How To Boil Bacon?


Boiling American Bacon reduces its saltiness and smokiness, making it suitable for meals where the “chew” is desired but not at the expense of the other components. Boiled English bacon, made from a different cut of swine than American Bacon, is often used to describe a stand-alone dish of boiled Bacon, cabbage, and carrots — when you serve this dish, you can almost hear Big Ben toll and the River Thames flow. The main difference between the two recipes is the cooking time.


Fill a pan halfway with water and drop the Bacon in.