Basic Cooking Guide
• Microwave ovens differ in size - adjust the recipe and cooking periods accordingly.
• Time of recipes is based on 1000w microwave oven. Adjust time of recipe according
to microwave size. For a 600w microwave add 4 minutes of given cooking time.
1 Cup rice, 2 cups water and 1tsp salt. Place in oven at 180oC for 1 hour or microwave for 20-30 minutes and allow to stand for 10 minutes.
Pasta & Wheat:
Cover 250-500ml pasta with hot tap water. Add a dash of cooking oil and salt. Microwave for 10 minutes, allow to stand for 10 minutes. Drain.
Mix 1 cup oats with 2½ cups water and salt to taste. Microwave for 4 minutes, stirring after 2 minutes. Add butter/margarine and serve.
1 part maize meal, 3 parts hot tap water and salt.
1 part maize meal, 1 part hot tap water and salt.
Oven: Pre-cook dry maize meal and salt in microwave for 30-60 seconds. Add water, stir well. Cook in oven at 180ºC for 45minutes. Stir and serve.
Microwave option: Pre-cook dry maize meal and salt in microwave for 30- 60 seconds. Add water, stir well. Microwave covered for 3 minutes. Stir and microwave for another 3 minute. Leave aside for 3 minutes. Serve.
Place mealies in Medium Oval Roaster. Microwave covered for 4 minutes per mealie. Brush with butter and season to taste.
Place cubes of 4 large potatoes in Roaster. Add salt, pepper and butter/margarine to taste. Bake at 180oC for 1 hour or microwave for 15 minutes. Allow to cool slightly, mash. Add milk or cream and 5ml baking powder. Microwave for 3 minutes. Serve.
Rinse chips in a weak solution of vinegar/lemon water. Dry chips on paper towel. Place into a plastic bag. Add 1tbsp cooking oil, shake to cover chips with oil. Empty bag into Roaster bowl. Microwave covered for 9 minutes. Allow to stand for 3 minutes. If you prefer your chips crispy bake (after cooking in microwave) uncovered in oven for 30 minutes or until crisp.
Add 30 ml brown sugar and margarine to 500g sliced sweet potatoes. Bake for 30 minutes at 180oC or microwave for 15 minutes.
Rinse 5 medium beetroots, place in Roaster, no extra water needed. Bake in oven at 180oC for 1¼ hours or microwave for 8_10 minutes at 75% power. Beetroot remains sweet with no mess!
Microwave diced pumpkin for 15 minutes. Add sugar and butter/margarine to taste.
Cut butternut in half. Place with skin and pips in bowl. Without adding water, microwave covered for 7-10 minutes. Remove pips and peel. Cube and microwave for 5 minutes. Flavour to taste.
Halve gemsquash and remove pips. Sprinkle with sugar or salt, add a dash margarine and 50 ml water. Bake at 180oC for 30 minutes or microwave for 3 minutes each.
Bake 500g carrots with sugar, margarine and a little water for 30 minutes at 180ºC or microwave for 15 minutes.
Cover raw cauliflower with white sauce and grated cheese. Bake at 180oC for 1 hour.
Add sugar and butter/margarine to taste microwave for15 minutes.
Fry chopped onion in frying pan on stove till golden brown. Add salt, curry and other spices. Stir in ½ cup smooth apricot jam. Place meat (beef, mutton, chicken, mince) in Roaster. Place potatoes and/or mixed vegetables on top of meat. Pour curry jam mixture over. Cover and bake at either 180oC for 1½ hours or, preferably at 140oC for 2-3 hours.
All meat can be done without extra water, oil or fat. Leg / Roast:
Bake 2,5kg meat for 90 minutes at 180oC or until done.
Bake 6 portions at 180oC for 40 minutes or microwave for 25 minutes.
Bake wors for 60 minutes at 180oC or microwave for 15-20 minutes.
Cooking time depends on how you like your meat done:
Rare: Microwave 450g 12-14 minutes Medium: Microwave 450g 15-17 minutes Well done: Microwave 450g 18- 20 minutes Microwave first 5 minutes of cooking time at 70% and then on 50% for remainder of time.
Bake 1,5kg for 60-90 minutes at 180oC. Microwave option: 10-12 minutes per 450g. First 5 minutes of cooking time at 70% and then on 50% for remainder of time.
Bake 6 portions for 45-60 minutes at180oC. Microwave option: 10-12 minutes per 450g. First 5 minutes of cooking time at 70% and then on 50% for remainder of time.
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