Changes in how you use your microwave can help reduce burned food and containers as well as ensure a more safe cooking experience. This is a guide about microwave safety tips.
This is a guide about cooking bacon in the microwave. Cooking bacon in the microwave is easy. It also is less messy and usually quicker than cooking it on the stove top.
This guide is about using plastic in a microwave. When using plastic containers or wrap in the microwave you want to make sure that the plastic is safe for that use.
This is a guide about cooking corn on the cob in a microwave. Corn on the cob can be prepared in a variety of ways.
This is a guide about cooking a turkey breast in the microwave. Instead of heating up your oven the next time you make a turkey breast, consider using your microwave. Keep in mind that When cooking a turkey breast in the microwave it is important to keep the meat form drying out.
This is a guide about cooking a potato in the microwave. Rather than the traditional oven baked potatoes, try cooking them in your microwave. Your microwave can cook potatoes much faster, saving you time and energy.
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Here's a favorite microwave oven recipe:
Microwave Stuffed Peppers
1 pound of ground chuck
one half cup instant rice
1 egg, beaten
1 medium onion, chopped
1 can (15 oz) tomato sauce
one half cup catsup
1 Tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 tsp salt
one fourth tsp pepper
3 large peppers cut in half lengthwise
1/3 cup water
1 Tbsp sugar
Mix together ground chuck, rice, egg, onion, &frac; cup tomato sauce, catsup, worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper. Arrange pepper halves in a baking dish. Fill with meat mixture. Mix together remaining tomato sauce, water and sugar. Pour over green peppers. Cover with a tight fitting lid or plastic wrap. Microwave on medium high for 20 to 25 minutes until meat is no longer pink and peppers are tender.
Note: you can use smaller peppers but then you will need to have morehow ever many to use up meat mixture. This will re-heat and freeze nicely.
Debbie52 from IL
By LRP from Lowell, MA
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Could you start a section on microwave cooking? I am trying to conserve on my utilities, and I live alone, so I thought that cooking with my microwave would be a thrifty idea. Thank-you, Delinda Editor's Note: Sounds like a good idea. We have added a Microwave Cooking category to the recipes section, and a guide to collect all the tips together. We also have several guides with microwave recipes. If anyone has any tips or recipes, feel free to post them below or submit them using the Share option at the top of the page.
Well, I don't trust microwaving.... I am still in the state of mind that it can't be healthy. But I looked up and found some web pages that may help:
http://www.micr okingforone.com/ scroll way down on the left is an area with a list of recipes.
http://www.goodnuke.com/ more info and recipes
But please be sure to at least think about this one.
i love the microwave for "the kids" but could you please post pictures with the recipie
4 things we love cooking in the microwave, they can all be made for just one person:
frozen .99 cent pizzas (Totinos is one brand)
It's actually pretty good! Like a pizza burrito!
Is there a way I can cook dinner rolls in the microwave?