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It depends on your microwave. I'd take it out of the packaging and put it on a plate so that the liquids don't go all over your microwave. You can select power 1, which is the lowest power, and microwave it for about 5 minutes. Then, if it is still frozen, do it again until it is thawed. If you notice that the meat is starting to cook in the microwave, stop ...
Yes you can, although if you have a skillet or grill handy I'd use that instead. I'll assume you don't. The exact amount of cooking time will vary based on burger type, whether they're defrosted first, and the microwave itself. Some pointers include: Put it in a covered microwaveable container with the lid slightly ajar (or improvise by inverting an ...
Here's a great YouTube video that walks through the process: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBCgbwp8uSw Basically, you use oil as the coating. The oil will adhere the seasonings you'd like to add to the kernels. They recommend 1/4 cup of popcorn to a 1/2 teaspoon of oil.
I suspect the problem was the 1/2 inch of water, which would have absorbed a goodly amount of the microwave energy, preventing it from heating the flesh of the squash. For very slightly more detailed instructions, which are not too far off from what you have tried, you might try this recipe from the Food Network, which recommends 5-7 minutes for 1/2 of a ...
It works fine but you need "too the second" timing, a few seconds over and they go rubbery and grey Weigh your eggs (and milk), and record the times taken, so you can build a chart for future reference for your microwave oven Remember they continue to cook after you take them out, so you can pull them out a bit early Add a little baking powder 1/8 to 1/4 ...
Microwaved Scrambled Eggs are totally doable; they're quick, easy, and satisfying. The trick is not to expect to just need to scramble the eggs once, just after the eggs are cracked. They need to be scrambled two or three more times, as they cook; just because the edges of a bowl cook before the center; kinda like the eggs on the bottom of a pan cook first ...
Microwaving is not an ideal method for making caramel or brittle, as the heat generation from the waves is localized. It is too easy to get hot spots and burning while other parts of the mixture are under done. Instead, you should use a more traditional stove top (hob) method.
I just tried it, it doesn't work. End of story.
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