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did not brown bacon slices long enough

Making soup and I did not brown the bacon long enough and now i have soup with mushy bacon slices

asked by Pamela Ooten 4 months ago

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added 4 months ago

I wonder if you can strain them out, rinse off with water and try to sauté? It's worth a shot. If they are crunchy use them to garnish, if they are stiff squishy at least the flavour is in your soup already.

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added 4 months ago

You could brown some more to your desired texture and then use it as a garnish. You will still have the flavor from the original bacon and the crunch from the garnish. I have a clam chowder recipe that calls for browned bacon. The veggies are sautéed in the fat and the bacon goes on top of the finished product.

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