Here, I found information on the internet:

How much cans be sterilized in the microwave? depends on the size of the container. For small ones, 3 minutes at maximum power is enough. Long sterilization of jars in the microwave, how many minutes maximum can it last? Look at the water in a jar or glass. It should boil over. Once the water has turned into steam, the treatment can be finished. And the sterilization time for cans in a microwave oven larger than 0.5 liters is as follows: liter - 4 minutes, 3 liter - 5 minutes


Fold the chopped vegetables into a clean, unsterilized jar (such that it fits into the microwave in an upright position and there is still a little space left), pour boiling filling up to the very top of the jar (no more than 5 mm should remain to the lid), put in the microwave, cover with a glass lid or saucer without a gold border and sterilize 1 liter jar at full power for 4 minutes, then at reduced power for another 4 minutes. For 0.5 l cans, the time for each step can be reduced to 2 - 3 minutes. After sterilization, remove the jars and immediately roll them up with hot boiled lids.


Pour a little syrup or marinade into prepared glass jars (in a 0.5-0.7 liter jar - 2 tablespoons, in a liter - 3 tablespoons). Fill the jar with fruits or vegetables, cover with a glass lid and set in the microwave. The content heats up, while the filling at the bottom of the can boils intensively. The resulting steam spills the jar and additionally heats the fruit, which speeds up canning, and most importantly, the jars do not burst. Then the cans must be removed, immediately filled to the level of the whisk with boiling filling, quickly rolled up with lids, put upside down on a dry towel and left to cool.

In just 10 minutes in this way, you can prepare 6-8 cans.

Heating time for an oven with a power of 700-800 W: cucumbers, squash, zucchini - 1 min. 40 sec .; sweet pickled or fresh peppers - 1 min. 30 sec .; whole tomatoes - 1 min. 10 sec., Quince compote - 20 min., Apples or pears - 1 min. 40 sec., Gooseberry - 1 min. 40 sec., Drain - 1 min. 30 sec., Peaches, cherries, cherries, apricots - 1 min. 15 sec., Strawberries and raspberries - 1 min. 5 sec.


We sterilize the blanks!
We place the jars inside and turn on the microwave at full power, as soon as the jars with the workpiece boil (we follow through the door), switch to minimum and wait 2-3 minutes. Then we close everything with lids. In the microwave, heating goes evenly, and the whole jar is warmed up.
If you want the workpiece to be softer, you need to sterilize the jar - 5 minutes. Tomatoes just melt.
They roll it up and, as many do: they wrap it up warmly - to cool down.
This topic has existed for a long time and the people are engaged.
So I am citing an article: This is from the old "Worker", it was under the heading "The reader's advice".

A small amount of pouring - syrup or marinade - is poured into prepared glass jars, before laying fruits or vegetables. 2 tbsp is poured into a jar of 0.5-0.65 liters. pouring spoons, in a liter - three. The jar is then filled with fruits or vegetables. Jars are covered with glass lids.
Either 2 cans of 0.5-0.65 liters or 1 liter are placed in the microwave.
Set the time interval (more on that below).
Microwave energy, passing through glass jars and a lid, heats up the contents, while the filling at the bottom of the jar heats up faster than the fruit and boils intensively.
The resulting steam spills the jar and additionally heats the fruit, which speeds up canning, and most importantly, the jars do not burst.
Then the cans are taken out, immediately filled up to the level of the rim of the cans with boiling filling and quickly sealed with lids (i.e. rolled up).
The sealed cans are placed upside down on a dry towel and left to cool.
In 10 minutes, you can cook 6-8 cans.
HEATING TIME (I think this is for max. - 700-800W)

Canned vegetables
- cucumbers, squash, canned zucchini - 1 min 40 sec
- sweet peppers, pickled or fresh - 1 min 30 sec
- whole-canned tomatoes - 1 min 10 sec (here, whoever likes it)

Fruit preserves
- quince compote - 2 min
- - "- apples or pears - 1 min 40 sec
- - "- gooseberry - 1 min 40 sec
- - "- drain - 1 min 30 sec
- - "- peaches, cherries, cherries, apricots - 1 min 15 sec
- - "- strawberries, raspberries - 1 min 5 sec.
Time is also relative, the more cans (or cans) - the more time is needed. For 1 can 0.75l. it takes, for example - one and a half minutes, for 3 banks of the same - about 3.5-4 minutes. After turning off the microwave, wait a little: 10-30 seconds before pulling out so as not to burn yourself.
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Another question is, if you usually sterilize 25 minutes, then how much in a micron? also 25 minutes?
Last year I sterilized pickled cucumbers in a micra, ate with pleasure and stood perfectly, and the most important thing for me was - crispy cucumbers !!!! The largest jar I have is 1.5 liters, I sterilize for 4 minutes. Micra I have a maximum of 850. The first time I determined empirically - how the bubbles of boiling went in the top of the can, I take it out of the microwave, add lemon and roll it up, don't wrap it up, and even try to place the cans further away to cool down faster. It turns out quickly, neatly and you can make one jar at a time, the vegetable garden is close by, collected, pickled cucumbers, do not dig.
I closed the "Nezhinskie" cucumbers, sterilized the 0.7l and 0.5l jars for 4 minutes.
Admin, Tatyanahow good it is that a section of blanks has appeared in the microwave, sometimes when you make small jars (in portions - piece by piece so to speak) or the harvest is not so big it is convenient to use the microwave and sterilize jars is convenient, there is no steam in the kitchen

Lena, all means are good and have a place to be if they bring good results
And the more experience, the better for us
I also like to harvest cucumbers in MV, I have been doing it for the third year already.
Thanks Tanya, I'll have to try!
Asya Klyachina
Girls, and I'm such a coward. I'm still afraid that the bank will suddenly burst in the microscope, can't this happen?

It can happen if the bank is defective - I had such a Truth with an empty can.
And just in general, if you pour a little water into the jar, nothing will happen to it. Proven by experience - this is the only way I sterilize cans for conservation.

There is another way to sterilize jars of vegetables, which I have been using for a long time, and I really like this method. My "cannery" - making life easier when canning at home
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Girls, and I'm such a coward. I'm still afraid that the bank will suddenly burst in the microscope, can't this happen?
Yes, a bank can burst even in water if it is defective, it has happened. I have never been in the microscope yet.
so lovely, I put 5-6 jars and in 8 minutes they are ready
Oh, thanks, I'll try though. And then I hate sterilized blanks, I immediately pass by, and there are so many delicious ones.
Asya Klyachina
Girls, I very much appreciated this method with microwave. Fast and easy. I will see how the banks will stand, but so far I am very pleased. Thank you taught.
Asya Klyachina, for the first time rolled up cucumbers after safely, but after the usual method, they swelled very quickly. True, I do not remove the banks yet, since this is my first experience, I will remove them at the end of the month
I was very interested in this method of sterilization, today I tried it, closed 2 jars of 0.7 cucumber and tomato salad and 4 jars of marrow caviar 0.5 l. If everything resists, then now I will sterilize the method class! I sterilized the empty jars in a micron too.
Great theme!
I make blanks in extreme conditions, in the presence of a microwave oven, a multicooker and a single-burner stove. I sterilize everything in a micron, I looked at the cook there they advise 1 liter - 4 minutes. During this time, the cans dry up after washing and there is no water left at the bottom either. And my lids are burnt out, I don't put them with lids now.

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