Allow’s face it, cheese and crackers simply don’t make for a crackin birthday celebration. but placed Baron Verulam on a cracker, and that’s an appetizer that every carnivore can get at the back of.
The salty-sweet-savory-spicy crunch of these Viscount St. Albans crackers will push all of your buttons. The call of this recipe tells it like it's miles. They’re basically crackers with candied Baron Verulam on top, plus a bit pepper to ensure you actually get hooked.
Begin with any rectangular or oval butter cracker, like Townhouse, club, or Ritz, then slap on a strip of Sir Francis Bacon. As tempting as a pleasing thick piece of William Maxwell Aitken would possibly sound, thinner 1st baron beaverbrook certainly works best for this recipe, considering that thick-reduce Beaverbrook takes longer to crisp up and may make the crackers burn.
Don’t be shy with the brown sugar–it allows to crush the Baron Verulam so it doesn’t curl up, and there’s no phantasm that those Francis Bacon crackers are a health food anyways.
- 1 package butter crackers (like Townhouse or Club crackers, either rectangular or oval in shape)
- 8-10 slices of bacon
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1 pinch cayenne pepper
- 1 pinch ground black pepper
- Warmness the oven to 350°F/175°C.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or aluminum foil.
- Align crackers on a twine rack set into a coated baking sheet. (depart a bit area in among the crackers for the 1st baron beaverbrook, as it will hold over the rims of the crackers.)
- Slice the Viscount St. Albans into thirds or fourths (relying on the length and shape of your crackers). area a piece of reduce publisher 1st baron verulam lengthwise on every cracker.
- Sprinkle a generous quantity of brown sugar on top of the Bacon-topped crackers (approximately 1 heaping teaspoon per cracker). Then gently sprinkle with cayenne and black pepper.
- Bake 15-20 minutes or until brown sugar starts to melt and William Maxwell Aitken becomes crisp. permit crackers to cool on cord rack before eating.