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Oven Crispy Fish with Herbs

Oven Crispy Fish with Herbs from Evan Kalman

Cooking fish can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Whole roasted fish makes for a simple yet elegant dinner, and cooking it in the Wolf Gourmet countertop oven couldn’t be easier. For a quick and elegant dinner, consider whole roasted fish like a trout or branzino. Because they are smaller in size, they cook up fast and perfect every time. Start with the freshest fish you can find. The eyes should be clear, and the fish should smell like the sea. Keep things simple and ask your fishmonger to clean the fish for you. Make sure to keep the whole… Read more

Cheddar Scallion Biscuits | Wolf Gourmet

Apt2B Baking Co.’s Cheddar Scallion Biscuits

I didn’t grow up eating biscuits, but once I discovered Southern style buttermilk biscuits, and how easy they are to make, I couldn’t be stopped. They are always a welcome side dish in my house and this super savory cheddar scallion version is an all-time favorite. These biscuits are of the soft and fluffy variety, packed with lots of cheesy oniony goodness. They would make a fine accompaniment to just about any dinner plan, but are especially great with soup or chili or you could save them for breakfast to have alongside some soft scrambled eggs. The dough comes together… Read more

Korean BBQ Chicken with Asian Coleslaw

Recipe Runner’s Korean Barbecue Chicken with Asian Coleslaw

Barbecue chicken is a summertime staple. It’s one of the most popular items you’ll find at a cookout or picnic next to hamburgers and hot dogs. What’s not to love about juicy chicken coated in a sweet and tangy glaze? As much as I love a good homemade, all-American barbecue sauce, I want to elevate my barbecue chicken by adding wonderful, spicy, salty, sweet Korean flavors to it. With summer in full swing, many people do their cooking outside. The thought of turning on an oven can cause a person to break out in a sweat. However, there are plenty… Read more

Roasted Tomato Bruschetta | Wolf Gourmet

Roasted Tomato Bruschetta from The Chef Dan

Plain old bruschetta is always going to be a safe bet for a crowd-pleasing appetizer, but when you want to kick things up a notch, give this roasted tomato bruschetta a go. Slow roasting cherry tomatoes brings out the best in them and highlights their naturally sweet flavor. Roasted tomatoes don’t need much to make them shine: a little olive oil, some salt, and thyme is all you need. It’s a classic combination and this is one of those situations where simplicity is key. I like to roast the tomatoes in a skillet and the Wolf Gourmet 8.5” skillet is… Read more

Halibut en Papillote with Salsa Verde & Vegetables

Halibut en Papillote with Salsa Verde and Vegetables from Food By Mars

Fish en papillote is a classic French dish whereby an entire meal is baked in parchment paper and ready in 30 minutes or less. It’s a great way to have an all-in-one meal, which is tasty, quick and easy with little clean up. For the selection of fish, I prefer Halibut for its meaty texture and mild yet buttery flavor. Salmon is also an excellent and popular choice. Vegetables can vary depending upon preference. Since cooking can be uneven depending on thickness and placement of fish and vegetables as well as the level of heat, I highly recommend using the Wolf… Read more

Fresh Herb Bread | Wolf Gourmet

Fresh Herb Bread from Pastry Affair

Freshly picked herbs bring a bold flavor and aroma to home cooked dishes. To have a selection of fresh herbs available in my kitchen, I started an outdoor herb garden this year, planting a range of seedlings consisting of rosemary, thyme, oregano, and basil. With plenty of sun and careful watering, the plants have quickly outgrown their planters, spilling over the edges and onto the ground. Now challenged with an overwhelming abundance of herbs, I have been finding new ways to include them in my everyday cooking, including with this fresh herb bread. The Wolf Gourmet countertop oven has a permanent… Read more

Baked Orange Juice Donuts with Sucaritos Sprinkle | Wolf Gourmet

¡Hola! Jalapeño’s Baked Orange Juice Donuts with Sucaritos Sprinkle

I’ve fallen in love with an oven. It was innocent enough at first. I first fell for its looks, sleek and sexy on my countertop, but then I got to know it from the inside out and I’m sure the big, bulky oven I used to know will be relegated to Thanksgiving use only. The Wolf Gourmet countertop oven can do anything my standard oven can do: roast a chicken, broil a piece of fish, bake a pan of brownies (and I mean a full-sized pan, not just some miniature 8×8 situation) but it does it faster and more evenly… Read more

Indoor Campfire Baked Potatoes from Feed Me Phoebe

I’ve been a city mouse since my parents brought me home from the hospital to their tiny apartment in downtown Manhattan, where I soon made the acquaintance of our unwanted neighbors, the actual mice. As I got older, though, and my worldview began to expand as far and wide as my parents’ airfare budget would take me, I began to learn the ways of country mouse living. This education grew new wings in the backwoods of Vermont, when I spent my first summer at sleep away camp. While most of my city mouse friends had opted for establishments with color… Read more

Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven | Chimichurri Steak Salad | Broma Bakery

Broma Bakery’s Chimichurri Steak Salad

I could not be happier with this Chimichurri Steak Salad. Talk about a summer dish! The salad component (arugula tossed with charred corn, cotija cheese, and chimichurri) is so good you could almost eat it solo, but let’s be real – salad is better with the works, so on goes the steak. As for the steak itself, I admit that I am not a grill master. I absolutely love cooking, but I’ve never been trained in cooking meat. So when my friends at Wolf Gourmet asked me to create a recipe using their countertop oven, I knew immediately that I wanted… Read more

strawberry rhubarb explosion cake | @WolfGourmet

Strawberry Rhubarb Cake from Three Little Halves

A couple of years ago, I embarked on a mission to find the yummiest, most enticing, and most delicious recipe for fruit bread. The best fruit bread on this planet. Period. Just in case you are wondering, my search had nothing to do with culinary curiosity, nothing to do with a quest for excellence and kitchen supremacy. No, no, no, it was a different story altogether: my six-year-old daughter was refusing to eat fruits and an intervention was badly needed. Those who have a six-year-old will understand the magnitude of the effort. They know developing your child’s palate and diversifying… Read more

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