Baking in Microwave Oven or Convection in India

You can bake In Microwave Convection or Microwave Oven. Convection mode is required for baking cake, cookies and Pizza. Simple Microwave cannot bake.

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta          Updated  22 Oct, 20


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How to bake in microwave is a common question these days when you have the various additional features, that come baked with a single device especially in India.

Microwave baking concept was popularized by devices that have the convection mode. If your device does not have this mode, baking in microwave is not possible.

Baking in Oven is pretty much same as Microwave Convection. In-fact, new age devices these days even have a combi mode of Convection + Micro that helps bake even faster than standard Ovens.

Microwave Oven is a standard term and the device may or may not be capable of baking, specifically in India.

We are answering all the basic questions related to baking (like cookies, Pizza and cake) with your Microwave device here.

What is the difference between Microwave and Microwave-Oven (Microwave with Convection mode)?

Microwave is a basic gadget that is primarily used for heating. It throws micro-waves horizontally which helps heat up the stuff pretty quickly.

Microwave Oven on the other hand is an extension of basic Microwave. The extension means that it has additional capability to do the Oven tasks as well.

The heating system of a ‘Microwave+Oven’ is a bit more complex and throws heat from all sides and hence helps in baking process. The convection mode is the term which is used by manufacturers to market Microwaves which can also do baking.

Can we bake Pizza in simple basic Microwave?

You cannot bake Pizza in simple Microwave.

Some of the basic microwaves might help you bake something and some people might contest this as well if they have done baking with them.

But, technically, they are not made for baking and you might not be able to achieve the same level of results as you might achieve with Microwave Oven.

Simple microwave can help you cook the cake but would not be able to give the brown crust. If you are okay with sacrificing the brown and crispy crust, you can actually use Microwave for baking as a hack.

We advice you to either use Microwave with convection or Oven. Did you know that you can bake in pressure cooker?

Should we buy a standalone oven or Microwave Oven or basic Microwave?

Microwave with convection mode is the best value for money if you want to do ‘ek teer se do nishaane‘ (solve two purpose with one arrow)

We also did the same and bought the microwave convection while we were in India.

If you do not plan to do any baking, I would recommend to buy only Microwave as it will cost you much less than the microwave with convection mode.

What temperature and time should be used for baking in Microwave convection?

The temperature and time settings should be same in Microwave convection as you would use in the standard Oven.
The recipe should remain same.

What mode should be used for baking in a microwave convection ? Only convection or Micro+Convection combo?

You can use either convection mode or micro with convection mode for baking in microwave convection.

Both modes (simple convection or micro + convection) serve the same purpose. The difference is that micro+convection mode runs on micro mode for some time and convection mode for the rest of the time. This is done to bake the food item on varying levels of heat at different point of time.

For example, if you set total time as 30 minutes, the device will run on micro mode for 30% of the time and rest 70% of time on Convection.

This percentage division depends entirely on your particular device and model. Check device manual for more information.

The device manufacturing companies argue that the micro+convection mode cooks or bakes the food faster than simple convection mode. We have not verified this claim but it seems logical.

Are Borosil glass utensils good for baking?

As per our own experience, we have not found Borosil baking dish (glass) good for baking. They are too thick and we have seen that the cake or any other stuff that you bake does not bake well from the bottom portion.

Basically, the portion which is hidden deep inside the utensil would not bake well.

It is advisable to use other bake-ware made with aluminium or steel with thin skin. This helps in baking the stuff evenly on all sides.

What kind of utensils can be used for baking and simple heating in microwave?

We use the standard microwave safe utensils for heating and oven safe ones for baking.
Normally, it is written on the utensil itself about its safe usage.

What is pre-heating and how can we do it in microwave oven or plain oven?

Pre-heating is a process of getting the microwave oven warmed up before baking.

This is same as you would heat up the griddle before cooking chapati or heat up oil before frying.

These days, almost all new microwave ovens or plain ovens have the automated option of pre-heating where you just need to select the temperature and start the pre-heating.

If you do not have this option or want to do it manually, then just select the temperature as per your recipe and start the equipment with nothing in it for the specified time.

For e.g. a recipe might ask you to pre-heat oven for 2 minutes on 400 F.

