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Going to try this recipe this week with some recent maple brown sugar bacon.
1 lb. Bacon
1 White Onion
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
2 Tb Whole Grain Mustard
Fresh Cracked Pepper
Bacon Marmalade Recipe Instructions
HERE YOU GO!!!!!!!!
I have to say that this stuff is WEIRD! It's sweet, tangy, and smokey with a mild sweet, caramelized onion flavor and of course, excellent bacon flavor.
I called a relative in Washington who also makes his own bacon and told him this was one of the MUST-MAKE recipes!!!
Some of my maple brown sugar pieces and ends that I chopped up and fried. Make sure to save the fat.
Fried a medium white onion on medium heat for about 25 minutes until nice and caramelized. This pic is right when I added the onion to the fat.
Added 1/2 cup brown sugar and cooked on low-medium until it turned to a caramel and bubbled.
Added 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar and reduced to about 25-50%. It was still liquidy, but getting thick.
Added the bacon back in and stirred well.
Well worth it for a pint. It's already half gone in one evening. My daughter and I ate it on crackers then just ate it with a spoon. Amazingly weird flavor but DEFINITELY something I'll make again.
Edited by mfreel - 6/25/14 at 6:16am