8 Ingenious Life Hacks: Tricks For Your Microwave

8 tricks for your microwave

You probably have a microwave at home. However, you can do a lot more with it than you might think. We have listed a few tips for you here:

  1. Building your own keychain made easy: simply use an Edding to draw the motif you like best on a flat piece of plastic. Then cut out the outlines and place them in the microwave. After a short while, the plastic will shrink and you’ll get some cool DIY keychains.
  2. Would you like a fresh cake? Then put some butter, cocoa, sugar, flour, and an egg in a cup. After a short time in the microwave, you get a delicious dessert.
  3. If you put half a lemon in the microwave for a short time, it will be much easier to squeeze out the juice.
  4. For a tasty Mexican meal, you can roll up a tortilla and slide it into a glass. After a short time in the microwave, it hardens and keeps its taco shape.
  5. If you want to quickly peel garlic, cut off about half an inch at the bottom of the bulb. Then pop them in the microwave for a little while and you can just pop out each toe.
  6. Would you like crispy bacon strips? Simply place a bowl upside down on a plate and place the bacon on top. Then stretch parchment paper over it. After 2 minutes in the microwave, you have a hearty snack with incredible taste.
  7. If you want to heat two plates in the microwave at the same time, you can place one on top of a cup. This gives you two levels and the plates warm up faster.
  8. Whip some milk and put it in the microwave. Now you have the perfect, warm milk froth for a good cup of coffee.

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Written by John Myers

Professional Chef with 25 years of industry experience at the highest levels. Restaurant owner. Beverage Director with experience creating world-class nationally recognized cocktail programs. Food writer with a distinctive Chef-driven voice and point of view.

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