What’s not to love about Tex-Mex inspired burritos? They are easy to make, easy to clean up after and easy to convince the kids to eat! Simply fold a tortilla around our delicious microwaved chicken filling and dinner is served.
Toasted muesli gets a bad rap sometimes because the commercial versions are often packed with refined sugar and other calorie-laden ingredients. For a really healthy breakfast, try our toasted fruit and nut muesli. It’s sweetened with honey and super quick to make using your Panasonic convection microwave.
Chocolate and strawberries are partners in romantic indulgence. These delectable little morsels can hold their own in so many situations. Whether handed round on a party canape tray, kept in the fridge for a sweet afternoon treat, or served as a romantic dessert for two, it’s hard to go past plump strawberries tucked into chocolate.
Microwave Bombe Alaska – a very impressive Christmas dessert. Looking for a alternative to pudding for your Christmas feast? Aside from being insanely delicious, Bombe Alaska is one of those desserts that never fails to impress. The technical feat of baking a hard meringue case around sponge cake and ice cream can’t help but elicit “oohs” and “ahhs” from your guests.
Packed with rice bubbles, coconut and mixed fruit, White Christmas is a hit with kids and adults. Make this slice and keep it in the fridge to share over the Christmas season, or portion it into gift bags and earn brownie points at the office when you gift it to your colleagues.
So much flavour and aroma is packed into this healthy dish of steamed Thai fish, with zesty citrus notes, garlic, chilli and coriander all taking a starring role.
If you are looking for a fancy dish without the fuss, our salmon and spinach filo parcels look extravagant but are very easy to master using your Panasonic NN-CS894SQPQ convection microwave.
With a tiny amount of prep and a Panasonic convection microwave oven, you could have a mouthwatering BBQ pork spare ribs on the plate in just half an hour.
Our Steam Combi microwave is the perfect vessel for whipping up fast and nutritious fish dishes, using the cleaver steam mode. This salmon in teriyaki sauce can be on the table in about 15 minutes.
We’ve created a fun twist on the classic French œufs en cocotte with the added bonus that this dish can be cooked in your microwave in less time than it will take your toast to pop!