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ChillaxBBQ Stay@Home Recipes #13 – Bacon ‘w’ Grilled Saganaki Cheese

ChillaxBBQ Stay@Home Recipes #13

Bacon ‘w’ Grilled Saganaki Cheese

Again following the pattern with super-simple make-@-home recipes for our little lock-down spell. This is another #BillWallaceFriendly recipe. as it all came from the fridge with no special order being made. This was a sharing platter for Jude Jude and Strawberry Blonde. A great way to get the kids eating whatever you put on the plate but the way, make it. sharing and it will create a little ‘competition’ for the last piece type thing. I put this on the table and 5-minutes later it was all gone. This was ChillaxBBQ Stay@Home Recipes #13.

I had some Saganaki Cheese in the fridge from since forever. This stuff lasts and lasts as it is in a sort of brine in the packet. So. that was being used today, with some streaky bacon and some of those leftover breadsticks. Those breadsticks have been invaluable as a Carb ‘stuffer’ of so many dishes since Stay@Home. I’ll be getting more of them. for sure. They are still super fresh and crispy after a couple of weeks. Altogether, this became Bacon ‘w’ Grilled Saganaki Cheese. So easy. An amazing taste combination together, BFF’s in fact, and how good do they look?

ChillaxBBQ Stay@Home Recipes #13
I think that is. stunning plate for something that took about 5-10 minutes to prep and cook. Come on, you’d order that right if you saw someone next to you munching away on it? Love my little creation of Bacon ‘w’ Grilled Saganaki Cheese.

Of course, my darling SCANPAN came out. Onto the hob and get it nice and hot. Dry-fry (no oil) 3-4 rashers of Streaky bacon. That will leak out fat everywhere anyway. Crisp it a little (Strawberry Blonde likes it soft still, Jude Jude likes it crispy) to a hybrid soft/crisp like in the picture. Remove the bacon and put on some kitchen towel to drain off most of the fat. In the pan, though you now have bacon fat. One of the very best flavourful things for cooking with, in my humble experience. So I fried off the Saganaki Cheese on both sides in the bacon fat until nicely golden brown as you can see in the picture. Holy shit this is going to be good.

That’s it, folks. I told you Bacon ‘w’ Grilled Saganaki Cheese was an easy dish. Take a little plank and pile up the bacon. Cut the Saganaki Cheese into cubes and pile that too. Give a squeeze of some fresh lemon juice over the Cheese. This is the BFF part. Super-savoury, smoky and salty bacon, with Sour Cheese. One cuts through the other. Just bloody brilliant. Pop some green shit on the cheese to make it look Chef-like, add the breadsticks and a couple of fresh lemon wedges for colour and additional sour-whizz. Serve away.

I love this one today. ChillaxBBQ Stay@Home Recipes #13 really is super-easy, but look super-pro Chef like when you pop this on the platter and serve. Go on someone have a go and send me some pictures from your own Stay@Home attempt. We’d love to see it. In fact, we’d love to see any of your attempts of the previous recipes too – there’s a thought. Let’s have some friendly competition of #foodporn (as we can’t taste it) on a plate’s looks. It has to be your creation. It has to be as near as damn it to the recipe. Go on have a go. Now it is my turn to – ENJOY!!!

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