It’s important to note that when we microwave water to boil, the process is slightly different from conventional stovetop cooking method.
Speed: Microwaves are incredibly fast at heating water. Energy Efficiency: Microwaves are relatively efficient when it comes to converting energy into heat.
Uneven Heating: The water near the edges of the container may become much hotter than the center.
Risk of Superheating: Superheating is a phenomenon where water is heated beyond its boiling point without actually boiling. Lack of visual cues & potential container hazards.
Use Microwave-Safe Containers: Selecting a microwave safe container is important to avoid hazardous chemicals from releasing or melting. Stir the water and use a microwave cover or microwave-safe lid.