I LOVE my NuWave oven!! It looks eggs in 11 minutes flat from fridge to table. The convection cooking allows any extra grease to drip off into the pan. I think I actually like it better than the electric grill.
Wendy R. made mouth-watering tilapia using her NuWave Oven Pro in just a few minutes! Plus, as you can see, by lining the liner pan with tin foil, cleanup was a snap! After marinating the fish in lemon juice and Old Bay seasoning, Wendy cooked the tilapia for 5 minutes per side on Power Level HI on the 4-inch rack. After garnishing with some parsley, dinner was served!
A very yummy honeybaked ham recipe- great for Easter! I like to start with a brown sugar cured ham. I like to follow the package directions for warming the ham, and use this recipe for glaze at the end.
Today, we have yet another great example of Beer Can Chicken made in the NuWave Oven. This time, made by Roland G. Have you tried both of these recipes? Which is your favorite? Check out Roland's recipe on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151250198520412=a.10150217822660412.353028.94181735411=1
Here's Cathy R's recipe for Twice-Baked Potatoes in the NuWave Elite! Directions: 1. Cook potatoes on 3-inch rack for 30 minutes at 400°F . 2. Once potatoes cool, scoop out potato, leaving skins intact, and place in bowl. 3. Add diced ham, diced tomatoes, diced onion, sour cream or ranch dip, salt and pepper to bowl and mix. 4. Spoon mixture into potato skins and place on 1-inch rack. 5. Cook at 400°F for 12 minutes. 6. Top potatoes with shredded cheese and cook for additional 3 minutes.