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Old 10-06-2009, 05:18 PM   #1
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Biscuits in a convection/microwave.

Going to try to use the convection/micro on our AS this weekend and my wife has not had time to read the book to learn how to cook pre-made/frozen biscuits..........

Anyone care to tell me a 1-2-3 type method to cook a pan of biscuits that are already made up and frozen/thawed just for this trip ?

In other words, they would be just like fresh made.

She always makes them ahead of time and freezes them and then thaws and cooks them in our oven............except we don't have an oven now.

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Old 10-06-2009, 05:58 PM   #2
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Robbie, a convection micro has a bake setting that works just like an oven. Set the temp (it will preheat) and time and press start. That is all there is too it, well there is the jam and butter!

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Thanks so much, I'll let you know how they turn out.

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We were quite surprised how well the convection side of the microwave works. Be aware that the convection process will shorten the bake time, so watch closely. Many recipes reflect convection cooking times.

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OK, good to know.

My wife pre-makes the biscuits at home, freezes them and takes them out of the freezer the night before and puts them in the frig.

We used to bake them in a gas oven but now since we just have the convection we wondered how to do it.

She has a book but has not had time to read it yet.

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