Monday, February 13, 2012

NUWAVE

I mentioned in a previous post that I recently acquired two new kitchen buddies, and already introduced the first one, which is a three-crock slow cooker that a friend gave me.  Today, allow me to blog about my second kitchen buddy.  Ready or not, here goes my Nuwave Infrared Oven!


I am pretty impressed as to what this oven can do.  It can broil, bake, barbecue, roast, steam, dehydrate and air fry.  It has the triple combo cooking power (convection, conduction and infrared) as well as reheat function for leftover foods.  I watched the DVD and read the recipes that came with my unit and I was surprised with the variety of meals you can cook using Nuwave from breakfast, lunch to dinner, and appetizer, entree to desserts.  You can even cook perfect sunny side up eggs and rice in this oven!  Amazing isn't it?

Anyweiz, I have only had my Nuwave for about a month, but Vince and I have already used it so many times.  Here's some of what we have cooked with this awesome invention so far:


1.  Pesto salmon fillets with zucchini - Vince got the recipe from Nuwave.  Delizioso!

2.  Grilled pork - My original intention was to cook sisig.  Unfortunately, we couldn't find the right ingredients over here on our side of the planet, so I opted to make do with whatever pork meat we could find and just cooked it in a sisig fashion.

3.  Banana bread with chocolate chips - We've baked two loaves so far.  One for our personal consumption, and the other for Vince's nurses at the clinic.  Yay!


4.  Pork chop dijonaisse - Vince knows I love pork chops, so he took the recipe (along with the chicken pot pie recipe) with him to work, and before going home, he passed by the grocery store to buy the ingredients.  He then cooked this for me.  Awwwwww :')

5.  Chicken pot pie - Vince partnered the pork chop dijonnaise with a creamy chicken pot pie, and what ensued was yet again a splendid home-cooked dinner together for us.  Who needs dessert when you have a husband as sweet as mine, right? ♥

I will show you in my future posts what other food we've cooked using this oven ☺

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36 comments:

  1. Grabe naman yung mga foods na niluto nyo! Sobrang nagutom talaga ako. Aylayk yung parang pie ba yun na may anik anik sa ibabaw, parang ang sarap nun. Matamis ba yun? Ususera...(lol)

    Kakainggit naman yung mga bonggang gamit mo sa kusina. Gaganahan ka talaga magluto eh. Hehehe

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    1. Sulit na sulit ang pagkakabili namin nitong Nuwave. As in gamit na gamit. Hehe!

      Bale yun yung chicken pot pie after namin takpan. Yung laman nun eh yung picture sa taas, bale may chicken meat, cream sauce, and veggies. Hindi matamis, pero imagine-in mo na lang isang malaking empanada. Parang ganun. Hehe!

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  2. Ang sarap naman ng mga pagkain... Hindi ako mahilig sa mga gamit pang kusina ha pero impressed ako sa isang ito...

    Pangarap kong magkaroon ng isang malaking kitchen in the future at kapag nangyari yun, bibili ako ng kagaya nito...Hehehe

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    1. ako din, pangarap ko din yan, rovs :)

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  3. I never have like this in my kitchen KM....para yatang gusto ko bumili ng ganito..gaya-gaya puto maya..hehehhe...ang easy kasi tingnan at parng energy saver..lol

    Ako din gusto ko may malking kitchen, kasi simula nalipat kami ng state di muna kmi bumili ng bahay at bininta namin yong bahay namin...rent muna kami,kaya maliit masyado yong kitchen namin now....

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  4. Aribang-ariba talaga kayo ni Dokie sa food trip, KM! Andaming glorious foodies nyan! Tumulo ang laway ko, pakipunasan naman, hahahaha!

    Gustong-gusto ko ring magluto. Sana magkaroon ng chance isang araw na ma-hone ang pinag-aralan ko sa Hot cook kitchen at Baking, hehehe! As if naman may ibubuga, hahahaha! Kidding aside, talagang interesado akong matuto sa pagluluto kaya nga ako nag-aral. Yon nga lang, di nagamit kasi wala namang paglulutuan, hahaha!

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    1. Ayy...san ka nag aral Lainz? Alam mo bang balak ko din mag enroll sa baking class. Matagal na pero di natutupad tupad eh. Mahilig din kasi ako sa kusina. Domesticated ako eh kahit working Mom for life!

      KM, sorry ha nakichika kay Lainy. Hahaha

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    2. HAhaha! For sure ok lang naman kay KM na magchikahan tayo dito sa blog nya, LOL! (Assuming si aketch!).

      Sa TESDA ako nag-aral, Krizz. May mga kakilala kasi ako non dati na inengganyo akong mag-enrol. Kaya ayun! Rumampa naman din ang beauty ko sa kusina, hahaha! Mga lutong- bahay nong una at mga commercialized foodies, tapos tinuloy-tuloy ko na mag-aral ng baking. Grupo parin kami non. Masaya nga eh. with NC II certification pa daw yon pero di ko alam anong implication non pag merong ganong certification. And to think ha, nasa kasagsagan kami that time ng 2007 elections. Madugong- madugo ang schedule ko noon. Pero kinaya rin naman. Awa ng Diyos ;-)

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    3. Makiki- chika dito...

