The bacon usually comes from pork fatty side, but the gill is precisely hog jowls. The jowl bacon has more fat than the typical bacon, so you should use a dam if you’re going to fry so that the press take off more fat meat. Bake or cook jowl bacon in the microwave are the best options because it will cook more evenly and release more fat. The bacon can be enjoyed alone or used in pork and beans or in other recipes.
Heat a skillet over high heat. The pan is ready when water droplets evaporate to drop them in the pan.
Add the bacon strips in a single layer and place the dam over them. If a dam is small, a few slices fried simultaneously.
I fried the bacon for two minutes, then turn with tongs bacon and fried for two minutes. The bacon is ready when browned on both sides.
Gill Place bacon on a plate covered with paper towels to drain. Serve hot.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Place bacon in a single layer on a ungreased baking sheet. Place the baking sheet in the oven and jowl bacon for 10 minutes, turning once, until bacon is browned.
Remove bacon from the baking dish and place on a plate covered with paper towels to drain. Serve hot bacon.
Place bacon double chin forming a single layer on a plate covered with paper towels. Place another sheet on top of the bacon.
Cook bacon in the microwave for five minutes at high power. The bacon will be ready when browned.
Remove the dish from the microwave and remove the bacon from the paper towels immediately. If you let the bacon to cool it will harden and stick to the paper towels. Serve hot.