Taste Your Every Bites
One of the genuine delights in life is eating and specifically eating out at lovely cafés. The vast majority of us have a most loved eatery and a most loved dinner that we would give nearly anything to eat.
Bacon makes the yummiest breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Complimenting it with a drink can just make your day.
Pairing the best of bacon recipes with a nice cocktail or a drink is all that you need to survive the harshest day. You can go ahead and buy a freezer, a mini fridge, an ice maker or a kegerator at foodplusice and enjoy cold drinks to match with your bacon mood.
We have made a list of the drinks that can be paired with a bacon dish that you can continue to relish lifelong. These pairs will also surprise your guests when they are home for an uninvited meal.
Feast like a king on these delicious combinations of the most loved bacon and different drinks!
Champagne with Bacon for Breakfast:
We like to term it as a brunch instead of breakfast. Make crispy bacon in the traditional style and pile them up on a plate. Season them with your preferred herbs. Now pour your favorite champagne in a flute and don’t forget to add orange juice to it, just a splash of it. You have a mimosa ready for quenching your thirst. The fat in the bacon is balanced very well with the bubbling champagne.
IPA with Pork Belly:
The Indian Pale Ale abbreviated and commonly known as IPA around the world was brewed in England originally and is now famous worldwide. A hoppy beer that comes under the category of pale ale is the best drink that can be paired with the heavy pork belly. Make a pork belly burger that looks yummy to the eyes and start eating it. You might not be able to finish it all alone. Pork belly is too heavy and rich. But when paired with the Indian Pale Ale it is a match made in heaven. The hoppiness of the IPA lets you finish the whole plate even before you know it.
Sauvignon Blanc with Bacon-Egg Quiche:
You may consider it a not so good looking combination due to the completely opposite flavors. But we dare you to try it just once. Because after trying it once you will continue savoring this combination for the rest of your life. The Sauvignon Blanc has a fruity flavor that helps in reducing the heaviness that the quiche has to offer.
Pilsner and Bacon Cheeseburger:
Do we need to tell you anything about this combination? There is nothing better than a chilled beer to wash down the bacon cheeseburger. The hops of Pilsner and the bacon cheeseburger is a crispy-salty combination that is good for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Brown Ale and Canadian Bacon:
The thick Canadian bacon cut into slices needs a beer that can handle it well. Brown ale is chocolatey and compliments the strong-flavored Canadian Bacon very well. A glass of this brown ale can take you a long way with the Canadian Bacon.
Pinot Noir and Bacon Pasta:
Just hearing about the creamy pasta made with bacon can be mouth-watering. Combine it with Pinot Noir and you have made yourself a sophisticated meal. Enjoy any kind of pasta with this red wine till eternity.
Butchery diagram with silhouette of pig and cuts of pork on background: