Covering Food In The Microwave

Place a wet paper towel over container when heating something in the microwave. Voila, no more splatters.

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December 11, 20090 found this helpful

Do not use plastic wraps ect. in the microwave as the chemicals used to make the product leech into your food. Ditto for all your plastic containers. Use ceramic containers, or dishes designed for microwave use. Cover foods with wax paper. Your family will thank you in the end!

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December 10, 2009 Flag

If using a paper towel or wax paper to cover food while cooking it in the microwave, crumple the paper in your hands first. This will help the paper to form better around the food or container to stop spatters.

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