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Two Minute Microwave Fudge
Fudge made in a jiffy in the microwave and full of taste.
619
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Shrimp Dip
Easy to prepare and loaded with taste shrimp dip appetizer.
650
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Hot Instant Tea
Hot instant tea on a cold winter morning is very refreshing.
651
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Shirred Eggs
Nicely cooks eggs with very little mess or fuss.
652
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Fillet of Sole Almondine
Very elegant and tasty dish which is easy to prepare.
653
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Standing Rib Roast of Beef
This is probably the best cut of meat there is. This microwave recipe is a nicely prepared dish.
654
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Turkey Divan
This is a very attractive, healthy, and tasty dish that is ready in a flash.
655
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White Sauce
White sauce is a very tasty and simple sauce to serve with vegetables.
656
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Sausage and Pepper Hero Sandwich
Very tasty and easy to make sandwich which is loaded with great tastes.
657
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Quebec Green Pea Soup
Delicious soup which is ready in no time and just loaded with taste.
658
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MICROWAVE HINTS

You will undoubtedly want to cook some of your favorite conventional recipes in the microwave oven. With a little thought and experimenting, you can convert many recipes. Before converting a recipe, study it to determine if it will adapt well to microwave cooking.

Look for a recipe that matches your own recipe most closely. For example, find a recipe with the same amount, type, and form of main ingredient, such as 1 pound ground meat or 2 pounds beef cut in 1 - inch pieces, etc. Then compare other ingredients, such as pasta or vegetables. The microwave recipe will probably call for less liquid, because there is so little evaporation in microwave cooking.

Candies, bar cookies, meatloaf, and certain baked goods may not need adjustment in ingredients. For some cakes, sauces, gravies, and certain casseroles, liquids should be reduced or thickening agents increased.

Many casseroles will require adjustment in the order in which ingredients are added. Certain ingredients, such as long-grain rice, take longer to cook than others. When converting to microwave, substitute a quicker-cooking ingredient, such as precooked rice. Substitute instant onion flakes for chopped onion, and cut vegetable ingredients, such as carrots in smaller pieces.

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