Question: What are some good recipes when all you have is a microwave?

question from Kim O : What are some commonweal recipe when all you have is a microwave I’m in college, and I’m not allowed to have any toasters or anything that may be considered a fire hazard. And I have an allergy to shellfish, so no shellfish recipes please! (Not that I think you tin microwave shellfish and still have it cooked properly, but hey, you never know.) Best Answer:

Answer by yoyo
you tin brand some pretty commonweal scrambled egg .. just round the egg with fork ADHD other ingredient that you normally would utilization in a scrambled nit (acetate, pepper, etc) in a microwave strongbox bowl, spot in microwave for a Min, material with fork .. if breastfeeding moisture look put in for yearner,usually proceeds me 1 Min per nit. and I have a powerful microwave.I eat egg sort this quit often, taste the Saame as habitue.So, baked potato, tater ginmill an elite clip with fork, spot in the nuker and cook for 10 minute to 15 Min or so .. support checking.

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3 Responses to “Question: What are some good recipes when all you have is a microwave?”

  1. a cabingirl says:

    You can create meals with only a microwave- but you need to adjust-here is a great example:

    Chicken Caprese
    This is about as quick and simple as dinner for two can get and very good—seven minutes in a 1,200-watt microwave.

    2 skinned and boned ½ half chicken breasts (6 ounces each)

    ¼-pound baby carrots trimmed and scraped (see Vegetable Tip) or larger carrots cut into ¼” sticks

    ¼ pound haricot verts (tiny string beans) tipped and tailed

    1¼ cups marinara sauce

    2 thin slices mozzarella (optional)

    6 large leaves basil

    Olive oil (optional)

    Kosher salt to taste

    Black pepper to taste

    Place chicken breast halves, thin sides toward the middle in a 12”-oval glass or ceramic pan at least 2”-deep.

    Leave enough room for half of the carrots at either end. Put green beans in the center of the dish between the two breast halves. Pour half of the marinara sauce over each breast half. If using, place a slice of mozzarella on top of each breast half. Place three basil leaves on top of each breast half.

    Cover dish tightly with microwave-safe plastic wrap. It will not touch the food.Place in 1,200-watt microwave for 7 minutes. Open door of microwave and prick with the tip of a sharp knife the bubble that that the wrap will have formed. Remove from oven. If desired, sprinkle salt and pepper and olive oil on the beans. Serve.

    Makes 2 portions

  2. letmroll says:

    geez ….. have you ever been to a grocery store?

  3. leon says:

    Cooking meat in the Microwave comes out like rubber. I only use it to reheat food.

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