The microwave can be a dangerous place for meat, as the hot metal melts the tender meat, causing it to overcook.
But if you can make it work, it may be worth trying to cook beef in a microwave.
Here are the steps you can follow.
Get the meat ready.
You can do this in one of two ways: Cook your beef in an oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit (177 degrees Celsius), or microwave it.
The idea is to make sure that it doesn’t burn, but also that the meat doesn’t overcook while the cooking process is happening.
In an oven, the meat will cook in a closed oven for 20 minutes.
This way, the heat will not penetrate the skin and cook the fat, which makes the beef tender.
Use a pressure cooker.
If you don’t have a pressure cooker, you can use a pressure oven to cook your meat in the oven.
The pressure inside the oven is about 1,000 to 1,500 pounds (680 to 890 kilograms) per square inch (psi), so you can easily cook up to 1 pound (0.8 kilograms) of meat per hour in a pressure cooking dish.
In a pressure-cooker, the temperature of the meat rises and falls as the meat cooks.
This keeps the meat moist and the juices flowing.
In the microwave, the pressure inside is just about 300 psi (1,000 pounds per square meter), so the meat can cook for only about 30 minutes.
If your pressure cooker has a built-in heating element, the cooking temperature can be adjusted with a switch that can be seen in the photo below.
Cut the meat into smaller pieces.
You want to cut the meat in half, about an inch thick.
If the meat has not yet cooled, you may need to take the meat out of the oven and then cut it in half again.
This cuts down on the cooking time.
Check the seasoning.
The meat should be well browned and be very tender.
If it’s not, it’s probably too hot.
If that’s the case, try cooking the meat a little bit in a large skillet until the fat has thickened.
If there’s still no browning, then it’s too hot to cook.
Put it into the oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.
This will keep the meat tender and juicy.
You may need a few minutes to get the meat hot enough.
Make sure it’s hot enough to handle.
In order to cook the meat, you need to keep the temperature up.
A microwave oven will heat the meat to about 350 degrees Celsius (177 Fahrenheit), which is too hot for most of us.
But an oven that is well-heated can cook meat up to 200 degrees Celsius, and a pressure can cook up from about 1.5 to 1.7 psi (100 to 180 pounds per cubic foot) at a time.
To prevent overcooker, make sure the heat is not too high or the meat won’t be able to cook properly.
Use your hands to make the sauce.
The sauce will keep your meat moist, and you don.t have to be a chef to make this sauce.
Just make sure you use your hands.
If this isn’t the case for you, use a hand-held mixer to make a roux.
Then add your meat to the roux and mix.
The roux will help keep the heat in the meat and the sauce will help it cook.
The beef sauce is best made with a whisk.
Put the meat on a baking sheet and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Bake for 30 minutes at 400 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
You’ll want to check it often to make certain the meat is hot enough and the meat sauce has thickening effects.
If everything is still not hot enough, you’ll need to reduce the heat a little more.
Take out the oven door and turn the heat off.
Wait a few moments before using a whisk to stir the sauce into the meat.
If all the meat was cooked well, you should see the sauce simmering.
If not, just turn off the oven, and return it to 400 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit to cool.
If a few days pass, it will start to bubble a little.
After about six to eight weeks, the sauce should have thickened and a little caramelization will appear on the surface of the sauce that’s been cooked.
This will take about 10 to 15 minutes.