Today, I'm gonna show you how to make these really cool roses out of bacon. And I'm gonna be using this bacon from Danepak. They're sponsoring this video and sent me some to try.
今天，我要來教你們怎麼用培根做出這些超酷的玫瑰花。我會用 Danepak 牌培根肉。他們替這支影片提供贊助，並寄給我一些培根試做。
Start by placing some bacon on the chopping board, fold over one edge; then roll it up from one end all the way to the other. Pick it up, hold it together with a cocktail stick, and open out the top. Place them on an oven tray, and they're ready to cook!
If you're "Danepak serious" about bacon, you can double it up and roll two rashers together. These reclosable packs saves you needing cling film and keeps it nice and neat. When you've got a tray full, place them in the oven to cook. I cooked mine for 25 minutes at 200 degrees C. Make sure they're crispy on the outside and cooked all the way through. When they're done, take them out, and leave them to cool.
如果你是超級 Danepak 培根迷，你可以用雙倍培根，然後把兩片肉捲在一起。這些可以重覆蓋上的包裝讓你不需要用保鮮膜，還能保持食物美味新鮮。當你擺滿烤盤時，把它們放進烤箱烤。我用溫度兩百度來把我的培根烤上二十五分鐘。一定要確保它們表皮酥脆而裡面熟透。烤好時，把培根拿出來，然後放涼。
Next, we need to take a skewer. And I'm using spinach as a leaf. Take your bacon rosebud and stick it on top—and there we have our finished bacon rose! You can make a whole load of them—I recommend twelve—and place them in a vase. They look really good, they taste fantastic, and they're great for parties! Pretty cool, huh? If you prefer, you can plate them up and serve them for breakfast.
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