How to Make Oven-Fried Bacon

Whether you're looking for an easier way to cook bacon--without all the turning and splattering--or you've run out of room on the top burners, making it in the oven has its advantages.
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Separate a 1-pound package of bacon into slices and arrange the slices on a rack over a baking sheet. Cook in a 400-degree oven until desired crispness, 15 to 20 minutes. Enjoy whole, or let cool and crumble.

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