Is there any difference in the taste of the food cooked in Microwave Convection vs Oven?

We have used both Microwave Convection and an Oven to bake our cakes. They are almost same. Standalone Oven is definitely better but microwave convection is nothing less too.

What this means is that you can very well use Microwave Convection to bake with no worries about the quality of baking. We have not found any considerable difference.

Here is the Veggie Pizza that we baked using Microwave Convection.

As a matter of fact, we have used pressure cooker to bake cakes with same level of quality as any other Over or Microwave-Oven!

You can check out on your own the Molten Lava Cake in Cooker and Chocolate Nuts Cake In Cooker recipes.

Can we use Oven recipe in Microwave convection without any changes?

You can use the same recipe in both microwave convection and microwave oven without any changes.

We have tried and tested various temperature settings while baking in both Oven and Microwave Convection and found them to be same.

Can we use the plastic based utensils for BAKING which are given FREE with Microwave Oven purchase?

Our experience with the FREE utensils is bad. They just melted away when we tried to bake but worked fine when we used it just for heating.

What this means is that the FREE ones are only good for microwave mode. They can’t be exposed to baking. You should buy Oven safe utensils for baking even in Microwave Oven.

It is possible that the utensils that you received FREE with your purchase are high quality products and are Oven safe. Please check the marking on the utensil base. If it is good for Oven, you can use it for baking. In our case, the FREE ones were not Oven safe.

How to differentiate between micro-waving (heating) and baking in microwave Oven?

Microwave Oven has a different mode to set before you start doing anything with it. Make sure that you have set the Oven/Bake mode before starting to bake.

Normally, the default mode is Microwave i.e. heating.

Can we grill on the glass turntable of the Microwave Convection Grill?

You can grill on the glass turntable of the microwave convection grill.

The only thing is that the lower portion of the food item may not grill well. So, it is obviously better to use a grill if you have it but not absolutely necessary.

Microwave Oven in India vs USA

In some countries like USA and UAE, Microwave Oven is not marketed as the one capable of baking.

The microwave oven and microwave convection look the same and hence do not get confused.

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Please make sure that the device’s details do mark it as having ‘CONVECTION‘ mode (in addition to Microwave Oven), if you want to bake cakes, cookies and Pizza especially in India, Australia and UK.

If the Microwave Oven does NOT have ‘Convection’ mode, it is NOT capable of baking.

Baking Dishes That We Use

We use these basic baking dishes for all our recipes at inHouseRecipes:

#1 Bread Baking Pan – This rectangle pan is used for baking breads or bread shaped cakes.

Bread baking Dish

#2 Pizza baking dish – Circular pan with an opening in the middle. This helps in pushing out the Pizza easily after baking.

Pizza Baking Dish

#4 Cup Cake Baking Tray – Have small circular holes for baking multiple cup cakes at same time.

Cupcake bake pans

Use can buy a collection of these sets from Amazon easily in your country.

All Types of Baking Pans

Do you have anything to add to this article? Please share in the comments section.
Your suggestions/corrections and advises are most welcome.

Quick Tips

   193 Useful Questions & Answers from comments

  1. priyanka
    priyanka 15 Nov, 16 at 1:22 pm

    I hv bought morphy richards 25 cg convection microwave this month, and when I bake something in this ,then it just burn that thing and sometimes it makes the upper surface of the pizza base so hard that it can’t even able to eat by anybody and the same thing in case of cookies too. even I have used the receipes of many people but it doesnot works properly . so plz tell me that is there something wrong in the microwave or I m doing it in a wrong way.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 15 Nov, 16 at 3:16 pm

      Hi Priyanka,
      I do not think that your device is bad.
      I would say that you are overcooking. Try to reduce the total time you keep the stuff for baking.

