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The oven may be used purely for microwaving or simply as a grill for
cooking such things as toast. The radiant or quartz grill may be used in
a variety of ways. You can use microwaves that have grill functions to
roast foods, for baking purposes or for grilling food such as bacon or
sausages on the racks. Some models also allow you to use both the oven
and grill together, and you can produce fantastically presented meals by
using the grill to brown off your dish after cooking. The grill will
often have low, medium and high settings for you to choose from, letting
you control how brown your food is. By using a microwave with a grill,
you can prepare great meals or snacks in a fraction of the time that it
would take if you used a conventional oven and grill. Microwaves are particularly convenient, as you don't have to keep checking on the food or stand over it as it cooks.
Sorry this isn't a forum for helping you out with receipes.
A grill means you can use it put cheese on bread (toast eventually) or to give COOKED meat or fish a brownish effect when the grill function has been activated.