The following factors are what causes improper defrost.
Type of cookware
Not all dishes are microwave safe. Check the specifications for the cookware. If it is not approved for microwave cooking, do not use the cookware to cook food in MWO.
Cook Ware For microwave oven Ceramic china or Pottery Ok Heat-resistant glass Ok Heat-resistant plastic over 120oC Ok Ordinary plastic Use with care (cooking shortly) Ordinary Glass Use with care (cooking shortly) Wood or paper Use with care (cooking shortly) Metal Don't use Metal treamed utensils Don't use Wrap (vinyl) Use with care Vinyl pack Use with care
Most heat resistance, non-metallic cookware is safe for use in your microwave oven. Some dish (melamine, ceramic dinnerware, etc) absorb microwave energy and become too hot to handle. Cooking in metal containers not designed for microwave use could damage the oven, so are containers with hidden metal (twist-ties, foil lining, staples, metallic glaze or trim).
Food stiring during cooking.
If the food is not completely defrosted before cooking, it will cause uneven cooking. For best cooking results, defrost the food before choosing a cooking cycle.
Quick tips for frozen
Remove the fish, selfish, meat and poultry from its original wrapping paper or plastic package. Otherwise, the wrap will hold stram and juice close to the foods, which can cause outer surgace of the food to appear cooked.
The lenght of defrosting time varies according to how solidly the food is frozen.
The shape of the package affects how quickly food will defrost. Shallow packages will defrost more quickly than a deep block.
Depending on the shape, food can be defrosted faster or slower.
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