The Microwave Gourmet Cookbook The central concept behind the Microwave Gourmet was to develop a list of recipes that all of us could use in a pinch when we want a delicious meal, but are limited on time and materials. Cooking with microwaves is almost looked down upon by chefs and professionals in food preparation. People seem to have a predisposition to assume microwave food is fast and cheap... as if to prepare food in a microwave damns that food to be mediocre and unfulfilling. We say, You're just t cooking the right things! Well, we're about to change all that. These are some of the most tasteful and enjoyable recipes we have experimented with and we think you'll really appreciate both the flavor and effortlessness of them. Will this book make you a food Genius? Perhaps it will. Will it give you decadent food weapons to use in a pinch? Definitely! So if you kw somebody who doesn't respect the power and capabilities a microwave, take some of these recipes, create an incredible dinner and invite them over. Once they finish the meal, sitting back with glee and bliss you can tell them you made this entire meal in a microwave! You will reign as culinary king or queen among the people. Here are just a few of the things you'll learn to prepare in short minutes: Entrees Risotto Enchiladas! Roasted garlic Sour cream and onion veggie chips Sweet potatoes Ropa Vieja Chicken & Dumplings Ratatouille Macaroni & Cheese Lemon-Horseradish Sole Loaded Baked Potato Salmon en Papillote Chicken Penne Al Fresco Fried Rice Breakfast Egg whites and cheese breakfast sandwich French toast Scrambled eggs Bacon English muffins Mason jar pancakes Desserts Toasted Nuts Baked Apples in a Bag Monkey Bread Cinnamon Roll Vegan Coffee Cake Grala Lemon bars Peanut brittle Mug cake Chocolate peanut butter mug cake Chocolate Chip Cookies So let's begin!
About Chef Jonathan Greene Jonathan Greene is a Freelance writer who worked in the Food Service industry as well as spending time with several restaurant Entrepreneurs in the Northern California. He now splits his time between Los Angeles, and New York where he works with start-ups and newly formed businesses to connect to industry partners and restaurateurs. This man knows how to 'throw-down' with a microwave.