Microwave Cooking for One by Marie T Smith

Table of Contents and Sample Recipes

Microwave Other Meats

Below the list of recipes contained in the Other Meats chapter of Microwave Cooking for One, is one recipe for you to enjoy. Take some time and explore the other chapters. Once you've tried a few of the recipes, you'll want the entire collection!

  • Veal Au Jus
  • Veal Cutlets
  • Liver and Bacon
  • Barbecued Beef Liver
  • Liver and Onions
  • Liver Stroganoff
  • Liver with Stuffing
  • Lamb Pattie
  • Lamb Chop
  • Momma's Breast of Lamb
  • Pan-Broiled Pork Chop
  • Tender Pork Chop
  • Spanish Pork Chop
  • Breaded Pork Chop
  • Pork Minute Steak
  • Barbecued Pork Ribs
  • Pork in a Bag
  • Pork Roast
  • Ham Slice
  • Hungarian Bacon and Tomatoes
  • Peppers, Onions and Sausage
  • Sausage Stroganoff
  • Beans and Franks
  • Cheese and Franks
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Peppers, Onions and Sausage

6 oz. fresh green pepper

Wash pepper. Remove and discard core and seeds. Slice pepper and place on paper plate. Cover plate with paper towel. Cook 3:30 minutes (_____) at 100% power. Set aside.

6 oz. onion

Peel and slice onion. Place on paper plate and cover with paper towel. Cook 2:00 minutes (_____) at 100% power. Set aside.

4 oz. Italian sausage

Cut sausage into 4-inch links. Puncture several holes in each link with fork. Place in 8½" browning skillet*. Cook 1:30 minutes (_____) at 100% power. Turn links over with finger tongs. Cook 1:15 minutes (_____) at 100% power. Push sausage to center of skillet and surround with cooked peppers and onions. Cover skillet with lid. Cook 2:00 minutes (_____) at 50% power. Let stand 1 minute and serve in skillet.

NOTE: Cooking times are for a 700-watt oven. For best results with this and any other microwave recipe, please be sure to go to the Timing Section of Microwaving Tips for a complete explanation of timing in the microwave.

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*Search for Browning Utensils at eBay Auctions

CorningWare Browning Skillet

Notice the small feet on the browning skillet? Corning browning utensils have small feet to raise the tin-oxide-coated bottom from the surface. This is the only utensil you should cook empty in your microwave oven. You should never place this utensil in a regular oven, or use it on your stovetop.




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