Super-Quick: Microwave Quiche In A Mug

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Microwaves are such an amazing invention. This recipe for super-quick: microwave quiche in a mug shows us just how great a tool microwave can be for quick, healthy and nutritious meals that even older children can make for themselves.

Microwaves have been around for about 70 years although they did not really become household must-haves until the 1970s. Since then, they have only become more and more popular because of their ease of use and because they can do so many things so quickly. Mealtime preparation has become so easy since its introduction to our kitchens. Microwave cooking is also often one of the best ways to prepare foods, if done properly, because many nutrients that can be lost through baking or boiling are not lost using this method of preparation.

Microwaves are also a great way to sterilize cloths and sponges that you use in the kitchen for cleaning. We often do not realize just how much grime or how filthy they really get. Make sure your cloths and sponges are wet, and put them in the microwave for two minutes. Do not touch them right away with your hands! They will be very hot! Remove them from the microwave using tongs. This will ensure that your cleaning tools are not spreading e-coli and other coliforms around your house, but actually cleaning as they are supposed to do! By the way, this method also moistens the entire inside of your microwave loosening all the grime that gets in there and making it a prime opportunity to wipe down the insides. Dirt will just wipe right off.

But back to food preparation. This recipe is a meal in a cup. It reminds me of the old egg in the hole we used to make as kids. For that recipe just tear a hole in the middle of a piece of bread you put on a fry pan with a little melted butter. Let the bread cook a minute, then flip it over. Crack an egg in the middle of the hole and let it cook to your preferred level of doneness.

This recipe for egg is even quicker and easier than the one just described, so you might want to find out how to make it. Teach your kids! It is also a great snack they can prepare when they get home from school, one that youll be glad to have them eat.

Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, YouTube, by following the link below.

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