Bacon Wrapped Backstrap
Getting it done:
Serving Size: 1/6 of Bacon Wrapped Backstrap
Fat: 8 g
Carbohydrates: 0 g
I chose a very simple recipe but you can spice your backstrap up in lots of different ways or marinate it.
Make sure your backstrap has close to the same size thickness throughout. If not, it will bake unevenly. Also, if you have a small backstrap, you might want to cut the cooking time down. You don’t want an overcooked backstrap. Using a thermometer helps a lot. Rare is about 125, medium 145, and well done is 160.
When ready to serve, slice the backstrap on each circle of bacon–in other words, use the bacon as a guide to cut the backstrap. This way, everyone gets an equally sized piece and it’s easier to calculate the nutritional facts.