Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Bacon It!


Ever since I made Devil On A Horseback, I have this compulsion to make bacon wrapped things. Bacon makes everything taste good. I love, love, love bacon. 

Drawing inspiration from those bacon-wrapped skewers at Chihiro, I bought some baby eryngii mushrooms to wrap with bacon.


Eryngii mushrooms are very meaty and these baby ones are very suited for this purpose. I also had a bunch of spring onions in the fridge. These also got wrapped in bacon.


They were all baked in the oven at 180C for about 22 minutes. Between the eryngii mushrooms and spring onions, I enjoyed the spring onion ones more. So delicious.


These make very good finger foods for dinner parties or snacking in front of the TV. I'm looking for more things to bacon wrap hee...hee...

34 comments:

  1. The only thing I ever wrap bacons in is hot dogs. Hehe.

    Love your finger food. I bet I can finish it all.

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  2. Oh my! Bacon!!! Love it but it's too expensive, can't have it often.

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  3. I only have eyes for the spring onions wrapped in bacon, I did not even notice the mushrooms until you mentioned them. I think I will like the spring onions wrap more because the spring onions bring a certain refreshing taste to the bacon. These are so easy to eat. If I don't control myself, I think I can eat many, many rolls of these. How many did you eat at one go?

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  4. Wow!! More babi gulung recipes from you! I am amazed that we could almost gulung anything and swallow. Sedap Gila Babi! Muahahahaha

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    1. Your next dinner party, this will be on the menu. wokeh?

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  5. I think for bacon wrapped things, we need to use thin slices of bacon, right? Unfortunately, I can't find thin slices in Aeon's non-halal section...the ones I buy are cut too thick for this purpose. Aiyo, ten pcs only...where got enuf...can finish in one go! :P

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    1. Eh, don't have kah? I got my bacon from Aeon pork shop too.

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  6. I love bacon too and still have a few packets of bacon in freezer. Thanks for sharing this recipe, PH! :)

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  7. The baby Eryngii mushrooms has a quite thick "body", can it be fully cooked within 22 minutes?

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    1. Yes, it was fully cooked in this time. Very meaty.

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  8. First, I must go find some thin bacon and then I will want to make some of these. I have some home grown spring onions in my garden. Nice!

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    1. Fresh spring onions from the garden lagi best!

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  9. They look delicious, I am afraid too little for me:)

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    1. Must make more, then! hah..hah...

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  10. I imagined the taste just now... Yes, I think the bacon with onions is a better combination.. hahaaa...

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  11. Love the food shots, babe! Bacon makes my knees go weak! xoxo

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    1. Thanks! I have a weakness for bacon too :)

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  12. if you're feeling indulgent, you could try making chocolate-covered bacon someday, sprinkled with sea salt and crumbled nuts! :D

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    1. Oh my.... you are giving me such evil ideas! LOL!

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  13. Definitely not enough for me

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  14. I got my hubby to eat shrimp for the first time (and like it!) when I wrapped it in bacon. Love these fun appetizers!

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    1. Bacon makes it all go down easy. LOL!

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  15. I totally understand your obsession. Back home though, the bacon is so much better (maybe a little biased ;-)

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  16. So rajin masak dan kreatif tau u ni LL....

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    1. Senang nak buat ni, Hainom. That's why LL buat.

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