      • Christine Jackson
        Christine Jackson 27 Nov, 16 at 10:00 am

        I cooked a Date loaf in a metal loaf tin on auto convection mode , it burned on top before the middle cooked..I tried to finish in ordinary Micro , but it was still in the metal tin ?? it seemed to be Ok. The Auto temperature sounded very high .
        Any Tips on baking cakes please . Is 160- 180 deg ok for cakes
        Is pyrex glass loaf tin better ?
        I am finding instructions very confusing

  2. anand
    anand 14 Nov, 16 at 10:38 am

    i have used aluminum cake bowl in conviction mode . i baked fine . but i have been told by some microwave users not use aluminum or steel in microwave mode … is it true ? why ? i use samaung microwave slim fry model .
    and if we can use aluminum in microwave mode can we bake cake in same mode

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 14 Nov, 16 at 12:32 pm

      We do not recommend using aluminum utensil in convection mode for baking.
      It is always better to use utensil that are specifically marked as ‘microwave safe’ or ‘ovem safe’.

  3. Deepa Lakshmi
    Deepa Lakshmi 5 Nov, 16 at 7:49 pm

    Hello Anil,
    Which bake ware shud i use if baking in combo(micro + convection mode)

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 14 Nov, 16 at 12:31 pm

      Hi Deepak, looks like your comment was missed.
      If you are still looking for an answer, then use Oven safe or microwave safe utensil in combo mode.

  4. Anurag
    Anurag 1 Nov, 16 at 8:36 am

    Hello sir ,
    I have samsung microwave oven, I have used it only once when i bought it 6 years back will it be safe to use it now after 6 years (for cooking and baking)?

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 1 Nov, 16 at 11:33 am

      If there is no problem with the device, then I don’t see any issue with using it.

      • Anurag
        Anurag 1 Nov, 16 at 2:53 pm

        Thank you for such a quick response . Now I can use without any doubt ☺

        • Anurag
          Anurag 1 Nov, 16 at 2:58 pm

          The device is working perfectly fine ,I was just worrying that as it was remain unused for so many years maybe its waves got deterioate or radiations may turned harmful for health . Thats it . ☺

  5. Mahima
    Mahima 5 Oct, 16 at 2:23 pm

    I have the same microwave as you guys have.. N I really want to use the bake mode of it however I am confused about the utensils to be used, so the glass plate which comes with the microwave should I remove it while preheating and baking or should I keep it and I also wanted to ask if I should put the cake baking dish (which is used in regular oven) on top of the glass plate while baking… Kindly help and advice

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 5 Oct, 16 at 2:29 pm

      Hi Mahima,
      1. You should keep the glass plate (or tray table) while baking.
      2. Keep the baking utensil (whatever you have) on top of glass table for baking.
      3. Glass plate should be inside the Microwave when you pre-heat.

      • Mahima
        Mahima 5 Oct, 16 at 11:35 pm

        Thanks Anil for such a quick response… Will try baking something soon and will share the experience, thanks again

  6. Kay
    Kay 3 Oct, 16 at 9:24 pm

    I have a microwave/ convection oven. When baking on convection it cooks the outside but not the middle even though I follow the instructions on the packet…am I doing something wrong….my previous oven was bigger and cooked great…this is a 25 litre…please help if you can

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 4 Oct, 16 at 1:33 pm

      1. Probably, the temperature is too high. I would suggest to reduce the temperature by 50 degrees and bake for more time rather than high temp-less time.
      2. If the size of the dish you are baking is too big for 25 litre, reducing the size will also help as it would provide more space for heat to flow.

  7. Majid Maqbool
    Majid Maqbool 28 Sep, 16 at 5:30 pm

    hello i have brought LG MH7040SS it says combination cooking option.
    just need to check if i can bake?
    if yes whats the procedure.
    thanks in advance

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 29 Sep, 16 at 3:08 pm

      Hi Majid,
      I don’t think it has ‘convection’ mode of cooking. You need it essentially for baking.

  8. suruchi
    suruchi 26 Sep, 16 at 12:53 pm

    hi ,
    need help.i m having..LG MC 7688DP 26 L OG Oven White ..trying to learn baking in this, watching ur videos… this grill stand make me confuse,what mode n temp i should set for my micro oven round 2 knobs are there so keep getting confuse..n in convection mode same problem…. one more imp question how much size bakeware i should buy,my oven is 26L .. i recently purshesd ALDA combo from paytm..but cookie tray is very big..i want PIZZA pan, CAKE mold, n Bread pan..plz guide me abt bakeware size n modes to copratre…thank u so much

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 29 Sep, 16 at 3:06 pm

      Hi Suruchi,
      Somehow, we missed your comment.
      1. You should follow your device manual for grilling options.
      2. Bake-ware size depends on how much quantity you are trying to bake. The size of the device would not make much difference.
      3. Buy the baking utensil size as per your consumption need i.e. how much a piece you would want to bake.

