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Tupperware MicroPro Grill REVIEW

What is MicroPro Grill?

As per the infomercial it is a container by Tupperware for grilling food in the microwave. It asserts to come with smart technology that heats up quickly to 220 degrees C/ 425 degrees F for offering consistent, perfect grilling of meat and vegetables.

 

 

Tupperware MicroPro Grill CLAIMS

Indoor grilling
MicroPro Grill proclaims to offer a chance to foodies for grilling food inside their microwave anytime they want. The smart container states to be designed to offer an outdoor grill-like taste for indoor food without taking a lot of prep work and time. Such fanciful claims made by MicroPro Grill will be only verified once users send us their reviews.

Consistent results
MicroPro Grill claims to be different over other containers due to its smart technology. It can reach a temperature of up to 425 degrees F/220 degrees C within few seconds. It further alleges that the heat stays consistent at that temperature to ensure perfect grilling results every single time. This consistent heat in MicroPro Grill assures to grill meat, fish, and vegetables in under 20 minutes of duration. Such a technology is impressive since it cuts grilling time a lot; user reviews will expose the truth soon.

Intelligent design
MicroPro Grill promises to have a design that comes with stainless steel material that shields the food from microwaves. Instead, it asserts to direct the microwaves to the hot plates on both sides of the food for a perfect, grilled result. This container also emphasizes to have a dual-position cover that either grill the food completely or can be used for a golden brown crispy-top casserole cooking. It promises to offer a range of cooking possibilities that includes making crisp desserts, casseroles, au gratins, and pizzas in Casserole Cooking mode and grilling and searing sandwiches, meats, and vegetables in the Grill Cook mode.

Exclusive features
MicroPro Grill maintains to have a superior nonstick surface inside that ensures less oil is used for grilling tasty, healthy food. It also convinces to be easy to clean since no food residue is stuck on the surface after cooking. The container claims to have a large handle that can be easily used to grab the cover without the need to use oven gloves. The powerful grill container guarantees to be perfect for cooking food for the entire family with its 1.5 L capacity. Does MicroPro Grill really provide perfect grilling in the microwave? User reviews will soon reveal the facts.

 

Tupperware MicroPro Grill REVIEW

Cecilia Burgess says in her Tupperware MicroPro Grill review- “Doesn’t really ‘grill’ as much as roast. I put a steak in it and cooked it for at least 15 minutes and it was juicy and tender but not ‘grilled’ like if I’d used a George Foreman grill. It was more like I’d put it in a covered dish in the oven for a half hour and roasted it. Same with veggies – they were soggy”.

Hilda Griffin mentions in her review of the Tupperware MicroPro Grill -“It cooks from the outside in, it takes at least 4x as long to cook, and food continues to cook for several minutes after the microwave shuts off. I’ve only used it a few times, but I might as well cook on the stovetop, where it’s easier to monitor how well the meat is done”.

Tanya Owens writes in her review of the Tupperware MicroPro Grill that it works well but she is not sure there’s any advantage to other cookware.

Cecelia Campbell says in her Tupperware MicroPro Grill review that she really liked the way the outside crust was made with flour taste but unfortunately it burnt the outside while the inside was still cold.

Lorena Gray states in her Tupperware MicroPro Grill review that she tried to make a hamburger on this and found it nowhere near as good as on the BBQ.

In her review Angela Curry says that overall it’s like having a Gorge Foreman grill without the press down but the Foreman grill would probably work better on a burger.

Another user Kristy Hunter claims in her Tupperware MicroPro Grill review –“If you are thinking of buying something like this, remember, it’s about speed, it won’t taste as good as oven, pan, or BBQ, but it’s faster.

Dianne Harrington who purchased the Tupperware MicroPro Grill mentions in her review that it worked well on pork, but she is still not happy with how it grills chicken or steak. In order to get the chicken or steak to brown, it overcooked them, she says.

Elsa Brown used the Tupperware MicroPro Grill and states in her review – “I’ve tried chicken breasts (boneless and skinless) and boneless pork chops. Both came out juicy enough, but lacked the nice color of grilled meat. Actually, a lot of juice escaped from the pork chops, but there was still enough in the meat to keep it moist. I will keep on experimenting and if I have a breakthrough, I’ll update my review”.

Shawna Mitchell is happy with the Tupperware MicroPro Grill and says in her review that it is great for making a hamburger or steak or fish in the microwave especially in a hotel room.

Allison Carpenter says in her review of the Tupperware MicroPro Grill – “It felt rather strange to grill in the microwave oven. It however does work – though not perfectly. It takes longer than advertised and the items do not really come out with grill marks – but it is a useful addition to the kitchen”.

Alberta Roberson claims in her Tupperware MicroPro Grill review that the only downside is that the smell of fish lingers for a few days even though you wash well. Other than that, it’s great and saves energy/time when you cook.
Sara Saunders bought the Tupperware MicroPro Grill and writes in her review- “Does as described but takes 2-3 x longer to cook and you must flip the food you cook”.

In her review of the Tupperware MicroPro Grill, Tina Bowman states – “It is quite small; it’s a one person size, definitely not for a family. Follow cooking instructions…must be pre sprayed before cooking. Seems to work great…easy to clean, its hand wash only but not dish washer safe”.

 

 

What do I get?
MicroPro™ Grill just for $199.00
Official Website:tupperware.com

5 Comments on "Tupperware MicroPro Grill REVIEW"

  1. I am a Tupperware Consultant and have used the MicroPro Grill almost daily for several years now. I think the reviews this article features are dated and do not reflect the experiences I have had with the MicroPro Grill. I regularly grill chicken and pork in the MicroPro Grill for my daily meal prep. If the meat is prepared correctly and cooking time is correctly selected, the meat is juicy, seared, and flavorful. I created a recipe blog at http://www.beepandasizzle.com to share my recipes and experiences with my customers. I think your readers would greatly benefit from my recipes using the MicroPro Grill. Joyce

  2. Margaret Short | 3rd April 2019 at 9:01 pm | Reply

    What is a guide for the timing of the food you cook. I don’t know how long to cook the food. Do I just start @ three minutes and keep checking the food? Help

  3. Pleas give me a cooking chart on how long to cook the food. Do I just start it at three minutes and keep checking it.

  4. Joanie Mosley | 27th April 2019 at 9:49 pm | Reply

    Most of the reviews dont even seem real to me. Ive owned the Tupperware Micro Pro Grill for about 3 years and our family loves it. All these reviews seem false compared to what we have experienced…. it DOES grill in the Microwave. Steak, Burgers even Chicken and they taste delicious. This pan gives the option to cook in oven mode and a grill mode. Perhaps most of these folks used the wrong mode??

  5. My Tupp Grill works fine. Cooks fast, sears, and with some experimentation with time and thickness of the meat, it will turn out perfect. Use less cooktime and check for doneness and move on from there. takes some thinking about what is cooking and being prepared;not verbatim cookbook methodology. Use the Pro Grill quite often and no problems.

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