Premium Bacon

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Crunchy, juicy, and tasty — that’s bacon for you. Complete your breakfast, lunch, or dinner with premium bacon strips from Tenderbites.

Premium Bacon

Exceptional
Quality
Any Cut,
Any Request
Packed How
You Want It

Bacon is salt-cured meat. It’s absolutely hard to resist because of its salty, sweet, fatty, and smoky flavors! Prepare your bacon strips and enjoy their delectable goodness. You can fry them for breakfast or add the bacon to your sandwich or carbonara.

Savor the crispy, tasty goodness of our bacon strips. Get our premium bacon cuts today!

  • Packed how you want it.
  • Any cut, any request.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I cook bacon?
Many people cook bacon in a frying pan. If you’re using this method, follow these steps to get crispy, tasty bacon:
  1. Pour a tablespoon of sunflower or vegetable oil into your frying pan.
  2. Heat the pan over medium-high heat until hot.
  3. Add the bacon and cook for two to four minutes on each side until you’ve fully rendered the fat.
Can I cook bacon in the microwave?
Yes, you can cook bacon in your microwave. But before you do, get some paper towels and put them on top of the meat. This will help absorb fat and reduce the grease smell while still ending up with crispy, savory bacon.
How do I cook bacon in an air fryer?
Place your bacon strips in your air fryer basket. Make sure you’ve laid the strips in a single layer. Then, set your air fryer to 400° and let the bacon cook for 10 minutes. If you want thoroughly cooked bacon, you can turn and rearrange the strips with tongs at the halfway mark.
How do I preserve bacon?
Refrigerate or freeze bacon after cooking it. If you’re freezing uncooked or unopened bacon, wrap any of these packages in tin foil so they don’t spoil.
As for open, uncooked bacon, consider covering the meat with tin foil or placing it in an airtight container. And if you’re refrigerating cooked bacon, cut it into small portions and wrap it with paper towels.

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