how to cook a frozen chicken pot pie in a nuwave oven?

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Answered: How to cook frozen stuffed crabs in the nuwave oven

You don't. My guess is that you let the fish thaw.

Answered: Frozen Boneless Chicken Thighs

Yes, you can cook them even if they are frozen to start with. It will work because you will be cooking them over several hours so they have plenty of time to thaw out and cook thoroughly. It's true that they might be watery from the ice crystals, but you can solve that with a can of tomato or ...

Answered: Are there receipes for chicken stew?

YES!!! Always cook what you like together in a crocket pot. Just toss in your favorite meats and vegs. You cannot go wrong, esp w/chicken. Here in the south, we have yearly October/Nov outdoor parties called a "chicken stew". A large cast iron pot is cooked over a fire with milk, whole chicken ...

Answered: Homemade Pot Pies

My recipe for Chicken Pot Pie is quite popular... 1 lb. boned, skinned chicken OR turkey breast meat - cubed 2 med. carrots - sliced thin 1 rib celery - sliced thin 1 cup frozen peas 1/3 cup butter OR margarine 1 med. onion - chopped 1/3 cup all-purpose flour 2/3 cup milk - low-fat okay ...

Answered: Nuwave oven

If you go to their site https://www.nuwavecookingclub.com/Product/parts.asp and scroll towards the bottom of the page you can download a few guides free. They also offer some recipe cards and cookbooks for sale. Hope this helps!
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Oven Fried Chicken with Cornflakes Coating

I know of one where you crush some cornflakes, add about 1 tsp of parsley, garlic powder, and onion powder each, then in a different bolw you combin 1/2 c mayo and 1/2 tsp worcestshire sauce. You dip the chicken in the mayo mix then in the cornflake mix and bake at about 350 til done.

Why do frozen chickens always seem to miss head and feet?

For the same reason they're missing feathers; most people prefer their chickens cleaned and dressed, ready to cook. If you want to buy a whole chicken (head included), go to Chinatown. You'll find plenty hanging in local shop windows.

Where would one find an intact frozen chicken?

One of the problems is, chickens are traditionally killed by lopping their heads off. Even in modern slaughter houses. The best you're going to do is go to a chicken ranch, get a chicken and freeze it yourself. Though I can't imagine why you would want a frozen, intact chicken.