Bacon

“Fabulous Bakin' BACON”

Written on: 02/03/2014 by FlyGuy (11 reviews written)

I recently stumbled upon a cracking purchase from the Asda on a recent visit to store, ‘Asda Butchers Selection Unsmoked Back Bacon’, a munificent 10 rasher/300g pack for a sensible £2.00 outlay, that’s just £0.20p/rasher! I have observed this product retailing at an inflated fee of £2.18 which of course heaves the per rasher price to a less eye-catching near £0.22p but this scenario can often be rectified with the accompanying 2 for £4.00 promotion. A general ‘rule of thumb’ I… Read Full Review

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Jonaths's Response to FlyGuy's Review

Written on: 07/03/2014

Great review! Looking forward to trying out that cooking methodology. I normally just bung my bacon in the frying pan.

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Flyguy's Response to FlyGuy's Review

Written on: 08/03/2014

appreciate the feedback guys, I did find this cooking method to be the one which would score most highly if we undertook a secret ballot.

I do hear what you are saying regarding 'letting the rind' have exposure to a 'naked' heat source. I find that draining any moisture/fluids that have emitted during the midway turn/flip over procedure will encourage the rind to colour and crisp

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Timmytank's Response to FlyGuy's Review

Written on: 07/03/2014

Wow. You have obviously gone to some effort getting your bacon sarnie procedures just so, but I would have to disagree and say that the key for me, is letting the rind of the bacon get a good sighter of the grill element, thus ensuring that is it crisp. Your technique does solve that age old problem of the curly bacon rasher, and for that I give you kudos my fellow bacon aficionado.
Great review

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