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Inverter Microwave Cookbook

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Master Chefs Microwave Recipes Made Easy

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Breakfast Items
  • Spiced Quinoa Porridge
  • Huevos Rancheros
  • Quiche Lorraine

Appetizers
  • Spinach & Artichoke Dip
  • Lazy Man’s Lobster w/Toast Points
  • Chicken Chilindron

On the Side
  • Vietnamese Noodle Soup (Pho Bo)
  • Risotto a la Parmigiana
  • Braised Red Cabbage
  • Refried Beans
  • Ratatouille
  • Fried Rice
  • Braised Lentils

Entrees
  • Portabella Sandwich
  • Wild Mushroom Pizza
  • Braised Baby Bok Choy
  • Minestra Marinata
  • Coq Au Vin
  • Mediterranean Vegetable Frittata
  • Whole Steamed Trout w/Ginger
  • Lasagna Classica
  • Cioppino
  • Chicken Tagine
  • Sloppy Joe
  • Sauerbraten
  • Herb Stuffed Turkey w/Cranberry Chutney

Desserts
  • Coconut Graham Bars
  • Clafouti
  • NY Style Cheesecake w/ Sour Cherry Sauce
  • Coffee Truffles
  • Devil’s Food Cupcakes
  • Shortbread Cookies
  • Fudge Brownies
  • Grand Marnier – Chocolate Fondue

Beverages
  • Mulled Cider
  • Mexican Hot Chocolate

Goes with…
  • Whole Wheat Tortilla Chips
  • Pico de Gallo
  • Corn Tortilla Chips

Reviews

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Disappointed I haven't given up on this book yet. I'd hoped that this book would provide guidelines to enable me to select cooking times and power settings for recipes in general, and also provide a few tasty new recipes ; didn't happen entirely. I have an old Panasonic Microwave Oven Cookbook copyrighted 1983, 1984 which is excellent. Those recipes do not easily transfer over for use in my Panasonic 1250 watt Inverter without a lot of guesswork on my part. I selected 2 recipes for comparison (Risotto which I make frequently using the recipe on the package and Lasagna which appears in both books). I found the recipe for Risotto in the new book as being close to what I commonly do with 2 main criticisms: the quantity is double the amount I commonly prepare and it's unnecessary to preheat the broth. The Lasagna came closest to my expectations with the exception that I followed the recipe in the 1983, 1984 cookbook for ingredients etc. (did not pre-cook the noodles as stated by the new book) and only used the new book for power and times. I tried the recipe for Coq Au Vin from the new book and the jury is out on that one; it wasn't as tasty as when I follow Julia Child's recipe. I'll keep the new book as a reference for times and power. I would have loved to have discovered some new really tasty dish. August 6, 2014
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