Snacks

Skewered cheese bacon


Ingredients for making bacon with cheese on skewers.

  1. Bacon optional
  2. Cheese optional
  3. Tomatoes optional
  4. Oregano optional
  • Main ingredients: Bacon, Cheese

Inventory:

Wooden skewers, a kitchen knife, cutting board, grill or pan.

Cooking bacon with cheese on skewers:

Step 1: prepare the ingredients.

Cheese needs to be cut into slices the thickness of a finger, and so that they easily fit across a slice of bacon, and even there is extra space. Bacon, by the way, should be cut into thin long slices. It is better to take tomatoes in small size and just cut them into halves, but if the vegetables are larger, divide the tomatoes into quarters with a knife.

Step 2: string on skewers.


Take wooden skewers soaked in water. Put a piece of cheese on a slice of bacon and roll everything into a roll. Then put on the skewer, piercing across. After that, be sure to fasten a slice of tomato on the same skewer. And again, roll the bacon and cheese inside into a roll and plant it after the tomato.
Each skewer includes about four rolls of bacon and cheese.

Sprinkle dried bacon with cheese on skewers of dried oregano on all sides.

Step 3: fry the bacon and cheese on skewers.


Now you just have to well fry everything until golden brown on the bacon.

Just keep in mind that your task is to thoroughly fry the bacon, but you need to do this quickly so that the cheese does not have time to melt and spread, it just needs to become softer. Therefore, cook everything over high heat, and turn over on time to the other side.

Step 4: serve the bacon and cheese on skewers.

Serve bacon with cheese on skewers immediately after cooking, while the appetizer is still hot. Be sure to supplement the dish with fried potatoes and garlic sauce. Tasty, fast and very cool looking. If you cook bacon in nature, then it will be enough to serve a salad of fresh vegetables, cooked in haste. A couple of slices of bread also does not hurt.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- Pieces of bell pepper and onion can be added to bacon, tomatoes and cheese if desired.