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I purchased a tortilla crusted fish lean cuisine meal this AM from Meijers. I microwaved it according to the listed directions and portions of the fish were hard.

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How to make a apriocot chicken pizza


Minutes to Prepare: 3

Minutes to Cook: 14

Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients


    1/2 whole wheat tortilla

    1.5 Tbsp apricot preserves

    2 oz chicken breast, cooked and shredded

    1 oz low-fat mozza cheese, shredded

    Lemon Pepper




Directions
Line a cookie sheet with tin foil and place tortilla on foil. Spread preserves on tortilla and top with chicken and cheese. Season with lemon pepper. Bake at 350 degrees F for approximately 14 minutes and broil for 1 minute or until the tortilla is crispy and the cheese is browned.



Number of Servings: 1

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Microwaves and how they work. ­T­he microwave oven is one of the...


Microwaves and how they work.

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­You're running late for work, so there's no time to fix breakfast at home. On your way to the office, you stop to gas up your car. Inside the quickie-mart, you grab a frozen breakfast burrito and pop it in the microwave on the counter. Later that day, you have to work through lunch. By 3:00 p.m., you're starving, so you grab a snack-pa­ck of microwaveable popcorn from the vending machine and pop that in the break-room microwave. That night, after a really long day at work, you're simply too tired to grill out, so you dish up last night's lasagna and heat it up in the microwave...
As you can see, microwave ovens are popular because they cook food in an amazingly short amount of time. They are also extremely efficient in their use of electricity because a microwave oven heats only the food -- and nothing else. In this article, we'll discuss the mystery behind the magic of "meals in a minute" with microwave cooking.

­A m­icrowave oven uses microwaves to heat food. Microwaves are radio waves. In the case of microwave ovens, the commonly used radio wave frequency is roughly 2,500 megahertz (2.5 gigahertz). Radio waves in this frequency range have an interesting property: they are absorbed by water, fats and sugars. When they are absorbed they are converted directly into atomic motion -- heat. Microwaves in this frequency range have another interesting property: they are not absorbed by most plastics, glass or ceramics. Metal reflects microwaves, which is why metal pans do not work well in a microwave oven.

Microwave cooking ­You often hear that microwave ovens cook food "From the inside out." What does that mean? Here's an explanation to help make sense of microwave cooking.
Let's say you want to bake a cake in a conventional oven. Normally you would bake a cake at 350 degrees F or so, but let's say you accidentally set the oven at 600 degrees instead of 350. What is going to happen is that the outside of the cake will burn before the inside even gets warm. In a conventional oven, the heat has to migrate (by conduction) from the outside of the food toward the middle. You also have dry, hot air on the outside of the food evaporating moisture. So the outside can be crispy and brown (for example, bread forms a crust) while the inside is moist.

In microwave cooking, the radio waves penetrate the food and excite water and fat molecules pretty much evenly throughout the food. No heat has to migrate toward the interior by conduction. There is heat everywhere all at once because the molecules are all excited together. There are limits, of course. Radio waves penetrate unevenly in thick pieces of food (they don't make it all the way to the middle), and there are also "hot spots" caused by wave interference, but you get the idea. The whole heating process is different because you are "exciting atoms" rather than "conducting heat."
In a microwave oven, the air in the oven is at room temperature, so there is no way to form a crust. That is why microwavable pastries sometimes come with a little sleeve made out of foil and cardboard. You put the food in the sleeve and then microwave it. The sleeve reacts to microwave energy by becoming very hot. This exterior heat lets the crust become crispy as it would in a conventional oven.




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HOW CAN I REFREEZE FISH THAT HAS BEEN DEFROSTED, I HAVE A PIECE IF FISH THAT IS TOO BIG FOR ONE MEAL IDONT WANT TO THROW AWAY WHAT I DONT USE.


Ideally you should freeze fish in portions that you would use . You may defrost large fish by immersing part of it in a jar water , then cut the required portion from the defrosted portion

Sep 10, 2014 | Refrigerators

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Need instruction manual


google user guide brand name and model #

Nov 28, 2013 | Progressive MiracleWare Meals in Minutes...

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I want to start cooking Mexican cuisine. what are the basic foods I should keep in my pantry?


for starters:

red chile sauce



  • Green chile sauce

  • Diced green chiles

  • Whole green chiles

  • Chipotle chiles in adobo sauce

  • Other assorted chiles

  • Jalapenos

  • Tomato sauce

  • Refried beans

  • Black beans

  • Tamarind (Tamarindo)

  • Chicken stock or broth

  • Beef stock or broth

  • Evaporated Milk

  • Sweetened Condensed Milk
Chiles- dried, powdered, canned or paste



  • Chipotle

  • New Mexico

  • Anaheim

  • Hatch

  • Poblano

  • Ancho

  • Chile

  • Serrano

  • Jalepeno

  • Guajillo

  • Pasilla

  • Cascabel
Dried Beans and/or Rice



  • Pinto beans

  • Black beans

  • White rice, long grain

  • White rice, medium grain
Seasonings-dried or ground



  • Garlic Powder

  • Onion Powder

  • Standard Chile Powder

  • Cumin

  • Oregano

  • Parsley

  • Saffron

  • Cilantro

  • Cinnamon Sticks

  • Cloves

  • Bay leaves

  • Achiote

  • Epazote

  • Anise

  • Vanilla

  • Vanilla Beans

  • Hoja Santa
Breads/Flours


Apr 18, 2013 | Cooking

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I haven't used my torilla press for quite awhile & want to start using it again but have lost the instruction/recipe book for it. Would you have one on-line? I remember that there is a bit of a...


the Villaware manual is here

http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i3d/01/A/man-migrate/MANUAL000046402.pdf

Villaware support site

Instruction Manuals at VillaWare com

Wholewheat Tortilla making

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Video Recipe How to Make Whole Wheat Flour Tortillas by Archana Kitchen


Homemade Whole Wheat Tortillas (Using a tortilla press and cooker)


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Feb 27, 2012 - I've been making homemade whole wheat tortillas for awhile now by hand. A friend of mine called me a couple weeks ago and said she ...

Whole Wheat Tortillas with My Tortilla Maker ' Grain Mill Wagon


www.grainmillwagon.com/whole-whea-tortillas-with-tortilla-press/ Rating: 5 - ‎2 votes
Jan 15, 2013 - Whisk together all dry ingredients in a mixing bowl. In a separate mixing bowl mix together hot water and oil. Stir wet ingredients into the flour mixture with a spatula until all the flour is sticking to the dough. Spray the top of the dough with a little oil and cover with plastic wrap. Leave it for about 5 minutes.
General information and videos on making Tortilla with a press.

Making Tortilla with a press - Google Search

Jul 07, 2017 | VillaWare UNO Flatbread Maker 5955

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Now power to microwave


Check the AC fuse and the Primary winding of the Low voltage Transformer.

Jun 27, 2009 | GE JE1540 Microwave Oven

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Hard crust


Do you take it out right away?  If you let it rest in the machine for about an hour the crust stays soft as the bread sucks back in the moisture it gave off during baking.  Doing this does not make the bread soggy.  It's just physics.  If you take the bread out immediately the heat (+moisture) will be drawn out and diffused into the cooler environment.  Hope this helps.

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