Sub-Zero & Wolf Recipes

Salted Caramel Nutella BrowniesBrownies are always delicious, so how could they possibly be made any better? Well, adding salted caramel, coffee and Nutella® is a good start.
Beef Kebabs and Orzo Pasta SaladThis meal is a two-day preparation, as the pasta salad tastes best on the second day. However, by planning a day ahead, you gain the ease of preparing an evening meal by just needing to grill or broil the kebabs.
Curried Shepherd’s PieJill Fair, from our Reclaim the Kitchen campaign, shares her go-to recipe. This creative dish is healthy and simple to prepare. To see the story behind this recipe and more, visit reclaimthekitchen.com.
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).
Toasted Sesame HummusThis hummus recipe is special because it is made with freshly ground tahini, the Middle Eastern sesame paste nearly essential to hummus. The power of the blender blades grinds the sesame seeds into a silky purée, lending a wonderfully rich elegance to the chickpeas, lemon, and garlic.
Moscow Mule CocktailTraditionally served in a copper mug, this zingy 1940s-era summery cocktail has recently made a resurgence. This version uses crushed ice rather than ice cubes for a smoother drink. The key to a good Moscow Mule is real ginger beer, which is spicier than ginger ale.
Roasted TomatoesFresh garden tomatoes are delicious on their own, but are extraordinary when roasted. Equally at home added to pasta dishes or salads or served with grilled meats, this versatile recipe can be a great add-on to any meal.
BaconThis is the easiest way to make bacon that cooks evenly and won’t curl up.
Honey/Soy Chicken SkewersChicken skewers “grilled” indoors — what a treat. The broiler element provides a great alternative to grilling outdoors.
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.
Lamb RoastLamb is not nearly as commonly served as it used to be — perhaps because some people have been turned off by overcooked lamb — but it can be a revelation when properly cooked, so savory and delicious. The temperature probe makes getting it right easy.
Banana BreadBanana bread is a favorite healthy snack for both adults and kids, and a great way to keep your overripe bananas from going to waste. Adding walnuts and buttermilk gives it a fresh twist and delicious new flavor