what could i cook in the microwave that is easy ? i am starving?!

Question: What could i cook in the microwave that is easy ? i am starving?
I can't use the oven it is broken or else i would we are getting it fixed on monday any ideas on what i could in the microwave ? nothing sweet i do not have a lot of healthy stuff here expect broccoli and lettuce i wish i had oranges here or i would make a orange smoothie with our food processor.

Any ideas please help i am starving !!


Make a bowl of oatmeal. To qick-cooking oats (NOT instant), in a m/w-safe bowl, add 2 parts water to 1 part dry oats. Add a pinch of salt. Nuke for 3 minutes, stirring after about 2. Then add butter, cinnamon, brown sugar, whatever you like.

Brilliant dish from Jamie Oliver!

Sweet potatoes
Mango chutney
Fresh coriander
Soy sauce
Olive oil
Lime half

Stick the sweet potato and lime half in a microwaveable container, double wrap the container with clingfilm, microwave for 10 mins (shake half way through). Add 2 tablespoons of mango chutney to a chopping board, with the chopped coriander and tip over the cooked sweet potatoes and chop with a knife adding in some lime juice, soy sauce and olive oil. Season and serve with a curry or fish! Gorgeous and super easy!

Jamie Oliver - 30 Minutes meals

Well, I don't know exactly what you have at your home, but if you're able to shop, I would suggest Easy Mac. Macaroni & cheese that you can make in the microwave, just add water. TV dinners are fast and easy to make too. Or you can really have a treat and put corn chips in a bowl or plate, top them with cheese, and cook in microwave until cheese is melted for some good nachos. Yum!

My Brain

Baked potatoe,soup,nachos,rice,vegtables.

Try this site! Hope this helps!

Popcorn, TV dinners?


I like to cook beaver. That's just good eatin!

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