How do I cook bacon without splatter?
The trick: All you need is water. Yep, it’s that simple. Pour just enough water over your slices in the skillet so they’re submerged. Then, crank the heat up to high.
What causes bacon to splatter?
Often one cause for grease spatter when cooking bacon is that you have the heat too high. When you have the temperature set to high, which is common when cooking bacon, you will almost always hear an initial sizzle. When the grease of the bacon builds up, this sizzle is what causes the grease to spatter out.
How do you keep meat from splattering in the oven?
Bake small birds or cut-up pieces on your broiler tray, rather than in a conventional roasting pan. Drippings will flow through the broiler’s slits to the bottom of the pan, but the perforated top will trap most spatters and keep them from reaching the oven’s walls.
Can a splatter screen go in the oven?
Keeps the front of your oven clean from food ‘splatter’. Catches most of that splatter before it ends up on the floor. Attractive, clear design that is easy to maintain. Designed with the active cook in mind.
|Product Dimensions||30 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches|
|Date First Available||October 23, 2012|
Do splatter guards work?
The mesh keeps (most of) the grease in, but lets steam escape. This is crucial. If you were to, say, use a lid as a splatter screen, you’d end up steaming whatever you’re cooking instead of searing it.