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The Web’s Best Recipes With Bacon

The Web’s Best Recipes With Bacon
Seeing as how just about every recipe you come across these days includes bacon in one way or another, composing this list was a bit of a challenge. An awesomely delicious challenge, but still a challenge. After lots of searching, cooking and sampling, we can proudly say that these are The Web’s Best Recipes With Bacon: The Manwich First off, make sure you buy some solid bread when you’re making The Manwich. Some cheap soft bread and this sandwich will be all over the floor and you’ll be on your hands and knees eating it, and that’s just embarrassing. Bacon Brittle, Bourbon-Caramel, Chocolate Fudge Brownies What these brownies lack in snappy naming they make up for in sheer deliciousness. Portobello and Bacon Gnocchi Alfredo Despite strong competition from the likes of pappardelle and tortellini, we’d have to say gnocchi is our favorite pasta. Boozy Bacon Jam If you’re looking to bacon-ify your next party – and really, why wouldn’t you be? Bacon and Maple Chicken Nibbles Bacon Hash Browns Related:  Recipe Lists

10 recipes to use leftover cream Which cream? If you want to get the lowdown on which cream to use where, make sure you check out our handy guide that explains the difference between the different types and where you can use each one. A guide to cream Potato bake If you're after the perfect side, or you're just looking for good old-fashioned comfort food, you can't go past a potato bake. Cream required: 1 cup: Potato Bake Easy chicken mulligatawny soup This creamy Indian soup is both easy and delicious. Cream required: ½ cup: Easy Chicken Mulligatawny Soup Chicken and ham frittata Perfect at any time of day, and an ideal addition to a picnic, a frittata is a dish anyone can master. Cream required: ½ cup: Chicken and Ham Frittata Salmon pasta pots A family-favourite, and easy to put together in a flash, this is unfussy cooking at its best. Cream required: 1/3 cup: Salmon Pasta Pots 3-2-1 seafood sauce If you're after a no fuss seafood sauce for your prawn cocktails, or to add alongside a seafood platter, this is it. Butter chicken

30 Amazing Ways You Can Use Matcha Tea To Make Mouthwatering Food It seems matcha is invading our coffee shops, juice bars and, of course, our social media feeds. Like most people, I was a bit perplexed to see all of my favorite smoothies and lattes take chartreuse hues. And that left me with two simple questions: What the hell is this green stuff and why are people so obsessed with it? Matcha is green powder made from ground up green tea leaves. People are going batsh*t crazy over this stuff because you get all the same health benefits from consuming the powder as you would from eating the tea leaves. And matcha actually tastes pretty good, whereas stuffing your face full of green tea leaves sounds absolutely dreadful. Plus, it will give you a serious energy boost; matcha has the same amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee. If that doesn’t convince you to hop on the matcha bandwagon, you should also know matcha goes way beyond a form of tea. Take a look at the pictures below to see 30 matcha creations that will blow your mind. Matcha Coconut Pancakes

23 Meals You Can Cook Even If You’re Broke The Best Brownies Ever My Favorite Brownies [Printable Version] Makes 1 – 8 x 8 inch pan Ingredients 1/2 cup (50 grams) unsweetened cocoa powder 1/2 cup (64 grams) all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup (1 stick or 113 grams) unsalted butter 1 cup (200 grams) sugar 2 eggs 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract Preheat oven to 350 degrees (180 C). Grease and flour and 8 x 8 inch glass baking dish. In a medium bowl, combine the cocoa, flour, salt, and baking powder; set aside. In a medium saucepan, melt the butter. Add the eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each addition. Whisk in the dry ingredients until combined and pour the batter into the prepared pan. Bake for 30 – 35 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out with a few crumbs clinging to it. Recipe by Darla

Scrambled Egg Muffin - Recipes with Bacon that Won’t Ruin Your Healthy Diet 353 calories, 5.6 grams sugar, 12.8 grams fat, 49.4 grams carbohydrates, 17.6 grams protein True, this savory hash is made with bacon and potatoes, but it’s still an overall nourishing dish! Every meaty, mouthwatering bite is loaded with nutrient-packed veggies like zucchini and corn. Plus, you’ll feel full for hours after digging in. Ingredients: 1/4 lb. bacon (4-5 slices) 4-5 Yukon gold potatoes 1/2 yellow onion, chopped (approximately 3/4 c.) 2 tsp. smoked paprika 1/2 tsp. dried and ground coriander 1 tsp. ground black pepper 1 tsp. salt 2 ears of corn 2 small-ish zucchini Directions: Chop the potatoes and onions into bite-sized pieces. Makes 4 servings. Recipe provided by Savvy Eats

