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FIYS North Country Smokehouse Applewood Bacon

Updated: Mar 2

(FIYS: Flavor it yourself!) BLT's are a unique American staple. It is one of the most common sandwiches that has multiple identities across the country. Everyone has their own version of what goes into a good BLT, what toppings, what spreadables, and even the types of bread for the ultimate bacon-fix! These BLT's are made with North Country Smokehouse's applewood bacon. Their bacon has such a clean flavor with a gentle smoke aroma, and this served as perfection all on its own. What if you wanted more than just awesome bacon? This also allows for a whole different avenue to take when you want to add your favorite sauces or spice rubs to your bacon!


For the applewood smoked bacon and other amazing meats, please visit North Country Smokehouse's website or check your local stores! You will need half-sheet pans, lined with parchment paper. Preheat your oven to 350°F.


INGREDIENTS:

1lb/453g North Country Smokehouse Applewood Smoked Bacon Your favorite sauces and/or spice rub, your choice

  1. Each parchment-lined half-sheet tray, pour just enough sauce (approximately 2-3oz) to cover both sides of the bacon strips. Four strips can easily be coated with no more than 3oz.

  2. Keep the spice rub to one side of the tray. Place your strips of bacon and then lightly coat the tops with more rub.

  3. If you opt to try all of the sauces, follow step 1.

  4. Bake in the oven with a timer set for the first 25 minutes. Check for doness and make adjustments to your times for personal preference.

  5. BE CAREFUL not to overcook as the sauces and spice rub have sugar. You will run the risk of burning the bacon.

  6. OPTIONAL: Cook the bacon traditionally and then smear on your favorite Big Dog Sauce and/or house seasoning.

  7. YOUR CHOICE: The types of bread, lettuce, tomatoes, and spreadable condiment is entirely up to you.



RECOMMENDATIONS: North Country Smoke House complete line of bacon, deli meats, ham, and poultry. The entire line will do well with this method!



DISCLAIMER: Recipes, photos, and videos are the ownership of Konky's Creative Kitchen, which will include appropriate designation to all parties. This recipe development will contain products North Country Smokehouse. I am not employed by North Country Smokehouse. All logos identified by the parties in this content belong to their rightful owner and credit/identification/links will be provided. This is not a paid promotion. Written permission was given directly from North Country Smokehouse to use their logo.

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