  9. SUMI
    SUMI 20 Sep, 16 at 11:51 am

    i bought a black and Decker (MZ3000PG) microwave oven where i found two options microwave and Grill/combi. can i bake on this ? If yes how will i set the temp ?

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 20 Sep, 16 at 3:21 pm

      Hi Sumi,
      I checked the manuals for this product and it does not mention anything about baking.
      Unless, it has the ‘convection’ mode of cooking, you can’t bake with it.

      it is a simple Microwave with Grilling feature, but no baking.

  10. Hana Trojanová
    Hana Trojanová 20 Aug, 16 at 6:32 pm

    Hello. I just bought microwave oven from Zanussi. It shows me possibilities to make fish, chicken, meat, vegetables, baked potatoes, pizza, frozen dinner and also beverage and reheat button. But it doesn’t have mode for cake itself. If I press button power I can choose in percentage up to 100% and then press start without any chosen mode (as chicken, meat, etc.). I can also choose grill / combi (It is written “Press to set a grill-cooking or a combination cooking system”). I don’t know honestly if I can bake cakes in it. And if I can should I use “Power” button or something else?
    Also I read in your article that we should bake the same as in recipes for normal oven but for example it is written to bake on degrees 180C for 40 minutes. So what percent should I use and for how long?

    In manual (not available online) I found below information:
    Power Consumption (Microwave): 1500W
    Power Consumption (Oven): 1300W
    Rated Microwave Power Output: 1000W
    Operation frequency: 2450MHz
    Cooking Uniformity: Turntable System

    Thank you for you reply in advance and sorry for my English, I am not native speaker.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 20 Aug, 16 at 10:15 pm

      Hi Hana,
      1. If it says it can bake Pizza, then you can bake cake too.
      2. Use the full power I.e. 100% power level while baking and use the timings as mentioned in the recipe.
      Note: whenever you try a cake recipe, the timings are always approximate. This is because each device has its own capability for baking and you will get to know the time for your device after couple of hit and trials.

      The time in the recipe would be more or less right. You would just need to keep an eye to make sure cake does not over cook or keeps uncooked.

  11. Navpreet Kaur
    Navpreet Kaur 14 Aug, 16 at 7:09 pm

    Hii anil,
    I have a Samsung microwave DE68-03139 with me.can you pls help me by letting me know whether we can bake cakes in convection mode ???
    Also, can I use a borosil bowl (convection mode)for baking a cake ???….i will be very thankful to you.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 15 Aug, 16 at 12:21 am

      Hi Navpreet,
      I am unable to find your device’s user manual or product specifications online. Hence, I can;t really comment if it can bake or not.
      If it has convection mode, then it should be able to bake.

      Regarding the borosil utensils, we have provided our experience here:

      • Navpreet Kaur
        Navpreet Kaur 15 Aug, 16 at 3:01 am

        Thanku anil…..
        I have read the above piece of information regarding the utensil.but in convection mode for baking cakes, what type of utensil is absolutely safe.i mean tht can we use aluminium or a steel vessel , layering a butter paper at the bottom, at convection mode ???
        Is it safe thru ?

        • Sohini Mondal
          Sohini Mondal 16 Jun, 17 at 8:33 pm

          hello! read this through.. and still confused over the utensils.. the borosil utensil experience says its better to use aluminium or steel (oven safe) for baking in convection mode.. but anil just replied “We do not recommend using aluminum utensil in convection mode for baking.
          It is always better to use utensil that are specifically marked as ‘microwave safe’ or ‘ovem safe’.” to Anand who has used aluminium cake pan in his convection microwave oven!!? no clarity at all! sorry!

          • Anil Gupta
            Anil Gupta 16 Jun, 17 at 8:59 pm

            Hi Sohinii,
            I have written ‘bake-ware made with Aluminium or steel’ is better than Glass based utensils.
            The standard aluminium bowl or a katori is not good enough to bake. Bake wares are coated with special material that helps them sustain high heat.

