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Microwave-Convection cooking videos featuring Janet Sadlack

Created by JanetSadlack

Recipe courtesy of www.microwaveconnect.com.
Enjoy the flavors of a holiday dinner with this special casserole that makes good use of leftover cooked turkey. A high-mix setting quickly heats the tasty combination. This makes a great way for using leftover turkey and is ideal for serving buffet style.

Created by JanetSadlack
Recipe courtesy of www.microwaveconnect.com.
Frozen roll dough and pudding mix make this breakfast bread easy. If your home is cool, assemble just before retiring and it should be ready in the morning. The Bundt pan makes a nice presentation, but it can also be baked in the 9-inch round baking pan.
Created by JanetSadlack

Recipe courtesy of www.microwave.connect.com
A crunchy coating keeps chicken breasts moist and tender. Leftovers make a nice addition to a garden salad. See recipe Tips for cooking just two breasts.

Created by JanetSadlack
Recipe courtesy of www.microwaveconnect.com.
Fish cooks to perfection with a low-mix setting. The small amount of microwave energy speeds the cooking and keeps the fish moist and flavorful.
Created by JanetSadlack
Recipe courtesy of www.microwaveconnect.com.
These easy desserts are sure to become a favorite. Prepare batter several hours ahead for baking just before serving. Silicone baking cups are perfect since they do not require any greasing and the desserts come out with pretty fluted edges.
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