Go bigger, tastier and healthier with the Big Cubie Oven

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The Lunar New Year is right around the corner and people everywhere will be finalising their menus for the festive period. Have you got your list of family favourites to call upon, or will you be cooking up a new table of delights this new year?

There’s nothing like the joy of savouring delicious home-cooked meals with your family while you ring in the new year.

The tempting aroma of freshly baked cookies and cakes, the delectable slow-cooked stews from recipes handed down through the generations, seasoned with love, the new year staples that you’ve come to look forward to seeing on the family table every year. Is your mouth watering already?

If you’re looking to serve a healthy spread this 2019, why not try the Panasonic NU-SC300BMPQ Superheated Steam Convection Oven (aka the BIG Cubie Oven)? Panasonic’s all-new convection steam oven is here again, and just in time to help you go bigger and bolder this Chinese New Year.

Sporting a large cavity that can hold up to 30 litres, the big Cubie Oven will easily bake large cakes and whole chickens. The large cavity enables tasty, authentic oven cooking, and your dishes will be baked to perfection.

The Cubie has a stainless steel look surface and an electrostatic touch panel control.

The water tank has also been greatly enlarged, so now you can simmer on low-heat for a longer period of time. Think of all the yummy soups and stews you’ll be able to surprise your friends and family with. The Cubie Oven’s superheated steam technology will ensure all those good nutrients in your ingredients stay sealed in.

Designed with your needs in mind, the Cubie Oven strikes a brilliant balance between aesthetic and fundamental features, making it the perfect kitchen companion for healthy, speedy dinners and family feasts.

Together, its multifunction steam convection features and 30 preset menus deliver precise temperature controls to ensure your meals get cooked to perfection.

And then when all the feasting is done? You won’t have to fret either because the Cubie Oven is equipped with five cleaning functions! This oven takes the burden out of cleaning, leaving you with more time to enjoy the season!

Gong Xi Fa Cai, and why not try out these lovely recipes and surprise everyone?

NU-SC300BMPQ is now on sale for RM2,799. To find out more, go to panasonic.com/my.

cubieOsmanthus Poached Pears

Cubie function: Stew

Preparation time: 20 mins

Cooking time: 3 hours

5-6 servings


10gm dried snow fungus

2 Chinese pears dried

4 tsp Osmanthus flower dried

5 pitted red dates dried

5 honey dates

1 tsp Chinese sweet almond

1 tsp Chinese bitter almond

20-30gm rock sugar

1.3l water


1. Soak dried white fungus in water for at least 15 minutes until they swell up. Remove the hard, yellow part at the bottom. Cut into bite-sized pieces.

2. Peel pears, remove core and cut into wedges or large bite-sized pieces.

3. Place all the ingredients into a casserole pot.

4. Cook on Stew mode for 3 hours. Serve warm or cold.


Cubie function: Stew

Preparation time: 20 mins

Cooking time: 3 hours

2-3 servings


1 spring chicken, around 800-900 gm

4 red dates, halved and pitted

2 fresh Korean ginseng roots

4 garlic cloves

100gm glutinous rice, soak in water for at least 1 hour

2 tsp salt

1.2l hot boiling water

1 stalk spring onion, sliced, for garnishing


1. Clean chicken, remove excess fat inside chicken cavity and pat dry. Stuff the glutinous rice (reserving 1 tbsp) and half the Korean ginseng, red dates and garlic cloves into chicken cavity. Seal opening with toothpick.

2. Place chicken into a ceramic pot. Add the remaining glutinous rice, ginseng, red dates and garlic together with salt and water.

3. Cook on Stew mode for 3 hours. Add sliced spring onion and serve hot.

Tip: Serve with extra salt and pepper on the side, or with a dip of salt, pepper and sesame oil.

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