            Hence, you should always use the utensil that has been specifically marked as ‘Oven safe’ for baking.

          • Sohini Mondal
            Sohini Mondal 16 Jun, 17 at 9:18 pm

            ok great! so just to clarify.. as far as what i have gathered here is that:
            1. oven-safe bakeware (aluminium or steel) can be used in the “convection” mode in a microwave convection oven and
            2. microwave safe utensils (non metal) should be used when using any microwave combination mode!

          • Anil Gupta
            Anil Gupta 18 Jun, 17 at 4:33 pm

            1. Yes
            2. If the utensil is marked ONLY ‘Microwave Safe’, it is mostly not safe to be used in Oven.
            If it is marked both “Microwave and Oven safe’, then it is good for Baking and using in ‘Microwave convection’ mode.

            Please note that baking process generally happens at high heat of aroung 400 F (180 C) for a longer time than any other microwaving (just heating) process.
            So, it is important that the utensil you use can bear that kind of heat for a longer time.

            Plastic based Microwave safe utensils will most probably MELT while baking, if they are NOT marked OVEN safe too.

            Also, I strongly recommend NOT to use plastic AT ALL. It is known to cause cancer if you use Plastic for heating, let alone baking.

          • Sohini Mondal
            Sohini Mondal 18 Jun, 17 at 5:20 pm

            thanks a lot Anil! im sorted now! 🙂
            completely agree with plastic being pretty unsafe!
            oh and this forum’s been really informative otherwise too!!

          • Anil Gupta
            Anil Gupta 19 Jun, 17 at 3:30 pm

            You are welcome.

  12. Shwetha
    Shwetha 2 Aug, 16 at 8:14 am

    Hi Anil,
    new to this blog and read all the questions and queries which you had replied it was very easy to understand…but after reading all these still i have my own doubt.

    i planned to buy whirlpool magic cook 30BC (30 ltr) can you please let me know whether it is suitable for baking…

    i would be very much thankfull in advance:)

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 2 Aug, 16 at 4:00 pm

      I have checked its product specifications and it has the “convection'” mode. Hence, you can use it for baking cake and other products.

      • Shwetha
        Shwetha 3 Aug, 16 at 6:52 am

        Hi Anil,

        Thank you so much for your reply i was waiting literally 🙂

        • Shwetha
          Shwetha 3 Aug, 16 at 6:53 am

          i am very eager to try the baking dishes in my new one…thank you once again:)

          • Anil Gupta
            Anil Gupta 3 Aug, 16 at 1:27 pm

            You are welcome. I am glad we could help you.

  13. Amierha Ibrahim
    Amierha Ibrahim 19 Jul, 16 at 1:18 pm

    Hello, thank you for this information.
    Recently, I baked some cakes in my microwave convection but I found it was not fully cooked, but when I used the combi(convection+micro+grill) it is fully cooked but it is limited to some meal only(pizza). I am confused whether to use the combi(micro+convection) or the convection only because if I use the combi one, I can’t set the temperature in it. Please help me, I could use some advices.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 19 Jul, 16 at 1:49 pm

      The answer to your question is actually not straight-forward. The way these new devices called Microwave convection Oven’s are built, they have different power levels and hence different cooking times.

      As per my information, the Micro+convection or micro+convection (combi) mode is supposed to work better, if your device has it. I have tried to answer it here (in the above article).

      I would suggest to use the combi mode for baking as it would cook faster and better. Or if you are using simple convection mode and the food is not baked fully within the time mentioned in recipe, you would just need to add 4-5 minutes more. That’s it. Over time, or after 3-4 baking recipes, you would be able to know more about your device’s capabilities with respect to baking time and temperature levels.

      Let us know if you need more information.

      • Amierha Ibrahim
        Amierha Ibrahim 19 Jul, 16 at 2:00 pm

        Thank you for your reply. It will try that in the my next recipe.

