Omaha Steak in Nuwave Oven Recipe

NuWave oven offers quick counter-top cooking for almost all dishes including steak, pizza, dessert, vegetables and casseroles. This amazing kitchen appliance uses a combination of conduction, convection and infrared technology to quicken the cooking process. It also allows you to cook frozen foods straight from the freezer without thawing. Follow the step below to cook delicious Omaha Steak in Nuwave Oven.

Ingredients

  • Piece of frozen Omaha steak
  • Olive oil
  • Black pepper, salt, Worcestershire Sauce and garlic for seasoning
  • Directions
  • Cut 1-inch pieces of Omaha steak

Omaha Steak in Nuwave OvenApply olive oil lightly on the steak pieces then season the both sides by applying salt, black pepper, and a little garlic and Worcestershire Sauce. Let it sit for about 15 minutes before you cook it.

Place the NuWave cooking rack in the oven and ensure it sits at the 4-inch height. Also make sure that the liner pan is at the base of the oven before placing the cooking rack.

Now place the steaks side by side but not touching on the cooking rack

Secure the oven by placing the dome cover on the, turn it clockwise until it locks in place then fasten the base handles on the both side.

Set the oven to cook your steaks one side at a time. The cooking instructions that come with NuWave states that you cook a 1-inch thick steak for 7-8 minutes each side for medium rare, 7-8 minutes for medium and 9-10 minutes for well done.

Press the start button and cook the first side for the set time then open the dome and flip the steaks using a fork or tongs. Close the dome and repeat the cooking process with the other side.

You can use a thermometer to check if the steaks are ready. For rare, the internal temperature should be 135-140 degrees Fahrenheit, 140-150 degrees Fahrenheit for medium rare, 150-160 degrees Fahrenheit for medium and 160-170 degrees Fahrenheit for well done.

Serve when hot with baked beans and baked sweet potato. It is very moist and delicious.

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