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I bought a Nu Wave oven a few months back and have used it quite a few times, usually for things like baked chicken etc. I did a meat loaf in it too, which turned out pretty good. I guess my question is, does anyone here have & use one of these? Since I plan on really cutting fat & calories come the New Year, I'm looking for some healthy recipes. Any suggestions?

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I have not heard of this oven.  Is it something different from ovens of the past? 

Here's a link to their official site, just so you can see what it is. It's a convection/infra red oven, and it really does do a nice job on everything I've cooked, so far. I do belong to a site for Nu Wave owners but haven't really seen a lot of recipes or information on reheating frozen food etc. I was hoping that someone here might have some input. 


http://pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=Nuwave+oven Are you a part of Pinterest?  I searched your oven and it came up with many pins.  Many of the pins were recipes. 

awesome, Grammie Sue! I'll check it out!

I've seen it online, it looked interesting. I've seen another new type of oven recently that worked with water or steam. I have a small tabletop convection oven that I use a lot.

Let us know more about your NU Wave experiences AmerikinWmn, nothing like getting info from real experience.

As I mentioned, I've used it a few times. I've roasted a whole chicken which turned out great, nice and juicy and browned well on the outside. I did a pot roast, which truthfully, I didn't do correctly so it wasn't so hot. Baked potatoes turned out fine, and I've done frozen food, like chicken strips etc. which were good. I have noticed that it doesn't seem to be all that much faster than a regular oven, maybe a bit, but it uses far less electricity and you don't heat up the whole joint, which is a plus in the summer. Since I'm just cooking for 2, the fact that I'm saving on the light bill is a plus too. Another good thing is it's a lot easier to clean than the regular oven!

I did some chicken breasts in the Nuwave oven, they turned out really moist and good. I used soul food seasoning, a little extra cumin, granulated garlic and a pinch of ground cayenne pepper; put 2 TB extra virgin olive oil in a plastic baggie, added the seasoning and squished them together to mix. Added 3 chicken breast halves and sealed it up. Left them for about 3 - 4 hrs, then cooked them in the Nuwave for about 8 minutes on each side, 16 minutes all together. You'd have to adjust for the thickness but it's not hard. As I said they turned out great.

Before making the chicken I made some homemade mac and cheese in the Nuwave and I was really happy with the way it turned out. Since I've never made homemade mac & cheese in my life, I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but I had found a recipe on the back of a macaroni box when I made tuna mac salad the other day. I used that as a base and redid it to my liking and as I said, it turned out well. Since you can use any pan or implement in this oven that you would use in a regular oven, it makes it easy. As long as it fits, that is, lol.

AmerikinWmn How are you doing with the Nu Wave oven?  Are you getting used to it?  

Yes I am, Grammie Sue. It's just a matter of adjusting the time for some recipes, but it's really nice not having to heat up the big oven and that will be a real treat in the summer!




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