If you like you can toss in a pinch of chili powder or smoked paprika into the syrup mix for added zip. You may want to make extra of this stuff. It flies off the plate. Dijon mustard has a nice vinegary bite that cuts through the saltiness of the bacon, Grade B syrup is richer in flavor, and the one to use in this recipe. Serves 4 to 6Source: Unknown
1Line rimmed baking sheet with foil. Put a baking rack over the lined sheet pan and arrange bacon slices across rack next to each other, not overlapping.
In small bowl, whisk maple syrup and mustard. Generously spoon over top of bacon, and bake 12 to 15 minutes. Turn bacon over and baste with syrup mixture. Bake another 5 or 10 minutes or til bacon is done as you like.
2Carefully remove sheet pan from oven. Sprinkle hot bacon with a scant pinch of finely ground black pepper. Let bacon rest on the rack for 5 minutes before serving.