Using Glass Lids To Cover Food in the Microwave

Awhile back I dropped my one and only glass pot and shattered it. I didn't want to throw the top away and basically just stuck it in a cabinet and forgot all about it. A few weeks ago while doing a little fall cleaning, I came across it again and used it to cover something I was making in the microwave. I was able to watch what was cooking and the cover made clean up very easy.


Since then, I have picked up a couple of different sized glass tops I've seen at my favorite thrift store for a quarter each because they didn't go with anything.

I no longer have caked on or splattered food all over my microwave.

By CPJ from Madison, AL

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September 19, 20110 found this helpful
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These lids are also good for covering a skillet when you're cooking something.

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December 5, 20160 found this helpful

I use the 6 inch pyrex casserole tops as pie pans, it makes a small pie for 2 people.

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