      Sis Kriz, nakalimutan kong banggitin na I am currently enrolled in a cooking class. International Cuisine daw hahahaha...

      Every Saturday lang ang class... TESDA course ito...

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    4. Pwedeng pwede mag-chickahan dito! :D

      Ako din gusto ko din mag-enrol sa cooking/baking school. Para naman maging kapani-paniwala ang mga niluluto ko. Hehe! Gano ba katagal ang isang course sa TESDA? Tingnan mo, pati si Rovie nag-aaral na din pala oh, International Cuisine pa. Aylayk! Aabangan ko ang mga cooking adventures mo, Rovs, sa food blog mo ;)

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    5. Yong sakin, that was for 6 months pero every weekends lang- 8hours/ week. Marami ng ganyang nagsusulputang parang mga kabuti dito, Karen. Mga short courses lang sya pero mapapakinabangan mo.

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  5. Oh shocks... I sure want to own an oven, too! Sarap nung banana loaf! Happy Valentine's Day, KM and Vince. Thanks for sharing this feast for Weekend Eating.

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  6. Wow that's a perfect tool for kitchen btw gurl already added this blog here Points of View of Travels and Places thanks!

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  7. Nang-iinggit ka ba ng bongga KEMERS? nalungkot tuloy yung pugon ko na de-uling sa post mo. Haha.. Oh well! Bongga ang mga pinagluluto mo jan ah? Haru! Ikaw na ang cook! Minsan vuisit kami jan nila Krizza at ate Rovs ah? Paglutuan mo kami ng bongga! Kailangan yan. Book na nmin flight namin, promo ang cebupacific eh. Php1.4 lang!!

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  8. That is an awesome gadget in the kitchen pwedeng kahit ano ang iluto ^_^

    Young Coconut

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  9. That's a really helpful kitchen gadget. I want a Nuwave Infrared Oven, too! Here's my FTF entry: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2012/02/delicious-spam-musubi-from-mister-musubi/

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  10. nakakagutom at nakakatakam naman ang mga pagkain na yan... at ang saya naman ng nuwave na yan, andaming pwedeng iluto... ayos yan ah..

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  11. Wow!I'm impressed!Your banana bread with chocolate chips looks divine!Sarap!!^_^

    http://ties-bonding.blogspot.com/2012/02/our-10th-anniversary-celebration.html

    Happy FTF!

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  12. parang gusto ko rin magpabili nitong oven mo, at parang gusto ko rin mag-enrol sa cooking. although not sure if i have time to use the oven or go to a class right now. LOL

    i'd like to try the pesto salmon fillet-mukhang masarap.:p

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  13. Sounds like you are having so much fun here's my entry Sahm’s Dining Diary

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  14. Wow ang sarap naman ng niluto mo! Pesto salmon fillet is one of my fave!

    Blog hopping from Yummy Sunday :)

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  15. oh wow....that's one amazing cooking tool! love what you've created with it! yummylicious!!! i wonder if they have that here, too? :)

    thank you so much for sharing over at Food Friday, KM

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  16. Ang sarap naman niyan ate KM. Nakakainggit. Ang sweet niyo naman ni Doc Vince :) Click na click talaga sa isa't-isa!

    Visit ko nga pala to for FTF!

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  17. I mean, Yummy Sunday pala ate KM. Sorry nakalimutan ko. Hahaha. :D

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  18. looks very delish Sis KM, love the ne gadget, really cool :-) Visiting late from Food Trip Friday, hope that you can return the visit too.

    http://www.adventurousjessy.com/2012/02/my-first-time-to-cook-chicken-wings.html

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  19. I love zucchini veggies Sis KM am sure these foods are delightful :-) Visiting late from Food Friday, hope that you can return the visit too.

    http://www.adventurousjessy.com/2012/02/my-first-time-to-cook-chicken-wings.html

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  20. looks like you are really good in baking. :-)

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  21. Cool kitchen appliance! Magkano at saan pwede bilhin ito?

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  22. ang sarap naman ng mga foods na naluto na mula sa nuwave! first time ko marinig about it, really interesting kitchen piece to have! mahal nga lang siguro, sigurado! hehehe! visiting super late from YS, see you around. thanks and have a great week. :)

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  23. You have a Prince of a hubby. Your oven seems like a modern marvel. Happy cooking.

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  24. Looks very useful!

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  25. that's really a nice kitchen gadget. very cool too. multi tasker.

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  26. Dehydrate and air-fry - are functions I haven't personally experienced in an oven. Your culinary handiwork looks so tempting.

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  27. Wow the air frying sparks my interest hehehe. Soon magiging faous chef ka na nyan KM.

    Nursing to Nuclear Medicine
    Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

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  28. Nice gadget to have!

    Hope you can come by and see my NooK, thanks!

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