Do you love to eat fried stuff? Fried food can be very unhealthy for you because of the oil and grease that goes into cooking it.
How does Big Boss Rapid Wave Oven work?
Introducing the Big Boss Rapid Wave Oven that cooks food up to 3x faster than a traditional oven and that too without the fat and grease. It also uses up to 80% less energy than a regular oven.
You can use the Big Boss Rapid Wave Oven to air fry and make tasty steak fries, onion rings, and crispy fired chicken. You can also roast turkey, prepare steamed vegetables, bake fish, grill hamburgers, broils steaks, and prepare mouth watering cakes and desserts.
The Big Boss Rapid Wave Oven even cooks frozen food perfectly. Simply set the time and temperature and Rapid Wave Oven Cooks the frozen hard steak into tender and juicy in just 12 minutes.
The secret of the Rapid Wave Oven is the triple cooking power technology that combines a Halogen Heat Lamp which seals in natural juices. The Convection Cooking Fan circulates the heated air ensuring the food is heated evenly. Lastly, the Infrared Light Waves gently cook food from the inside out.
The Rapid Wave Oven is the only lean meat cooker where the excess fat and grease drips into the bowl to give you perfectly healthier and quality food every time. It is very easy to clean too.
What do I get? (Official Website Offer)
• Big Boss Rapid Wave Oven
• Glass Bowl
• 2 Cooking Racks
• Control Lid
• Instruction Manual
• Recipe Book
• Extender Ring
• Big Boss Baker's Kit
• Mini Muffin Pan
• 2 Bread Pans
• Cupcake Pan
Unlike other counter top ovens using triple technology that cost up to $120 but the Rapid Wave Oven is now available for just 3 easy payments of just $29.95. You will also get a glass bowl, 2 cooking racks, a control lid, tongs, instruction manual, recipe book and stainless steel extender ring, Big Boss baker's kit, mini muffin pan, 2 bread pans, and cupcake pan. Official website www.RapidWaveOven.com
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