The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Microwave Cookbook
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Filled with simple and easy-to-follow instructions, Joyce’s cookbook is a welcome change from The Good Housekeeping. Joyce provides more than fifty recipes, shows you what drinks go with what food and has menus for most occasions. She provides time charts for all recipes and the nutritional food value in a standard recipe. For many food connoisseurs, the cookbook is helping save food wastage with limited portions being cooked. You don’t have to eat the same food cooked in large quantities and frozen and reheated. Its fresh food cooked each time, every time.
Finally, cooking in a microwave avoids burning or charring food which can often occur with oven cooking and frying.The method you choose for microwaving fish will depend on the fish you're cooking and the dish you're making, but poaching and steaming produce the best results. White fish is good steamed in parcels of baking paper (en papillote, if you will), while it's best to poach salmon or other fatty fish in the sauce you'll be serving it with. The microwave oven is a versatile appliance, but there's no denying that the scope for cooking exotic meals is a little more limited than it might be with, say, a standard oven. That said, there are still plenty of exciting dishes that you can prepare in a microwave, some of which may come as a surprise.
Immerse your pasta in salted, boiling water, ensuring you use a heat- and microwave-safe container. You don't need a lid.
While not strictly a microwave cookbook, this collection of recipes is a bible for anyone that wants to eat healthy, tasty food while ensuring that they live within their means. From money-saving tips to easy and affordable recipes, everything you need is right here. It's not too difficult to find a microwave cookbook, but if you're someone with a sweet tooth that often requires cake at a moment's notice, you'll love this compendium of thirty-four microwave dessert recipes.