A NuWave in Cooking! Best Roast Beef – EVER!
For a cook, nothing is more joyous than having the best tools to create a magnificent dish that even a world-class chef would compliment. Check out NuWave
If you live in a small space, you understand the importance of optimizing every square inch. The downside, of course, means you also have to scale back on the number of kitchen gadgets, appliances and other accessories you once had. No worries though, as there are geniuses in the world that have developed some pretty creative tools to make our lives a wee bit better. YAH! Ladies and gentlemen, the culinary gods have blessed us! Those that live in a tiny space will really want to listen up and those that just want to try something to make their lives easier, here you go.
I have limited space in my kitchen so any new gadget must step up to the plate and be prepared to multi-task. Recently, I was introduced to the NuWave air fryer. Oh my gosh, have the heavens opened up and is that an opera I hear?
Yeah, that's an Opera Singer!
The NuWave Air Fryer
Seriously though, this unit uses hot air to cook, broil, grill, dehydrate, reheat, defrost, bake, steam and air fry a variety of different dishes, including different sorts of meats, eggs, vegetables, and dough. How does it do this you ask? Well, it utilizes a perfect blend of conduction and convection combined with infrared technology that turbo boosts power, speed and penetration to deliver tasty, healthy meals in half of the time as a regular oven. No need to drench your food in artery-clogging oil! It even has a capacity to fit a 16 lbs turkey. Live in a tiny home and don’t have the oven space for a large turkey? Can’t use that excuse anymore.
For those of you with a dishwasher, all parts (save the powerhead) are dishwasher safe too.
So go on, give it a try! Here’s a recipe below to get you started but if you want more, check out this cookbook.
Best Roast Beef Recipe
- 1 onion 4 carrots, washed and peeled
- 6 baby gold potatoes
- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 (2-pound) chuck roast 2 sprigs thyme 2 sprigs rosemary
1. Cut carrots and onions into bite-size pieces and cut potatoes in half and transfer all to a bowl.
2. Add oil to bowl, season with salt and pepper and mix to combine; set aside.
3. Season chuck roast with salt, pepper and herbs.
4. Place roast and vegetables on 1-inch rack.
5. Cook at 375 degrees for 30 minutes for medium-rare.
You can make a larger or smaller roast using this recipe. Simply cook for 15 minutes per pound. Let the meat rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing and serving.
NuWave Roast Beef
Make the most of your tiny space with multi-tasking kitchen appliances. The NuWave air fryer is getting rave reviews. Be sure to give it a try and let us know what you think. Bon appétit!!