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I am not sure if others have already asked and gotten an answer, but when I cook my soups in the microwave, especially the chicken noodle, but the beef stew and chicken rice too, it boils over. I have tried cooking it in a 4 cup measuring cup, but it comes out of there too.

Any hints on how to avoid losing 1/2 my soup to the microwave?..

Comments (8)

I cook my soups on the stove at medium heat and stir constantly till it's hot. If you can't do that then try cooking it in the microwave at 50% power instead of 100%. Stop it halfway through the cooking time and stir it. I hope that helps..

Love & Peace - Rosemarie..

Comment #1

For me, the stop and stir method works. I don't put it in for long at any one time..

I had some soup boil over on the stove once. I was amazed when the burner cooled off and I could clean it up. The Medifast food had eaten away the stainless steel on the drip pan. I gave some thought to what that was doing to my stomach. But I started losing weight that week and kept eating the MF. <grin>.

Karen..

Comment #2

I had the same thing happen to me, switched to a larger bowl.......

Comment #3

Used to happen to me. Now I soak the soup at least a half hour. Then I just cook it to the point where it starts to boil up. You just have to watch the microwave to determine how long that takes, then set it accordingly the next time. It's a different time for my home micro and work one...

Comment #4

I stop and stir and pray..

I'll initially microwave it for 2 minutes. That is usually safe. Then for the next 30 seconds I stop every 10 seconds and stir. I let it sit for 1 minute and then usually just do maybe 10-20 seconds more and then let it sit for a few minutes..

It sounds tedious but it beats loosing half your lunch all the time...

Comment #5

THANK YOU for all your advice. Between it all, patience seems to be the answer to getting all your soup. I guess I need to be patient and take a little time to prepare the soup..

Again, thank you for all your replys...

Comment #6

I have a great plastic container the top has a little vent you can open to let the pressure out. That way if it splatters it still stays in the container...

Comment #7

I pre mix my soups the night before so everything is nice and soft by lunchtime.. It only takes me about 1 min to heat and ready to eat. The beef stew rocks when everything is cooked to perfection!..

Comment #8


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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