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Old 12-04-2013, 04:47 PM   #1
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NuWave Stuff

Most know that NuWare sells induction cooktops, ovens and cookware. Many, including me, have problems with the shipping and handling charges this company imposes. After receiving the shipment, the shipping and handling charges may not be as outrageous as I first thought.

I bought a system that included the NuWave Pro (1800 watts) cooking unit, the cookware set, the storage set, and the grill. While I am pleased with the induction cooking experience, this is just about the grill for cooking steak.

These threads are full of discussions about whether gas or charcoal grill does the best job for a steak. Well there’s a new player in the game – the NuWave grill. I was not expecting much from this grill as I expected it to be just advertising hype.

The grill is placed on the NuWave eye, and its temperature is controlled by the temperature settings you set. The suggested setting is the very highest temperature setting – 575 degrees – yes, 575 degrees. From readings of a Thermapen instant thermometer, the grill reached 575 degrees in less than three minutes.

A little olive oil was spread on the grill, and the steak was placed on the grill. It cooked in what seemed to be a little less time than on a gas or charcoal grill.

The results were that the steak was as good as I have ever tasted. Read again, the results from this grill were as good as I have ever experienced.

The grill is almost, but not quite nonstick. It is porcelain coated cast iron. The steak stuck a little, but didn’t cause a problem. Clean up was a breeze.

If this could be a solution for you, it could reduce the amount of stuff you carry. You can use the NuWave anywhere you can get 120V connection.

I hope this helps someone.


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Old 12-04-2013, 04:52 PM   #2
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