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Basic of cooking in a microwav
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Cooking should be done only with the microwave safe vessels; we cannot use steel or any other vessel. Food can be cooked as well as reheated very quickly as well the reheated food will taste likely done fresh. We would recommend you to go through the userís manual before you start  using your microwave


Time to reheat:


For an average size meal of 1 -2 persons. Reheating should not take more than 3 minutes. Take the food out and check on the food every other minute. (Approx)


To boil milk:


250 ml it will take about 1minute 15 seconds, depending on the microwave (approx).


To make rice:


Rice or briyani for about 2 cups of rice and 4 cups water it will take 15 minutes (approx)


You can cook the raw vegetables before adding to curries by keeping them in a microwave safe dish and sprinkling water on top and cooking for about 3 minutes for 300 gms of vegetables.


For making any fried dish, Mix all the masala's to the Base dish (chicken or cauliflower), then add 2 -3 tsp of oil for300 gms of chicken or  cauliflower and then spread it around a microwave safe plate greased with oil and  keep it for about 3 minutes for about 5 times. Keep checking on the food every 3 minutes.


 To cook an average potato will take 3 minutes. Always in a microwave the food cooks from the middle. You can make rice, kurma's, bryani's and also cook potatoes, heat milk, water and reheat any left over s in the microwave. To reheat any cooked meal you can find the options on the microwave panel, you should press the kind of food and the weight it will give you correct time. And also you can defrost the frozen food in minutes. For heating or cooking if you are not sure about the time, you can set the time low and you can always open it and keep checking if the food is done. You can have a healthy and easy cooked meal from a microwave cooking. And also all the microwave's are not the same they differ from size and voltage and also depends on the options they have on the control panel


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