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    Microwave or Convection-Microwave Recipes

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    This recipe is quick and easy and makes one serving. If you're in the mood for eggs, but are tired of the same boring scrambled or over-easy, then this is for you! I got this from an about.com site: http://southernfood.about.com/od/breakfastcasserolerecipes/r/bl00804h.htm

    Recipe #306289

    Here are a few fun facts and tips about oatmeal; People buy more oatmeal during January than any other month. Oatmeal is the first product given FDA approval to carry a food-specific health claim. Oatmeal is a whole grain cereal made from oat groats. It has the bran, germ and endosperm. The difference between quick oats and old-fashioned oats? Quick oats are cut into smaller pieces, so they cook faster.

    Recipe #185585

    This is yummy,a family favorite, and easy to do. We use this as a main course, also a great pot luck dish. The microwave blends the flavors in a way the oven never does.

    Recipe #90939

    These are simple ,quick, easy, yummy and very popular

    Recipe #171020

    We tried these tonight and they made a delicious treat. Be sure to let them cool all the way. I did minor change for our tastes The recipe is from allrecipes.com and was submitted by Jessica.

    Recipe #379288

    Apples are so good for you and make a wonderful dessert or even breakfast. This one is somewhere in between and best of all it doesn't have any fat! Can be ready start to finish in under 10 minutes - made in the microwave and can be easily scaled up or down for the number of people you're serving. If your looking to make this more dessert-like, include the optional toppings! WW points w/out optional ingredients = 1

    Recipe #303643

    Microwave dish. Mmm good. Easy and fast.

    Recipe #22875

    I am a true seafood/fish lover and this is my favorite way of having my salmon prepared, even over grilling. It's delicious and also a great "busy night" dinner to prepare on little time. Always comes out tender and flaky the way it should be, not dried out. I've made this many times and it's never failed me. This was passed onto me by my best friend, Steph.

    Recipe #70299

    When you want a small amount of brownies FAST, these are a great treat. You may need to play with the microwaving times a little as all microwaves vary in wattage - mine is (I think) 1000 watts, so times given are based on that. Cook time includes 8 minutes actual cooking, and at least 15 minutes cooling time. These are what I would call half -n- half brownies- half fudgey (from the melted choco chips) and half cakey.

    Recipe #60592

    7 Reviews |  By WiGal

    Inspired by Recipe#361967, I experimented and made up this cake for the two of us. I did try it with twice as much baking soda and baking powder, reduced them both to 1/8 as the cake touched the microwave "ceiling" and started to curve down; tasted fine but sure looked bizaar. Think it needs these ingredients to get a cake texture. I doubt that this recipe can be reduced and work out. Thank you especially to debbwl and diner524 for trying to help me improve this recipe for two.

    Recipe #395196

    You most likely have all of the ingredients in your home to make this quick beef pie right now. I've had a microwave since they first come out so I'm not sure where the recipe came from.

    Recipe #110517

    This recipe has been tried and tested by my friends, family and work mates. They never expect it to work as traditional dumpling take hours of steaming. This takes about 10 minutes. Tastes authentic or I would not use it, or be asked for copies of it, so often. Very quick and easy. A cheats delight.

    Recipe #87888

    Not cheesecakes, but small cream cheese-flavored cakes. This is another recipe from Harumi Kurihara, reputedly sort of the Japanese parallel to Martha Stewart or Delia Smith. The cookbook was translated from Japanese to English in England, so all the recipes are British-style; I have tried to give some American approximations. Steaming is a common technique in Japanese cooking, and Ms. Kurihara has mastered the art of steaming in the microwave, offering specific times at specific wattages that actually work. I had to break out the instruction manual to my microwave to figure out the wattage. Steamed cake is a bit different in texture from baked and takes some getting used to for Americans, but this does taste much like cakes I have bought at Japanese and Korean style bakeries, and you can make them at home in the microwave. Ms. Kurihara offers two filling suggestions. I tried the peanut butter one, and found it to be exactly like fillings I have had at the aforementioned Japanese and Korean bakeries, but in those cases the cakes were plainer and drier; I thought it conflicted a bit with the cream cheese. I think these would be really good with dcwang wang's green tea mousse, recipe #103075, though I haven't tried that yet. It may be just my American tastes, but I love these cakes drizzled with chocolate syrup. They taste just like Boston Cream Pie. Easy microwave Boston Cream Pie.

    Recipe #111899

    Sweet and Spicy blended together on top of baked sweet potatoes (yams). Very easy to put together and cooks in microwave. This is one of my favorite recipes of all times.

    Recipe #202015

    A yummy and fast (microwave) dessert that I clipped from a magazine (Chatelaine?)

    Recipe #295530

    I have been poaching eggs in the microwave for many years. For me this is the best way to prepare poached eggs for 2. It is quick, easy and almost foolproof. Please make sure you use a toothpick to pierce the yolk before cooking or it will explode!

    Recipe #118761

    59 Reviews |  By Derf

    Nummy, Nummy!! Good with steak or anything else. from Cooking Light.

    Recipe #16859

    This is an adaptation of a recipe found in the "Arizona Republic" and "Sunset Magazine". Cooking time includes over night refrigeration plus the microwave time of 18 minutes.

    Recipe #49533

    8 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This is a delicious, creamy version of rice pudding that I got many years ago. It is good warm or chilled. Note: I made this is a 700-watt microwave, newer MWs are stronger and will require less time.

    Recipe #142837

    5 Reviews |  By duonyte

    The original recipe called for raw veal. I have changed it to use leftovers, add color and create more sauce. The fun here is that you can use other spices or herbs in place of nutmeg, add more veggies, whatever suits.

    Recipe #210783

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