What are some pros and cons of a NuWave oven?


The NuWave oven is a popular appliance that has pros and cons, according to customers that are using it for their cooking needs. One of the main positive features this oven has is its ability to cook food much faster than conventional methods. A major drawback to the oven is that it does not cook all foods successfully.

The NuWave oven is advertised as a fast and convenient way to cook meals. Home cooks are always looking to save time in the kitchen, and this product promises to do just that. On the positive side, customers find the oven does a great job of cooking meat and fish. Frozen meat does not require defrosting before cooking. Meats turn out tender and juicy, which avoids the dreaded dry, overcooked meat problem.

Customers also like that the oven saves energy and is easy to clean.

Customers are disappointed that the NuWave oven does not cook foods such as pizza, cakes, pies or potatoes very well. These foods turn out dry or not properly cooked. Another problem is the recommended cooking times. Many people report that cooking times that come with the oven are inaccurate. Using a meat thermometer during the cooking process prevents meat from being undercooked.

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