Beat it when bacon's cooked with dollop on top (7)
I believe the answer is:
'beat' is the definition.
'bacon's cooked with dollop on top' is the wordplay.
'cooked with' indicates anagramming the letters (letters cooked into a new form).
'on top' suggests taking the first letters.
The initial letter of 'dollop' is 'd'.
'bacons' mixed up with 'd' can make 'ABSCOND'.
'it when' is the link.
I am not very happy about this link. Some or all of it may belong to another bit of the clue.
Can you help me to learn more?
(Other definitions for abscond that I've seen before include "Decamp; bolt" , "Fly" , "make quick getaway" , "Make off (with the money?)" , "Go away secretly after doing wrong" .)