Worthy Counterparts for Microwave oven

Nowadays, most kitchens have a microwave oven. It is very simple to use, and anyone can cook some simple recipes in a microwave oven. A microwave oven can be used to reheat pasta, pizza, soups, noodles, rice, and many other foods. During their college years, many students eat mostly microwaved foods.

You are not alone if you have been using a microwave oven for a long time but are now considering switching to a better alternative. Many people have made the switch, and we’ve read that none of them has ever returned to using a microwave oven. So, what are some of the best microwave oven substitutes? Let’s take a look at that in more detail below.

Best counterparts for microwave oven:

Air fryers

At the moment, air fryers are the most popular alternative to microwave ovens. Since the pandemic, nearly half of the world has purchased an air fryer and created amazing recipes with it. You won’t believe how many different foods you can make with an air fryer. You can make fried chicken, fried vegetables, and even Indian foods like samosas and fried momos. If you frequently prepare fried foods, air fryers are the best option. Another advantage of using an air fryer is that you can enjoy delicious fried foods without using much oil or butter. Isn’t that incredible?

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No, we’re not referring to microwave ovens. We’re referring to the old-fashioned ovens that everyone had before the microwave became popular. These ovens are commonly found throughout western countries. However, even Indian families are now installing conventional ovens in their homes to bake scrumptious recipes. It can be difficult to reheat foods in the oven because you must be careful not to overcook the already cooked food. If you want to use it for reheating food, you’ll need a low-temperature setting and some practice. And, to be honest, ovens are more flexible and adaptive than anything else.

Toaster ovens

Toaster ovens are not commonly used in Indian households. You may have seen one of these in a small cafe or snack shop in your neighbourhood. Most restaurants use these to reheat their snacks so that they are crispy for customers. Toaster ovens can be an excellent substitute for microwave ovens. You can roast vegetables, meat, and chicken, as well as reheat any food. These ovens can also be used to bake a variety of foods. Toaster ovens are the best option if you want something similar to a microwave but with a different design.

Dutch ovens

You might think this is another machine-like substitute for a microwave oven. But it isn’t. A Dutch oven is essentially a pot with a tight-fitting lid. If you primarily use your microwave oven to cook or reheat fluid foods such as creamy pasta, soups, rice, and so on, a dutch oven is ideal. This is an especially good option for Indians because almost every meal includes some sort of sabzi or fluid side dish. So, without a microwave oven, you can easily reheat leftovers on the normal stovetop or an electric stovetop.


A crockpot is the type of appliance to use for slow cooking. They are fantastic for cooking meats, soups, and Indian dishes such as sambhar and rasam. Crock Pots, like microwave ovens, have a timer and will turn themselves off when the timer expires. If you are short on time at home, use crock pots by putting all of the ingredients in and setting a timer. It will get the job done more quickly and efficiently.


This is not the perfect idea, but it may be ideal for those who enjoy steamed foods. Salads and steamed foods are popular among many people. Cooking those foods traditionally with water and a pot can be time-consuming. Using a microwave oven, you can quickly steam the vegetables. Steamers, on the other hand, are the best microwave replacement. They are suitable for everyone because they are simple to use.

You can select one or more of these microwave oven alternatives for an efficient cooking method. By making the switch to better and healthier options, you are making the right decision.

What are some of your favourite microwave oven alternatives? What types of foods do you prepare using your substitute device? Please do let us know!

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