Posts Tagged ‘microwave’

Happy Easter from LG!

April 18th, 2014 by LG Blog UK
No matter how hard we try to deny it, chocolate cornflake cakes are not just loved by kids. With Easter just coming up, this GIANT nest is easy to make whether you are the office feeder or the family pleaser! Watch our 2 minute guide to making LG’s Super awesome chocolate cornflake nest: Ingredients: 800g chocolate 500g cornflakes 2 tablespoons of Golden syrup Mini eggs – for decoration The LG microwave was used to melt the chocolate, in a Microwave-proof bowl for about 5 minutes on a high setting, stirring at intervals. Once fully melted, carefully remove bowl of chocolate from the microwave and pour in...
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Need to bring the BBQ indoors? Your food needn’t compromise on flavour.

May 24th, 2013 by LG Blog UK
LG’s Charcoal Lighting Heater™ enables you to cook with a revolutionary charcoal filament for tastier, all natural, deep even cooking in a shorter time, .using a higher power and a brighter element. Charcoal heating is a world’s first heating grill that enhances water heat absorption, cooking more naturally and efficiently compared to a conventional oven grill environment, giving the taste of real Charcoal grilling. LG Combination Microwaves also offer a Grill Temperature Control which enables your food to keep warm between 60 - 80°C until you are ready to serve – seemingly more inviting than the last few sausages left...
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Make you Pancakes in your LG Microwave today!

February 12th, 2013 by LG Blog UK
It's pancake day!! So if the thought of another pancake on the ceiling is too much for you, how about letting your LG microwave do all the hard work? Using the same ingredients as usual (Butter, Flour, Eggs, Milk or Water & Sugar), the method is as follows: 1. Mix flour, egg, a bit of butter, sugar and milk/water. 2. Take a plate and put butter on it,this will help the pancake to stop sticking to the plate. 3. Before pouring the batter onto the plate make sure the batter is quite thick you don't want the batter to slip around everywhere (it'll...
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LG Bakes : Microwave Crisps

July 9th, 2012 by LG Blog UK
According to a traditional story, the original potato chip recipe was created in Saratoga Springs, New York on August 24, 1853. Agitated by a patron repeatedly sending his fried potatoes back because they were too thick, soggy and bland, resort hotel chef, George Crum, decided to slice the potatoes as thin as possible, frying them until crisp and seasoning them with extra salt. Deep frying can be unhealthy so why not use your LG Microwave to save your time, money and body! All you need is your Microwave and a few potatoes! That's how simple it is! Ingredients 1. 2 or 3...
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LG Bakes : Raspberry Jam

June 18th, 2012 by LG Blog UK
Unfortunately, jam in the U.K. is sometimes perceived as a second-rate commoditised product. We've fallen out of love with jam! It's time we reminisced with some tea, scones and jam... It's JamJamboree time all week! Here’s a simple and clever way to make raspberry jam in your LG microwave – ideal when you only want to make a small amount at a time! 1. Warm 250g sugar in a large microwavable bowl for 2 minutes. 2. Stir in 250g raspberries (freshly picked if possible). 3. Microwave for ca. 5 minutes - until it reaches boiling point, stirring every other minute to ensure all the...
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National BBQ Week

May 27th, 2012 by LG Blog UK
It's that time of year again... NATIONAL BBQ WEEK!! The 16th National BBQ Week starts tomorrow and very conveniently runs immediately before the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations so there’s a real chance to brush up on your BBQ skills ahead of this historic occasion. Traditionalists among us prefer to BBQ burgers, sausages and chicken but why not try something a little different? Vegetables and seafood are ideal for the BBQ, simply season your fish and wrap in foil or make tasty vegetable kebab skewers and brush with oil and herbs and pop on the barbi. With LG's Fresh 0...
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April 5th, 2012 by LG Blog UK
With the Easter holidays upon us, it's time to get your LG Microwave ready for some yummy Easter Nests. Easy to make with your little rascals or even for your big rascals…. Here's how: 1. Get your paper cases ready. 2. Break up 150g of milk chocolate into pieces and pop into a microwaveable bowl. 3. Pop in your LG Microwave, 30 seconds on full power - then stir before putting back in for a further 30 seconds... and so on until all the lovely chocolate is melted. 4. Add the 100g of corn flakes (or any type of crunchy cereal) and mix...
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LG Microwave Toffee Pudding Recipe

April 1st, 2012 by LG Blog UK
With St. Georges day celebrations coming later this month, then what better to feed your little dragons with than a quick traditional English treat to perk your family up? Here’s a sticky toffee pudding recipe that you can do in your LG Microwave: 1. Grease and line the bases of 6 x large ramekins / dessert bowls (ca. 250ml in size). 2. Put 100g of chopped (pitted) dates and 50g of mixed dried fruit into a bowl with ¾ tsp of bicarbonate of soda and 175ml of boiling water. 3. Set aside. 4. In a separate bowl, cream together 150g of light muscovado...
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