  14. Ann
    Ann 17 Jul, 16 at 5:41 pm

    Hi, I just bought a Morphy Richards MWO 25 CG (200 ACM). There is a Grill + Convection mode and a Micro+ Convection mode. Which one do I use to bake cupcakes,cakes and cookies. The Pre-heat option is only present in the G+C mode. Please advise. I just ruined some great batter (always made my cakes on thr good old stove) in trying differe permutations and combinations and the cup cakes turned out flat or burnt or crispy tops.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 17 Jul, 16 at 5:54 pm

      Hi Ann,
      You can use either the ‘convection’ mode or the ‘micro + ‘convection’ mode for baking.

      We have always used the ‘convection’ mode with our recipes though.

      • Ann
        Ann 18 Jul, 16 at 5:10 am

        Thanks for the response Anil. There is no ‘convection’ mode on the panel. I just have the ‘Grill + Convection’ and the ‘Micro + convection ‘ mode. Will use the latter. Thanks.

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 19 Jul, 16 at 1:50 pm

          You are welcome.

  15. Sunita
    Sunita 17 Jul, 16 at 3:04 am

    My oven model is GW73BD [01 Samsung.can u pls tell me whether it is suitable for baking

  16. Neenu
    Neenu 16 Jul, 16 at 4:08 am

    Hello Sir,

    I have an ordianry oven which is used for heating food. Can I use this oven to bake cakes. Actually I do not know how to bake cake. I wanna try it. But Am not sure whether this oven is suitable for baking or not. Kindly help me.. If it is can be used?

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 16 Jul, 16 at 5:05 am

      Hi Neenu,
      I can’t really say if you can bake in the device that you have. You will have to check the user manual to see if it is capable of baking.

      If the device is only for heating purpose, I doubt that it would bake anything.

  17. Subaa
    Subaa 22 May, 16 at 9:36 pm

    Hi there, Recently I’ve bought a smart oven from Samsung which is convectional microwave. I also have a muffin tin that fits perfectly inside it that would probably not rotate if placed on the turntable. How can I use that tray to bake? Is it fine to bake with the tray at a point after which the turntable stops rotating or can I bake with the turntable removed? Thanks in advance for the reply….

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 23 May, 16 at 1:25 pm

      I believe it is okay to bake without the turntable too ( i mean with turn-table removed) unless the device’s user-manual says otherwise.

  18. tia
    tia 29 Apr, 16 at 6:01 am

    Hi, I love your site and the detailed way you explain everything.

    I wanted to ask about the cookware you use for baking in a Samsung Smart Oven MC32F604TCT. I recently bought the Samsung oven and I am confused about what cookware to use. I am very new to baking and have absolutely no idea which is safe and which can be used in a microwave convection oven.
    I went shopping to buy the cookware (like the one pictured in this site) but most say ‘not suitable for microwave use’. I assume they mean to be used only for oven. Can these be used in the convection mode of Samsung oven?

    Would appreciate your help.Thanks.


    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 29 Apr, 16 at 2:10 pm

      Hi Tia,
      We are glad you like the site.

      I would not recommend using the ones for baking that are not recommended for microwave use.
      If you are in India, Check out these bake-ware from

      They all have the tags: OTG safe, Microwave Safe.

      OTG safe means they are good for baking.

      Does that answer your query?

      • tia
        tia 29 Apr, 16 at 2:30 pm

        Thank you Anil. I shall try and look for suitable bakeware. Will come back if I have queries. Thanks again.

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 29 Apr, 16 at 3:29 pm

          You are welcome.

      • Deepa Lakshmi
        Deepa Lakshmi 5 Nov, 16 at 7:47 pm

        Hi Anil,

        Which bake-ware shud i use if baking cake in combo – microwave + convection?

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 5 Nov, 16 at 8:01 pm

          Any utensil that’s marked as microwave and oven safe is good for baking.

  19. Sundel
    Sundel 21 Apr, 16 at 10:46 am

    Thank you so much Sir. All my questions were answered and doubts were cleared beautifully.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 21 Apr, 16 at 1:09 pm

      You are welcome Sundel.

  20. shwetha
    shwetha 13 Apr, 16 at 10:26 am

    which brand microwave oven is best in india for baking cakes and cookies

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 13 Apr, 16 at 2:53 pm

      Hi Shweta,
      It is difficult to say which one is best. Everyone has their own preferences. We own the Onida Microwave Convection and have not got the chance the use any other.

      You can try any of the popular brands like Samsung or IFB.