The 20 Best Bacon Recipes Ever It’s a known fact that everything in life goes better with bacon. Once used specifically for breakfast (often times paired with pancakes, eggs and hash browns), bacon has really branched out over the years to be incorporated into both lunch and dinner as well. While bacon is nothing short of heavenly by itself, adding it to some of your favorite dishes results in flavors you couldn’t even begin to imagine. 1. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we figured there was no better way to kick this off than an awesome Turducken recipe. 2. As if the thought of bacon chocolate chip cookies wasn’t mouth watering enough, these baked goods have also been infused whiskey. 3. The real breakfast of champions. 4. Grilled cheese is a staple when it comes to man food, so what do you get when you throw pulled pork and bacon into the mix? 5. If you like spicy, then you’ll love this. 6. 7. As much as we love tacos, we have to admit that we never really thought about throwing some bacon in the mix.

50 Delicious Cookie Recipes | Shari's Berries Blog We love cookies. You love cookies. So why would we only eat them for dessert? Hearty breakfast cookies. Delicate tea cakes. Chocolate-dipped cookies best served with an after-dinner coffee. 1. Liberally infused with pistachios, crammed with chunks of dark chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt, Joy describes these slow bake cookies as “campfire meets fine dining.” 2. They may have started as sugar cookies, but a sprinkle of cinnamon and brown sugar turns this treat into heavenly little cinnamon rolls. 3. The best time to eat these cookies is straight out of the oven. 4. Loaded with “healthy” ingredients like oats, sunflower seeds and dried fruit, we can almost convince ourselves that these cookies are good for us (if not for the heaping cups of sugar and chocolate chips). 5. The balance of bourbon and spice makes this a great cookie for Fall. 6. This sandwich cookie recipe stands out from the crowd by using a peanut butter cookie as the base – rather than just adding a schmear of PB&J.

This Week at Serious Eats World Headquarters | Serious Eats - Mobile Beta!" Ramen Hacks: 9 More Ways To Upgrade Your Instant Noodles Posted by J. Kenji López-Alt, September 19, 2013 at 9:45 AM [Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] We like to think that we take our ramen seriously here at Serious Eats. Today we're dusting off our membership cards to the newly expanded Ramen Transmogrification Society of the Greater Universe (any other members of the RTSGU out there?) If you want to get serious about ramen, well, we can do that. But for now, let's just have some fun, ok? (P.S. The Ramen Burger Click on image to enlarge! We didn't invent it, we didn't perfect it, heck, we don't even necessarily approve of it, but if Ramen Burgers are here to stay (at least temporarily) we might as well make 'em at home so that we can at least trick ourselves into believing that we have some remnants of self-respect and control, right? A wiser man than I once said, "Never go full ramen." Get the full recipe here! Ramen-Crust Pizza Get the full recipe here! Kim-Cheese Ramen Ramen Snack Mix

23 Healthy And Easy Breakfasts Your Kids Will Love 7 Comfort Food Recipes That Are Actually Good For You January presents one of life’s greatest conundrums. Fueled by resolutions and the promise of a shiny new year, we’re supposed to be spending this month sipping kale smoothies, hitting the gym, and generally bettering ourselves. The only problem? Well, it’s January—a bleak, cold, no-end-in-sight stretch of the year; a time when all we really want to do is spend our days hunkered down in a blanket burrito with a space-heater, all twelve seasons of “Murder, She Wrote,” and a never-ending supply of carb-laden comfort food. “Healthy” and “comforting” don’t have to be mutually exclusive, though. Love and Lemons’ Cauliflower Mac ‘n Cheese A prophet once foretold of the day that we would be able to tuck into a giant casserole dish of baked mac ‘n cheese without feeling guilty (or clutching our stomachs in agony several hours later). PHOTO CREDIT: Jeanine Donofrio, Love and Lemons The First Mess’ Rosemary Mushroom and Chickpea Ragout on Toast PHOTO CREDIT: Laura Wright, The First Mess