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I have G273v samsung microwave. can i bake a cake in that

Please let me know the usage of G273v microwave. as i want to prepare a cake and cookies .but i failed in doing that.just using for heating purpose.need help now.

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Hello,
You cannot cook with a microwave oven as it is usually meant only for defrosting, re-heating and warming items as the "oven" can only cook fast. Bake Products cannot be used due to the fact the yeast in it need sometime to react properly with the other ingredients in it.

I have included a link to the user manual for your microwave to help you in this area!
Samsung G273V Manuals

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No, you need a regular oven.

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#1 above is correct. Anything with yeast won't rise in a convectional microwave oven. In a regular gas oven, you could put the cake/cookie/bread batter with yeast in the oven just using the pilot light for heat to help make the batter rise before baking; not in a microwave.

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Yeast will not rise using conventional microwave oven type energy. So, you can't have your microwave and eat it too ... (groan - sorry)

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  2. 2 Add in the rest of your ingredients. Pour in 3 tablespoons of milk. Crack in 3 medium eggs, and add 1 teaspoon of baking powder and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
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  3. 12Edit step 3 Flavor your cake. For a chocolate cake, add 1/3 cup cocoa powder. For a vanilla cake, add another teaspoon of vanilla extract.
  4. 13Edit step 4 Mix together. Stir well with a fork or use an electric mixer to mix for about 4-5 minutes or until smooth. If you have a food processor, you can also add all of your ingredients to the food processor for about 60 seconds to mix instead.
  5. 5 Spoon your cake batter into a microwave safe dish. This is very important! Never use a metal baking pan for microwave baking.
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