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I had this happen when my son cooked a pasta dish that required water in the dish but he forgot to put the water in prior to putting it in the microwave. :) I cleaned the microwave interior with a mixture of baking soda and vingegar and let it air out and then I boiled lemon juice in a coffee mug and let it sit for awhile. It helped tremendously!
I roll it up in a paper towel for 30sec. It depends on the range though....40 sec will make my dog lose its head.
Popcorn kernels pop because moisture is trapped inside of a relatively gas-tight shell. As the kernels are heated, the water inside the kernel turns to steam. The shell of the kernel keeps the steam from expanding, so pressure builds up inside of the kernel until the whole things blows open. If the kernel doesn't have enough moisture inside of it or if the ...
Simple answer is "yes, you can very well toast bread in a convection microwave". Just follow the following steps: Step 1: preheat the oven to 200 C. Step 2: you would need convection + grill combination to toast your bread. In case you don't have it by default, most of the microwaves use convection + grill to preheat itself. Put your bread on a steel ...
OK, so the obvious "don't put salad in the microwave" answer has been given. And I agree. BUT, think about the microwave door. You can see through it, but microwaves don't come buzzing out of it and burn your eyes. You'll notice that the door contains a metal mesh, which creates a "Faraday Cage". See here for more information about blocking microwaves ...
The simple answer is you can't be selective with how things get heated in the microwave. If you put salad in it will get heated. The device you are looking for to solve this issue is called a bowl, and you put the salad in it while the food in the microwave heats, then use devices called salad spoons to move it from the bowl to the plate.
Don't put the salad in the microwave. . . . . Microwaves essentially pervade the cooking chanmber inside the microwave oven, and excite any polar molecules, especially including water and some polar fats. Since vegetables—salad—are nearly all water, they are exceptionally easy to heat in a microwave oven. You might then ask: why not ...
It can be done ... just like cooking omelette in the microwave. Have to do it in 20-30 secs at a time and open the microwave door. If I am not using the steam function for the microwave, I place a glass of water next to the chicken in the microwave. Chicken comes out juicy and tasty - and cooked. Cooking omlette is also easy. I googled and found some ...
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