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Buy Microwave Recipe Cook Book 2nd Revised edition by Carol Bowen ( ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free . FREE UK Delivery on book orders dispatched by Amazon over £ Microwave Recipes For One (Right Way S) Paperback – 30 Mar Included are recipes for: breakfasts; soups, starters and sauces; fish, meat, poultry, vegetable, cheese, egg and pasta dishes; and desserts - PLUS an. Instant Pot For Two Cookbook For Beginners: Quick And Easy Recipes For Every Occasion ( The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Microwave Cookbook.
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Cheese and herb muffin in a mug by Let's Get Cooking. Syrup sponge in the microwave by James Martin. Microwave jacket potatoes with various toppings by Let's Get Cooking. Treacle pudding by Angela Hartnett. Poached salmon with lemon sauce by Let's Get Cooking. Intense chocolate pots by Hattie Ellis.
Microwave lemon drizzle cake. Bean and rice burrito by Rachel Allen. Bacon eggy bread by Emily Angle. Microwave chilli con carne with rice by Let's Get Cooking.
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Always use a container labelled "microwave safe" to avoid toxins in foods. Similarly, metal decorations on the dishes can damage the dishes and denature the food. Microwave cooking includes a number of methods which at first sight are similar to those used in a conventional oven.
The methods all make use of a microwave oven, and that might be either a simple microwave heating device, or one that includes the additional techniques of steaming, crisping, or grilling. Although microwave cooking is in general use, it is usually acknowledged as having more limited scope than conventional ovens.
That said, for those tasks for which it is particularly useful, it is both efficient in energy terms and in the time it takes to complete its tasks. The basic microwave oven heats by the movement of water in the foods. This movement generates the heat that is used for cooking.
125 Best Microwave Oven Recipes
This technique cannot in itself cause browning, so the above-mentioned combination ovens have been designed with additional heating elements grilling. Like conventional ovens, some foods are dried out at their surface during cooking, so both the addition of water and steaming are commonly used.
Additional crisping plates are used to make foods like pizza and roast potatoes crisp on their surface. Because microwaves cannot effectively penetrate food beyond about one or two inches, food in excess of these dimensions depends on conduction of heat from the absorption regions to cook them.
For this reason microwave cooking has adopted a number of necessary conventions. If the microwave oven used for the recipe did not have a W or W setting, but had a W and a W setting instead, then all of the cooking times could be adjusted for the new power levels. For example:.
The change could be calculated for a more powerful oven too, using the same proportionate method. That is to say, power changes can always be calculated on the assumption of proportionality.
In fact it is likely that cooking times will be adjusted for both changed power settings and for changed weights of ingredients.
In this event the table in the next section may prove useful. If the weights of the food to be cooked much differ from those of the recipe then the cooking times will be wrong. It is possible to adjust the cooking times to take account of these changes, but the changed cooking times do not work in proportion to the change in the way of power level changes.
Specifically, if you double a recipe quantity, you should not necessarily double the time; it is more likely to be closer to a multiple of 1. The figures given in the table are approximations for small changes, and should not be used beyond a single doubling or halving of the recipe time; that is, they cannot be used four times to increase by eight, since large errors will occur.
Make gradual changes minute by minute when near the approximate time, and check the cooking each time to get it right. Microwave recipes:. From Wikibooks, open books for an open world. Microwave Cooking. Baked Potatoes. Bean and Bacon Bake. Easy Scrambled Eggs. Fried Fish.
Microwave 1 2 3 cake. With the new automated features and the debut of second-generation microwaves that are lighter and less cumbersome, these appliances offer a wider range of cooking possibilities than ever before.
125 Best Microwave Oven Recipes
My aim in writing the Best Microwave Oven Recipes cookbook is not to get you to revamp your cooking style but rather to help you make better use of your microwave. If you only use your microwave for a few basic tasks, then perhaps it's time to reconsider how you're using the appliance in your kitchen. Designed to alter the stereotype that the microwave is only useful for defrosting and reheating, the Best Microwave Oven Recipes cookbook highlights the dishes and techniques the microwave oven does best.
Whether it is to make a speedy meal-in-one casserole, to replicate a slow cooker when simmering stews, or to use in tandem with your conventional oven, stovetop or grill, this reliable appliance helps reduce the time it takes to make tasty, nourishing meals. In today's busy households, dinner often plays second fiddle to juggling work schedules, family commitments and a host of activities that demand our time.
Yet suppers need to be appetizing and nutritious. With our hectic schedules and frantic pace, it's almost impossible to make a meal from scratch every night.
Who has the time anymore? If daunted by the daily task of getting supper on the table, the Best Microwave Oven Recipes cookbook offers a collection of recipes for fast and tasty meals.
Many of these quick dishes are personal favorites I rely on. I've included plenty of easy grain, rice and pasta options -- such as Potato and Chickpea Chili , Risotto with Parmesan , and Chicken Penne Casserole with Broccoli -- that are a breeze to make. Helpful hints to speed preparation accompany many of the recipes in this book. I have focused on dishes that require little stirring or attention, or those that can be prepared in a single casserole for easy cleanup, such as Spicy Asian Beef with Peppers and Snow Peas , Creole Chicken and Rice Bake , and Spanish Fish Stew.
Many of the recipes rely on timesaving convenience products found in supermarkets.
To help cope with the six o'clock rush, I count on canned stock, pasta-ready tomato sauces, assorted canned beans such as kidney and black beans, salsas, preshredded chesses, the new assortment of frozen vegetables and ready-cut vegetables.
All of them come to the rescue and help me get my dinner on the table in a jiffy.As such, I take the time to document the world's most unwise method of meat preparation for posterity.
Choose a food wrap material that is sold as being suitable for the microwave. Easy breakfasts. In fact it is likely that cooking times will be adjusted for both changed power settings and for changed weights of ingredients.
It's the breakfast of champions. To them, I suggest microwaved snails. Who has the time anymore? Meal in a Mug: General[ edit ] Microwave cooking includes a number of methods which at first sight are similar to those used in a conventional oven.