Royal chef and Queen’s cook has shared his secrets for frying bacon royally.
- The Queen enjoys fine dining but is partial to more simple delicacies such as Fray Bentos.
- Jeff Baker, a renowned royal chef has shared his secrets for perfectly frying bacon every time. This will ensure that it is crispy and doesn’t get too oily.
- The Queen has to depend on three royals in order not to miss a crucial duty during her first reign.
Most Brits enjoy a good full English breakfast every once in awhile, whether it is at home or in the cafe. The Queen, Her Majesty is sure to enjoy a couple of rashers full English bacon as a breakfast treat. Jeff Baker, Her Majesty’s ex-chef, has the perfect recipe for making bacon crispy and delicious.
Instead of cooking the meat gradually, the first step is to make the pan really hot. This should caramelise the rashers, making them crunchy and giving them a stronger flavour, according to Jeff, who was awarded Leeds’ first Michelin star. He told the Daily Star, “I find that the best way to cook bacon is on a medium to high heat pan with a small amount of natural fat, searing it on each side for a minute or so. If the bacon is properly dry cured and cut to a nice thickness, it should caramelise on the edges. “The fat will then render without dissolving, resulting in delicious flavour.”
Credit to Getty Images. Jeff says that a properly prepared bacon sarnie doesn’t require any sauce or ketchup. The celebrity chef said that bacon cooked in this manner will not need sauces to improve its taste.