A microwave oven (often referred to simply as a "microwave") is a kitchen appliance that heats food by dielectric heating, using microwave radiation to heat foods quickly and efficiently, and is found in almost all kitchens.
You can. Something can be "hot" in a vacuum. For example: a
sealed thermometer in space will read hot if it was facing the sun,
but very cold if it was in full shadow (assuming it didn't explode
from the absence of pressure holding it together.) So yes, as long
as the heat source did not require naturally occurring oxygen for
combustion as the moon doesn't have any - or an atmosphere - and
heat transfer was carried out via direct...
Cooking a turkey is something that is not hard, but preparation
is a bit time-consuming. Not everyone does it exactly the same, but
the general steps are the same.
Here are the steps:
Check the USDA Roasting Table for Fresh or Thawed Turkey to find
out how long you need to cook a turkey of your size in order to
have it ready on time for the dinner. (See Timetable at the end of
Preparing the Turkey
The first step when cooking...
My favorite way is to use a Mr. Clean magic eraser. Just wet it and
wipe nothing but water needed.
Fill a small casserole or microwaveable bowl with a mixture of
water and lemon juice (approx 2 cups water and 2 tbsp lemon juice,
but it's flexible). Put it in the microwave uncovered, and run the
microwave for 7-10 minutes - the microwave should run long enough
that the water boils for at least five minutes.
This will cover the inside...
The best answer (with just a bit of technical stuff).
Ask around to find out if using metal in a microwave is okay,
and the answer is often a no. A no is a safe answer, and that's for
sure. There are instances where metal is absolutely to be avoided.
Metal utensils are a no-no, and the use of plates with metal
designs should be avoided. That said, there are times when a bit of
foil greatly helps with things and...
LG, if you're not familiar with that brand name, it is because
it was formerly known as Goldstar. Goldstar paired up with Lucky
Chemical Company, producing Lucky-Goldstar, or LG. LG, as a brand
is booming right now. Their next competitor is Samsung.
1. Wash the minnow with clean water, but don't need to clean the
2. Mix 50% cornflour and 50% white flour. This will help the
flour to stick with fish better.
3. Deep-dried until turn to gold yellow color.
4. Take the minnow out and sprinkle with salt and pepper (or
chili powder if you like spicy food)
Eat the whole minnow with head (Don't worry, they wouldn't
bite). It tastes great!
Microwave ovens use high power electromagnetic
radiation (radio) at a frequency
close to 2.5 GHz to do the job of cooking.
Much of the design of the appliance goes into making sure that
very little of that
radiation is "given off", and that it stays inside the cooking
chamber where it belongs.
The reason for that is not so much any concern that the meatloaf
might take longer
to cook if some of the radiation is lost. The concern is that
radio RF energy at...
It will work if, the dryer plug you are using is the same
electrical voltage as the oven. If your oven is electric, it is 220
- 240v, if gas, 110 - 120v. A 220 plug has either 3 or 4 prongs,
depending on your appliance being a 3 or 4 wire system. A 4-wire
system will have a red wire (110v power), black wire (110v power),
white wire (neutral/common), green wire (ground). A 3-wire system
will be missing the white...
A microwave oven takes advantage of the ability of microwave
energy to act on atoms at a molecular level. Take a metal box with
a door on it, put in some control electronics, a magnetron (the
microwave generating device) and a high voltage power source and
you're in business.
The user puts an item or items into the cavity (that volume of
space where the cooking occurs), and then punches up time and power
(often by using preset selections). The high voltage...