You Can Cook a Whole Chicken Without a Full Size Oven With This Kitchen Appliance

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* Make complete meals with ease
* Cooks 70% faster and uses 75% less energy than standard ovens
* A healthier way to prepare chicken meals

Chicken is a dietary staple for many people, but cooking it can often be a pain. You have to break out the pots and pans, heat up the oven, and wait for it to cook in the oven (if you have an oven). Fortunately, the infomercial gods smiled upon us and delivered the NuWave Oven Pro Plus. This small kitchen appliance cooks chicken like you wouldn’t believe.

To start, you can cook your chicken, potatoes, vegetables, and other meal ingredients all together in the NuWave. This means you don’t have to break out all those pots and pans. But what makes the NuWave really special is its advanced digital temperature controls, which allow you to cook between 100- and 350-degrees Fahrenheit in 1-degree increments for precision cooking. It’s the ideal way to get your meal just how you like it.

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The NuWave actually works a lot better than ordinary ovens for a number of reasons. It cooks 70% faster, there is no preheating or defrosting required, and you can even cook frozen food in it. As a bonus, it also uses 75% less energy so it will likely save you some money on your power bill. It also helps you prepare healthier meals because fat and grease drip off your food and into the liner pan, instead of on your plate or in your belly.

It’s also designed with a delay and automatic shut off functions so you can work on other things you enjoy instead of babysitting your food. You can even warm up the leftovers from the meal before using the device’s warmer setting the next day. Why go out for a hearty chicken meal when you can make your own masterpiece at home with this handy device?