Sub-Zero & Wolf Recipes

Steamed vegetablesSteaming vegetables is a healthy way to make use of the Steam Mode. Vitamins and nutrients are preserved, flavors are brighter, and you can place many different kinds of vegetables on the same tray. This process also works well for blanching and shocking (a common practice for setting the color of green vegetables).
BaconThis is the easiest way to make bacon that cooks evenly and won’t curl up.
Baked Mac and CheeseA decadently rich version you’d expect from a cheese-loving Wisconsin company.
Chicken EnchiladasThe homemade enchilada sauce really makes this dish, but store-bought sauce can be substituted if you’re pressed for time. An alternative to the roasted chicken would be to purchase a precooked rotisserie chicken from your local grocery store.
Slow Roast Beef TenderloinThere’s nothing that wows dinner party guests like beef tenderloin, but you may never have prepared it for fear of not getting it right. Take heart: the Slow Roast Mode of the Wolf convection steam oven attends to all the details, so success is assured.
Scalloped PotatoesThe Convection Humid Mode provides the ideal environment for preparing a casserole. No steam is produced; however, moisture given off by the food remains inside the oven cavity. This dish is a great way to use up leftover holiday ham.