I stumbled upon a NuWave Oven infomercial on a Sunday afternoon in April 2010 while turning on my tv to exercise via a dvd. It captivated & intrigued me, but because of my financial rule of not buying anything on impulse…I surrendered to putting their website in my calendar to continue doing research. Well, in August 2010 I was confident enough to take the plunge. Their testimonials were pages, upon pages long. All glowing remarks.
With a 30-Day Guarantee, I knew I had nothing to lose. Thinking back, I believe it was the fact that one could cook a frozen turkey and have it turn out perfect. My oh my, but were they ever right! I bought the extended pack to ensure the turkey would fit…I like to buy turkey breasts.
For the past 21 months, I have eaten better and enjoyed my left overs like never before. What does that mean? Saving money as no leftovers get thrown out, reducing my electric bill (cooks much faster) and eating healthier.
No, I don’t get any kickbacks from the company, just a very happy customer who has recommended this product to my family and friends.
Honey Pecan Chicken
Extreme Weight Loss Edition
(sorry they didn’t give exact measurements)
Chicken Breast cut in strips
Corn Flakes – crushed
Pecans – crushed
Combine corn flakes (1 cup crushed) to 1/4 cup pecans. (you can add or adjust as desired) Add Cayenne, again per preference). Combine Honey & Dijon Mustard to your preferred flavor…sorry no specifics. Play around with the honey and Dijon to get your perfect Blend to your preferred taste
Coat chicken with Honey/Mustard, roll in corn flakes/pecans/cayenne pepper till covered.
Spritz with Olive Oil
Oven 350 15-20 minutes NuWave was about 1/2 that time.
Dipping Sauce – boil on stove
Here pictured, I’m showing the Honey Pecan Chicken with roasted potatoes and asparagus. All cooked in the NuWave Oven.
This past Christmas, I made Prime Rib for my daughter’s & friends….out of this world!!
|Nu-Wave Fool-Proof Prime Rib Roast|
|Serving size: 6-8 Servings|
1 (5 pound) standing rib roast, thaw if frozen
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon black pepper
Let thawed rib roast sit out for 2-3 hours. Rub roast with seasonings. Place on the 1-inch rack, rib side down. Roast on power level high for 15 minutes per pound for rare, 18 minutes or medium rare, 20 minutes for medium, and 23 minutes for well done. Let stand for 10 minutes before slicing.
Visit their website for more info and testimonials. Enjoy!! http://nuwaveoven.com