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12:00 AM, August 08, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 02:38 AM, August 08, 2019

Microwave to your rescue

Eid is almost knocking on the doors and here we are, still scrambling through recipe books to perfect the food spread for the special days. While traditional items might be expected to be served, there is no harm in experimenting with foreign cuisines. Friends and family will arrive in masses to greet and deliver qurbani meat gifts, and we are definitely expected to give them a treat that’s worth their while. And why not? After all, it is the joyous Eid-ul-Azha!

But daily cooking can certainly be hectic and take its toll quickly on one’s stamina, therefore, the ultimate suggestion would be to cook all the dishes earlier and refrigerate it for a few days and reheat it quickly with the help of a microwave when friends arrive. To be honest, microwaves have made our lives much easier, especially with built-in features like the Heat Wave Grill and the Quick Defrost Function. With the latter, we can now defrost anything from the deep fridge in mere minutes, whereas previously, it used to take hours. So preparation time for any sort of food has become much faster. Few microwaves, like Samsung’s, use the Grill Technology and heat reflectors to create that perfectly grilled cuisine, without the cook suffering the accompanying exposure to flame, heat, exhaustion and difficulty. The new cutting-edge technology in Samsung microwaves also provides many other benefits like a Ceramic Interior for easy cleaning, Automated Deodorisation — helping to eliminate all kinds of bad smells and much more.

And how ecstatic would you feel when you come to know that these microwaves also come with a neat recipe book with over 200 microwaveable recipes that can make life easier? With other functions like the Sun-Dry Masala, we can now ensure the perfect browning of masala and the Slim-Fry technology helps us enjoy healthier and less fried food.

Life has certainly become much easier and comfortable!

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