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Saturday, January 22, 2011

NuWave Oven Baked Chicken

This is my first experiment with my NuWave oven.  The chicken came out moist and juicy on the inside and crispy on the inside. I have to admit, I wasn't too sure if I would like the results that this oven promised, but now I am convinced!  Besides, it was kinda fun watching this cook..lol

1  Whole Chicken (I used about a 5 lb)
Seasoned Salt
Fresh Ground Black Pepper

Remove the giblets and rinse the chicken inside and out and pat dry.  Season the chicken generously with seasoned salt and pepper and place chicken breast side down in the NuWave oven.  (I used a piece of heavy-duty foil on the bottom pan to catch any drippings and cleanup was a snap.)  Set the timer for the correct amount of time for the size of bird you are cooking (this was about 1 hour 15 minutes), and press start. About halfway thru the cooking time you will need to turn the chicken over to allow for the best overall browning. Although this sounds like a hassle, it was really easy using a serving fork and a set of tongs. Just flip the bird over and hit start again.


  1. Thank u I just purchased this and I appreciate the information as I bought this lil used . And no book . I also wonder if I can a book for one of these and how?

  2. I still use my NuWave at least once a week. It originally came with a small cookbook, but not a lot of information. There are a few more recipes on this site so with those and a little practice I'm sure you will love your NuWave.

  3. I have been using an unwavering for about 15+ years. A great cooker. I make everything but, eggs in it. Never had any problems.


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