When using a kitchen torch or stove to roast marshmallows, you should be careful with the heat. The flame is not as strong as that of a campfire, or a gas stove. Also, the roasting process will take longer. Make sure to turn the skewer to ensure even heating and lower the skewer if necessary.
Using a microwave
You can roast marshmallows in the microwave by first placing them on a microwave-safe plate. When placed in the microwave, they should be a little over four times their original size. You can test whether they’re done by pulling one out and looking inside. The marshmallow should be hollow inside, and the outer layer should be the same color as the inside. The marshmallow should also be pliable enough to easily eat.
To make a microwave s’more, simply place the marshmallows in a microwave-safe dish. Cook them for 20-30 seconds, or until they’re about the size of a graham cracker. Once they’re done, smoosh them together like a sandwich. Each microwave is different, so the time needed may vary.
Another way to make marshmallows in the microwave is by placing a large bowl in the microwave. Add two or three tablespoons of water, stirring frequently. The microwave should be set on high for about thirty seconds, or until the marshmallows are melted and smooth. Stirring regularly is essential to prevent burning the marshmallows.
Using an outdated candle
While you may think it’s a great idea to roast marshmallows over an open flame, that’s a dangerous way to roast them. The lighter fluid gets very hot and is extremely toxic. You also run the risk of introducing debris into your gas system, which may damage your fireplace. Fortunately, there are other ways to simulate a campfire and still use a candle to roast marshmallows.
First of all, use a non-toxic candle. You don’t want to use one that’s scented, or else the marshmallows will be tainted by the scent. Also, try to avoid burning the candle too long. In addition, if you burn a match while roasting marshmallows, the flame may not burn for very long, and you may find it difficult to hold it lit.
Another alternative to using a candle is to use an open bonfire. If you don’t have access to a large bonfire, you can use a space heater or a sterno can. However, if you’re looking to make the perfect s’more, a heat gun may be your best option. Heat guns can preserve the marshmallows and allow you to control the crust level. However, they lack the rustic ambiance of a bonfire.
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