- Cook in round vessels. Rectangular one are less effective because they come closer to the power source (on the oven's side) as the dish rotates, and may heat food unevenly, even burn some portions.
- Microwaves are more evenly distributed on a flat plate, and therefore cooking time is reduced.
- Use several smaller containers, instead of one large one, to speed up the cooking process. This way, you can also simultaneously hand out a number of small servings to family or guests.
by Aziz on Friday, July 13, 2007
To use your microwave oven even more effectively: