Showing posts with label MICROWAVE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MICROWAVE. Show all posts

Sunday, May 17, 2015


Microwave recipe  @

This 10 Minute Microwave Chocolate Cake is  the ultimate choice  to  satisfy your sweet cravings. quickly.  Made with all the ingredients you might already have in your pantry without an oven.

Some of you might think that microwave cake yields a dry and weird taste but this is not the case for this 10 Minute Microwave Chocolate Cake. It was soft  and insanely delicious.

Make sure you grease your microwave save bowl  generously and line with baking paper especially if you're using glass ones.  Your microwave safe dish should be deep enough to let the cake rise,  fill up only  1/2  of the cake batter into greased bowl..  Mine stick to the bottom of my Arcoflam bowl but I manage to remove it.

Baked the cake using High Power (1000 W) for 5 minutes then switch to Medium for another 1 minutes.  Do check out your wattage power, if you have a lower wattage you need a longer bake time. Always cook it for the shortest time first, you can add another minute once you check it but you can't take away time when you've overcooked something.

Microwave recipe @

Sunday, April 6, 2014


Microwave Bread Pudding Recipe @

If you're looking for quick and delicious treat, this Microwave Bread Pudding for one is what you need. You can use any type of bread you have in hand, torn in pieces or cubed.

Look easy right but wait, you'll end up spending more time for cleaning if you don't follow these golden rules:

1.  Sugar
     Use less sugar if you're using sweetened bread

2.  Bowl size
     Make sure it is microwave safe,  only half filled your bowl with the pudding otherwise overflowing will  occur and  you need extra  time for cleaning the mess

3.  Microwave wattage
     Mine was  800 W. Remember microwaves vary in power so your pudding might need  less or more time

Regular milk can be replaced with non dairy milk if you have a problem also you can add  other fruits of you choice.

Microwave Bread Pudding Recipe @

Microwave Bread Pudding Bread @

Monday, July 25, 2011


Sometimes you need to cook rice only for yourselves and the best way to do it is in the microwave. It is simple, time saving and comes out perfect every time.  This way the rice is microwaved to perfection, fluffy and no constant checking to see if the rice is done.

Best to use deep microwave safe dish  since the rice will expand  and  to avoid  any over flowing when cooking.

Servings     :    1-2

1 C  uncooked long grain rice
2  C  water


Rinse the rice under cold running water until water runs clear,  drain.

Place the cleaned rice in a deep microwavable dish, add required amount of water.

Place the pot in the  center of the microwave oven, cook on high for 10  minutes uncovered (800W). Reduce power to medium, cook for another 10 minutes.

Let stand another 5 minutes in the oven.

Remove and fluff the rice with fork. Your perfect rice is ready to be eaten!

Friday, July 22, 2011


Forget store bought jam and make you own healthy and delightful jam tailored to your taste. This is made using microwave but you can also cook them on stove top with constant stirring.

The fruity jam is wonderful when served warm on top of pancake and waffles or spread on toast. It's a foolproof recipe, literally ready in minutes!


2  medium apples  grated
5  tablespoon  brown sugar/white sugar or to taste
1  tablespoon  lemon juice


Peel,  core and grate the apples. Place apple and  brown sugar  in a microwavable bowl.

Microwave on High for 5 minutes.

Stir in the lemon juice  and  microwave again on high for another 5 minutes.

Remove and cool. Keep refrigerated in an  airtight container.

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Saturday, June 18, 2011


After a great success with  5 Minute Chocolate Cake , I wish to share with you another amazing cake done in microwave. This original recipe from Taste of Home  is called Microwave Chocolate but made slight changes and turned it into marble cake.

Normally we think most microwave cake will turn very dry but not with this cake, it is so moist and tasted great. Make sure your  glass/plastic container  is big enough to let them rise, it filled more than double. .

Yield    :     7 in  loaf

1 1/2 C   all purpose flour
1  1/2 TB  unsweetened cocoa
1 tsp baking soda
1 C  brown/white sugar
5 TB  oil/melted butter
1 C   milk
1 TB  vinegar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 1/2 TB all purpose flour



Combine milk with vinegar, keep aside. Grease a 7 in  microwavable dish.

In a  mixing bowl combine flour, sugar  and baking soda, mix well.

Combine together milk mixture, oil, vanilla and milk. Pour this to the dry ingredient, mix until well combined.

Divide batter into 2. Add cocoa to one portion and add 1 1/2 tablespoon flour to other half. Mix until well incorporated.

Put a tablespoon of plain batter on a greased  microwavable container, top with a table of cocoa batter. Repeat the process until batter is used up.

Microwave on high for 5 minutes, another 2 minutes on medium. Let stand in a  microwave oven for 10 minutes.

Let cool in a pan for 30 minutes, transfer onto rack to cool.

Linking to This Chick Cooks 

Friday, June 3, 2011


What you do if you're craving a chocolate cake in a middle of the night? The quick solution is go for microwave cake. Tried this famous cake and am totally bowled over. Delicious and chocolaty cake in 5 minutes. What else you can ask for.

I doubled the recipe, got  a  tray of  6 x 6 in cake out of the dough. It's so addictive and had baked them twice already. You have to try out yourselves to taste this amazing cake!

Yield     :    1 Coffee Mug
Adapted from  here

4 TB  flour
3 TB  sugar
2 TB  unsweetened cocoa
3 TB  milk
3 TB oil
3 TB  chocolate chip


Place all the dry ingredients in a coffee  mug, mix well.

Stir in milk and oil,  add the chocolate chips, combine well..

Microwave on high for 4 minutes in 700W oven or 3 minutes for 1000W oven. Let sit 10 minutes before removing  onto rack to cool. 

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