So, here’s the deal. I can eat breakfast at any time of day. The same can be said for bacon. Because, well, bacon. You know what else? It’s already the weekend. Which means, brunch and brinner are abound! I already brought you a dose of healthy the last time around so, this time, I’m bringing you straight up comfort food. If you’re not already hypnotized by that glazed yummy bacon, let me go further into explaining why it made it’s way over here, because there’s a whole lot more where this came from.
Here in Puerto Rico, lifestyle bloggers are few and far between. Food bloggers? Even further. So when I stumbled upon Pizca de Gourmet, I went serial social follower crazy and within a couple of minutes I was already a happy involuntary stalker. Devorak from the blog Pizca de Gourmet is the mind behind the Spice Honey Glazed Bacon that you see here. She’s also the lady behind the most compelling stories. But, I’ll let her introduce herself…
“Hi! I’m Devorak Amadeo and I am very happy to share a piece of my work in Eimy’s blog. This bacon is super simple and extremely delicious. You must give them a try, not only for breakfast but for warm snacks or a cocktail party. Can you imagine it with a nice artisan cold beer?! I served with my everyday simple pancakes, you can check the recipe over my blog. Enjoy!
Now, for the yummy recipe:
Honey Glazed Spiced Bacon
What you need:
- Good quality bacon – ½ lb
- Honey – ⅓ cup
- Ground cardamom – ¼ Tsp
- Ground cinnamon – ¼ Tsp
- Ground ginger – ¼ Tsp
How to do it:
Preheat oven to 425°. Cover with aluminum foil a baking sheet and place a baking rack on it. In a small bowl mix well the honey with the spices.
Place each stripe of bacon over the rack. Brush honey on each stripe with a pastry Brush, using half of the honey for one side. Brush them completely, you want every piece of the bacon well gazed. Place the tray in the oven and cook for 10 minutes. Retire the baking sheet and close the oven door. Using a cooking thong carefully flip the bacon stripes. Brush them with the remaining honey and bake again for 10 minutes. Retire from oven and let them rest for 5 to 10 minutes to let the glaze set and get sticky.
About that pancake recipe? I’ve got ya covered… Visit Devorak’s blog Pizca de Gourmet for her Everyday Delicious and Fluffy Pancakes!
For more recipes be sure to follow the blog Pizca de Gourmet. Thanks for the recipe Devorak!