Bacon Water Chestnut Wraps

Bacon Water Chestnut Wraps

"The holidays around the house just wouldn't be the same without these classic wraps. Through the years, Christmas Eve guests have proven it's impossible to eat just one. --Laura Mahaffey, Annapolis, Maryland"
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50 m servings
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  1. Cut bacon strips in half. In a skillet over medium heat, cook bacon until almost crisp; drain. Wrap each bacon piece around a water chestnut and secure with a toothpick. Place in an ungreased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish.
  2. Combine the brown sugar, mayonnaise and chili sauce; pour over water chestnuts. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes or until hot and bubbly.

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I made all the appetizers for our Thanksgiving feast this year (6 different appetizers) and these were hovered over until gone (took about 15 mins for them to polish off approx 30 wraps). All wh...

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I guess the men in our house are quite spoiled by having already had bacon wrapped shrimp. These were not even a distant second, in their estimation. *sigh*....

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I made all the appetizers for our Thanksgiving feast this year (6 different appetizers) and these were hovered over until gone (took about 15 mins for them to polish off approx 30 wraps). All wh...

I have been making these for several years, and they are always a hit. I wrap the chestnuts in uncooked bacon, and bake them for 45 minutes, drain the bacon fat that has been released, pour the...

These are delicious. I didn't pre cook the bacon first though. Just wrapped the chestnuts in the raw bacon, cooked them on a high oven rack until the bacon was crisp then added the sauce and c...

Everyone loved them at my party! I slightly changed the bacon process by wrapping the chestnuts first and then putting them in the oven to crisp. Then I put them in the sauce and back in the ove...

This was great! The best part is that you can prepare it ahead of time. I kept the sauce mixture in a container and the waterchestnuts and bacon all set in a ziplock bag! It's all about plann...

Loved it! Loved it! I got rave reviews! Several people asked me for the recipe! To save some time in front of the stove...I baked the bacon a head of time. I put them in the oven at 400 degree...

These are great, easy to make. I would definitely recommend "fancy" water chestnuts tho'. One can I had wasn't, and had bacon left over. Also agree with the reviewer who said she used a lesser...

These are very good. I did make 2 changes to the recipe. First I used precooked bacon because I had read another recipe in a magazine that said to use it. The other change I made because I have ...

I made these ahead of time and then just put them in a crock pot - big hit!

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