MrsClasdeArce: I just bought mine in Dollar Tree, I wanted one for a long time but
initially they were too expensive for my budget. I happened to go to the
store and there they were for a dollar so I bought eight. Haven't tested
them yet but saved two for gifts.
Mike Prangs: Great review ! Love the non stick stoneware product!!!! Heee. I guess the
usual caution is recommended;Buyer beware! But then for $8.00 what do you
expect?? From other reviews seems like can be used successfully for other
things.Have fun and enjoy!
desertratist: It's the cooking technique-- adding a little water to steam the eggs, then
cooking the egg for a brief amount of time, then letting it rest in the
microwave oven, then cooking it again for a brief amount of time, then
letting it rest again-- that works. You can use any shallow microwave-safe
dish, with a lid that has a hole in the top of it. I use a 3 cup size
pyrex glass dish with a plastic lid that I drilled a hole in. It's big
enough to "poach" 4 eggs at time perfectly. Wipe butter or oil on the
bottom and sides to make it non-stick. Microwave on high one minute, let
it rest a few minutes, microwave on high one more minute, let it rest a few
minutes, and poof, you have 4 perfectly poached eggs ready to eat.
Scott Russell: So, I sent my secret-Santa an email asking for this "gadget" for Christmas
because I would really like to have eggs without using oil. Poaching them
in water is a bit time consuming and this thing looked like a swell
Secret-Santa came through as expected. However, I have mixed reviews about
the product. Unfortunately, my poached eggs must be cooked to long. The
yolks cook hard before the whites are completely cooked. The flip side is
using it to make scrambled eggs/omelets is a nice substitute to a greasy
Brian Taylor: My lid fits better than yours. :) I'm curious and I was looking to find out
if the glaze contains lead or anything else that may be harmful. I recently
learned that many ceramic dishes of slow cookers do contain lead. Very
important to know for the health conscious.
sueishere25: Thank you so much for your review. Have you cooked a potato in it?
Thomas Holman: Needs to be larger. I had hoped to warm soups in it, but way to small for
my cambells tomato soups
Charles vanBlommestein: I received aStonewave Microwave cooker for Christmas. - I am eager to try
any and all recipes in it.
I am a Single man who cooks any and all methods, styles and types of meals.
I have used old-timey (most from 1960's and older) "Pots-n-Pans" all my
cooking life. <-This was until I bought a few SALADMASTER(r) Cooking
systems. Still aiming to use more cooking methods, I am using my new
Stonewave to cook (as advertised) Gourmet meals.
Aside from poached eggs, a few cakes or other single-serving ideas, what
potential recipes am I overlooking? - The included manuals offer (I feel)
a limitation of Meals to cook in the 4 inch vessel. <-Does this system
come in Larger cooking (size) vessels for full Meals?
And - for those of us who think outside the pan / box, technologically, how
does this Stonewave-system work? <-I am seeking more meals to cook in this
device than those mentioned in the brochure.
calamorico: Based on another review, it seems to be best for a 2 eggs omelet. I just
purchased one @ Ross for $6.99, I think it will be great for my oil free
Joey Branham: I just received one as a gift for Christmas and have never heard about them
before, partially due to never watching TV. Your review helped out a lot,
but do you have any other videos on making any other of the recipes? I
would love to watch before I try them out. Let me know. Thanks.
lvlover58: the lid was made not to fit. Since the pot is hand made the sizes will
I have one and so does my roommate. His is almost 2 inches wider than
Chocolaterain2471617: Mine slides out just find!
Matthew Ray: I bet its made in China too just like every other product! China will soon
JDavid334: I would suggest buying it from wal mart, they have a as seen on tv
section.. so at least if you don't like it you can take it back.
Shawn Michelle: Great honest review. I recently got one of these. I'm a stay at home mom
and I have found this to be the perfect thing for me to make my lunch in. I
was eating not so healthy stuff for lunch before because when my kids are
at school I didn't want to mess up a bunch of pots or pans just for me.
This has been great for when I am making a one person meal.
Mary Ann Bonneville: so do you still like it
Jennifer Lee: Thank you so much for the review! I haven't been able to find many if ANY
reviews from 'real people' and not from the company that isn't longer than
1:30 minutes. Have you tried cooking anything else since this? How is the
chocolate cake? I should get mine in a week or so. Anxious to try it out. :)
DanielauroraOrtiz: I just got one as a birthday gift, I desperately wanted one and honestly it
is a great tool.. I am a single guy, no kids or anyone to cook for other
than myself. It's sufficient for me.. I concur that the stone wave is a
decent device for quick small portioned servings of multiple dishes,, for
one person,, only.. Nice "on point" review by the way.
Reviews, Tutorials & Tech: I actually do like it.
Review Stone Wave Microwave Cooker As Seen On TV4.5
out of 5