I have a question about the recipe "Whole Slow Cooker-Poached Chicken" from Nicholas Day. Has anyone tried making this in a NuWave oven instead of a crockpot? And if so what setting did you use?
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Their website has a couple of recipes for whole turkeys that call for cooking them on the HI setting for 12 minutes a pound (http://www.nuwavecookingclub... and http://www.nuwavecookingclub...) so that might work as a starting point for you to try.
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I had a NuWave a couple of years ago. Unless they have changed dramatically, I don't think you could use it for this recipe. They aren't made for soups, stews or poaching. Everything cooks on a rack with dry heat circulating.
You could easily adapt it to a dutch oven either on the stovetop on a low simmer or in a low (275-300f) oven.
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