Turbo cooking

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Turbo cooking is a hybrid way of quickly preparing food that may taste better than simply warming something in a microwave. For instance microwave something then place it under the broiler to be browned as a finish. Another way to turbo cook is to use near-boiling water from an instant-hot tap when starting soup or pasta.


Turbo cookies are half baked cookie dough that is warmed in a microwave for about 30 seconds or so, just enough to melt the chocolate. This is much faster than waiting for the oven.

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