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The Tupperware Micro MinuteThe Tupperware Micro Minute is in a way a new generation pressure cooker (although the Cookeo in this area is also in the running). This container which is to be placed in the microwave generates pressure during cooking, the food inside is then exposed to a high temperature (more than 100 ° C). The result is record cooking for a simmered dish, with a maximum time of 30 minutes. A balance sheet to qualify, however, the cooking time being followed by a compulsory rest time before tasting.
To test this product, I launched into the preparation of a pork stew with dried fruits, during the lunch break. I was taking a lot of risks because the people at the table had to return to work but the Micro Minute kept its promise on the timing side. As it was cold, I wanted both heat and sun on my plate. The pork stew with dried fruits perfectly met my expectations: the stew for heat and dried fruits (apricots, dates and figs) as a call to return from the sun (it did not work but I will have at least tried).
The ingredients for pork stew
The recipe for pork stew
Step 1 - We start by cutting the pork loin into cubes.
Step 2 - Tackle the onion by peeling and chopping it.
Step 3 - Same punishment for the tomato which must be boiled for one minute before being peeled and then crush it.
Step 4 - We prepare the mixture which will serve as cooking liquid. Mix the vinegar, white wine, oil, cinnamon and ginger. Then add water to reach 40 cl.
Step 5 - Place all the ingredients in the Tupperware Micro Minute and cover the set with the liquid mixture previously prepared.
Step 6 - Once the Micro Minute is locked, simply place it in the microwave. Regarding the power of the microwave, Tupperware recommends 900 watts, regardless of the recipe. After all, it is a fairly common power for microwaves so no problem on that side. Regarding the cooking time, Tupperware offers a table in its user guide which determines the cooking time according to the type of food. The brand recommends never to exceed 30 minutes of cooking and to observe a rest time which varies from 5 to 15 minutes. This rest time is indeed necessary because it allows you to finish cooking the food and allow the pressure to drop naturally.