The Best Microwave Bacon Cooker

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Microwave Bacon Cooker - The Original Makin' Bacon Microwave Bacon Rack - Reduces Fat up to 35%
Prep Solutions by Progressive Microwavable Bacon Grill
Joie Piggy Microwave Bacon Tray with Splatter Lid, Holds 4-5 Strips of Bacon, 10.5 x 8.5 x 2-Inches
Nordic Ware Microwave Bacon Tray & Food Defroster
Presto Bacon Microwave Cooker, Black
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MAKIN BACON Microwave Bacon Cooker
Prep Solutions by Progressive Microwavable Bacon Grill
Joie Piggy Microwave Bacon Tray with Splatter Lid
Nordic Ware Microwave Bacon Tray & Food Defroster
Presto Bacon Microwave Cooker
Brand
MAKIN BACON
Prepsolutions
MSC International
Nordic Ware
Presto
Prime Benefits
Price
$12.99
$14.02
$10.85
$14.99
$15.69
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Microwave Bacon Cooker - The Original Makin' Bacon Microwave Bacon Rack - Reduces Fat up to 35%
Title
MAKIN BACON Microwave Bacon Cooker
Brand
MAKIN BACON
Prime Benefits
Price
$12.99
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Prep Solutions by Progressive Microwavable Bacon Grill
Title
Prep Solutions by Progressive Microwavable Bacon Grill
Brand
Prepsolutions
Prime Benefits
Price
$14.02
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Joie Piggy Microwave Bacon Tray with Splatter Lid, Holds 4-5 Strips of Bacon, 10.5 x 8.5 x 2-Inches
Title
Joie Piggy Microwave Bacon Tray with Splatter Lid
Brand
MSC International
Prime Benefits
Price
$10.85
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Nordic Ware Microwave Bacon Tray & Food Defroster
Title
Nordic Ware Microwave Bacon Tray & Food Defroster
Brand
Nordic Ware
Prime Benefits
Price
$14.99
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Presto Bacon Microwave Cooker, Black
Title
Presto Bacon Microwave Cooker
Brand
Presto
Prime Benefits
Price
$15.69
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Do Microwave Bacon Cookers Work? Let’s Find Out!

How to Cook Bacon in The Microwave?

Microwave Bacon Cooker Buyers’ Guide

How long to cook bacon in the microwave?

The average cooking time for bacon is about a minute per slice. However, it is obviously different for different thickness of slices. The tools you will need for cooking bacon in a microwave are a dish and paper towels. Microwave the bacon in the oven for a minute on high power. After a minute, remove it from the oven and check its readiness. Depending on your preferred style, if you like it very crispy, you can leave it in the oven for an additional 30 seconds. Again, based on your preferred crispiness, the thickness of the slice, and the heat of your oven, cooking time may vary.

How to know when bacon is done?

Generally, using a food thermometer is the best way to know for sure whether the meal is undercooked. Many people think that undercooked bacon is harmful to health; however, studies show that raw bacon itself is very low risk. Experts mention that you can check the readiness of your bacon by its crispiness. However, if you want exact timing, a slice of bacon is almost 0.03 inches thick. Usually, a 1-inch thick steak is cooked well-done under 169F, taking from 8 to 10 minutes. So, your bacon slices, which are almost 30 times thinner, will be at an acceptable temperature after a minute.

How to keep bacon warm?

If your bacon is cooked, but it is still not the right time to eat, you may want to keep it warm and fresh until it is the right time. A good method will be putting slices back to the oven, which is not cooled right after you have turned it off. When it comes to reheating the bacon, it may be tricky, but it is possible to “return” its initial taste and crispiness. You can reheat a slice of bacon in a microwave at a low temperature, and for a short time, it will be quickly ready without being overcooked. Another method to keep it warm is reheating in the skillet pan. Obviously, it will not be as quick as with microwave but still is an effective way to preserve its warmth and taste.