It’s hard to microwave bread because it turns out very different.
Putting bread in your microwave will not destroy your microwave, but you will only end up with ruined bread.
After about ten seconds or more in your microwave, moisture leaves your bread, making it stale and hard.
Though it’s hard to heat bread in a microwave, you can do it, but in a way that won’t dry it.
Now that’s the trick and you need some tips, so you enjoy warm yet appetizing bread.
Let’s see how you can achieve tasty microwaved bread…
Methods of microwaving bread
Microwaving bread is a technique on its own as you don’t do it like other types of food.
You need to be careful, so you have warm bread but still in good condition.
I have tried warming bread in these two methods, and it turned out amazing.
Step 1: Put about three spoons of water in a sizeable container and heat it on micropower high for about a minute.
Step 2: Take a microwave-safe plate and place your bread on top of a double layer of kitchen paper towel.
Make sure you use a double layer, so your bottom part of the bread doesn’t become soggy from condensation.
Step 3: Use another layer of kitchen paper towel dampened slightly to cover the top of your bread.
If you are heating just a piece of bread, you can use a piece of the kitchen paper towel and fold it into two.
Step 4: Put your well-covered bread in your microwave together with the already hot water, then heat it in micropower low for about ten seconds.
After ten seconds, flip the bread. Only flip the bread and not the whole covered parcel while making sure you recover the bread with the paper towel.
Step 5: Heat again on the same micropower low for another ten seconds.
If your bread was frozen, repeat the procedure until it’s warm but be keen not to heat it as it will become tough.
This method is most applicable to those with a microwave that has a micro steam function.
Step 1: Like in the previous method, place your bread on a double layer of kitchen paper towel.
Step 2: Put your bread in the microwave.
Step 3: Heat the bread on micro steam 300W function for about twenty seconds.
Step 4: Flip the bread carefully, then hear it for another twenty seconds. You can repeat this until your bread is warm enough.
Avoid stacking the bread and instead lay it out on a single piece of paper.
In addition, do not heat more than 4 pieces of bread at the same time.
Instead, take fewer at a time for better results.
And if you decide to increase the quantity, make sure you have more heating intervals for good results.
That’s How To Microwave Bread Without Drying It Out
I like trying new things in the kitchen to find what works best.
That’s how I learn new skills and utilize them to make delicious meals for my kids.
And so far, I am impressed.
So, the answer to the question, can you microwave bread? Yes!
However, you need the above tips, so your bread remains appetizing without losing moisture.
That’s how I warm bread for my family or friends when they visit.