Dinnertime has officially been changed forever with the introduction of our latest product—the MicroPro™ Grill. Tupperware is grilling in the microwave. We know, it sounds a little crazy. But once you’ve tried it, there’s no going back to conventional mealtime. This revolutionary product heats up to 425° F/220° C and is programed to stop at that temperature, grilling or cooking your meals to perfection in the microwave.
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1 ½ qt./1.5 L
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1 tsp. plus 1 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil, divided
1 pint cherry tomatoes, halved
1 cup chopped zucchini
½ cup chopped eggplant
¼ cup golden raisins (optional)
2 tsp. chopped fresh rosemary
2 garlic cloves, crushed
¼ tsp. coarse kosher salt
4 (4 oz./115 g) salmon fillets, skin-on
In a large bowl, toss together 1 tsp. of the olive oil, cherry tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant and raisins until well coated.
Transfer vegetables into the base of the MicroPro™ Grill. Microwave on high power 5 minutes with the lid in the grill position.
Remove from microwave; transfer vegetables back to the same bowl. Fold in rosemary and salt; set aside.
Brush salmon on all sides with remaining olive oil. Place 2 salmon fillets in MicroPro™ Grill, skin side up, with lid in the grill position. Microwave on high power 4 minutes. Remove salmon, sprinkle with coarse kosher salt to taste. Repeat with remaining salmon fillets. Serve warm with vegetables.
You’ll be amazed when you hear the beep—followed by a sizzle.
How long do strawberries last? The shelf life of strawberries depends when the strawberries were picked (since there is not usually a sell by date) and how they are stored.
Strawberries are a delicious fruit best in the spring and summer when they are fresh off the strawberry plant. Strawberries are a popular fruit because of their fresh sweet taste and ease of preparation – they can be eaten right off the stem (after rinsing of course) with little waste or used in hundreds of different ways.
So, how long do strawberries last? When properly stored, the shelf life of fresh strawberries past their picked or purchased date is approximately …
Strawberries Expiration Date
Fresh Whole Strawberries last for
Fresh Cut Strawberries last for
Of course, strawberries last for a shorter period of time if they are not stored properly. But remember, strawberries, like a lot of other fresh fruits, usually do not have a use by date or a best before date so you will have to use the date purchased. Sometimes when strawberries are purchased in a package it is labeled with the date the strawberries were packed into the container or there will be a best buy date on strawberries purchased frozen – this date can be used to calculate the eat by date.
How to tell if Strawberries are bad, rotten or spoiled?
Practicing proper hygiene and food safety techniques will help prevent foodborne illness.
Although not a perfect test, your senses are usually the most reliable instruments to tell if your strawberries have gone bad. Some common traits of bad strawberries are a mushy, soft texture and some discoloration and bruising and then mold will start to appear.
There are, of course, certain health risks associated with spoiled foods so always remember to practice food safety and enjoy your foods before their shelf life has expired!
How to store Strawberries to extend their shelf life?
Strawberries should be stored directly from the store (*do not wash) into a tightly sealed BPE free plastic air-tight container to keep out moisture and other contaminants, this will keep them fresh well beyond any other storage method. This tip is from a farmer and beats any other way to store strawberries, just be sure to *rinse your strawberries off immediately before use and leave the rest sealed for 5 days or even more depending on your container. If they begin to taste like plastic after several days, then your container may not be BPE free and some of the chemicals from the container are beginning to leak into the fruit (you should get new containers).
Some benefits of proper food storage include eating healthier, cutting food costs and helping the environment by avoiding waste.
Food Waste Facts
There are 870 million people in the world today who are undernourished, according to the World Food Programme. That means one out of every eight people is not getting enough food—more than three times as many people as live in the United States.
It’s rather uncomfortable, in light of that daunting figure, to face the facts found in a new report released by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IME): Globally, we’re wasting four billion tons of food every year. In developed countries, we throw away as much as half of the food we buy.
How long are Strawberries good for when prepared in a dish?
How long do strawberries last? That depends. How long do bakery products last? In general, strawberries last only as long as the quickest expiring ingredient in the dish, but fresh strawberries will probably be one of the first ingredients to turn bad.
What are our shelf life resources?
In determining how long Strawberries lasts, our content incorporates research from multiple resources, including the United States Department of Agriculture and the United States Food & Drug Administration. In addition, we scoured the web for informative articles and reports related to food safety, food storage and the shelf life of Strawberries.
*An important note about expiration dates…
Although the Strawberries shelf life information on Eat By Date is generally reliable, please remember that individual cases will vary and that our advice should only be taken as an opinion and not a replacement for your health care professional. Please eat responsibly!
If you’re searching for the solution to get a quick, delicious meal on the table tonight, the TupperWave® Stack Cooker is it. Whether you’re cooking for a family of four, whipping up a few side dishes or appetizers for a get-together, the Stack Cooker adapts to your needs, helping you to create delicious dishes that taste fantastic. Meat stays moist, cakes stay tender and dips stay creamier than ever.
And what’s even better? You can prepare them all at the same time in the microwave while Stack Cooker components are…wait for it…stacked together!
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Note: Cooking times listed in recipes are based on stacking, preparing three dishes at once. If you’re preparing a single dish on its own, cook 8-10 minutes. (Based on 1200W microwave.)
¾-QT./750 ML CASSEROLE/COVER
12 oz./350 g frozen cherries
2 tsp. cornstarch
¼ cup all-purpose flour
½ tsp. Cinnamon Vanilla Seasoning
½ cup rolled oats
¼ cup brown sugar
2 tbsp. unsalted butter
Toss frozen cherries with cornstarch and place in inverted ¾-qt./750 mL Casserole/Cover.
In a small bowl, combine flour, cinnamon, oats and brown sugar. Cut butter into mixture until it achieves a crumbly texture. Pour over cherries.
Stack microwave on high power 15–20 minutes. Let rest 5 minutes. Serve warm.
1¾-QT./1.75 L CASSEROLE
Serving Size: 1 piece chicken
4 chicken cutlets
½ tsp. coarse kosher salt
1 tbsp. mustard
¼ cup Greek yogurt
½ cup breadcrumbs or crumbled crackers
Season chicken with salt.
Fold cutlets in half and place folded edge towards outside of 1¾-Qt./1.75 L Casserole.
Spread mustard and Greek yogurt onto chicken. Cover in breadcrumbs or crumbled crackers.
Stack and microwave on high power 15–20 minutes. Let rest 5 minutes.
3-QT./3 L CASSEROLE
Serving Size: ½ cup
3–4 russet potatoes, peeled
½ tsp. coarse kosher salt
¼ cup water
½ cup whole milk
2 tbsp. butter
Cut peeled potatoes into large chunks. Toss with salt and place in base of 3-Qt./3 L Casserole.
Add water, stack and microwave on high power 15–20 minutes. Let rest 5 minutes.
Add milk and butter to cooked potatoes. Using masher, mash potatoes and mix in milk and butter.