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3. Sizzle Up Some Bacon

Bacon provides some low-carb, high protein crunch to your potato filling. Place eight bacon strips in a pan and set on low heat. Cook the bacon until it is brown and crispy around the edges but not hard and curled, which is an indicator that they’ve been overcooked. Consider using a cast-iron skillet, which distributes heat more evenly than aluminum pans, when striving for perfectly cooked bacon. Drain the grease from the pan and place the bacon on a towel to dry.

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