This article describes the development of a reduced order model (ROM) based on residual minimization for a generic power-law fluid. The objective of the work is to generate a methodology that allows for the fast and accurate computation of polymeric flow fields in a multiparameter space. It is shown that the ROM allows for the computation of the flow field in a few seconds, as compared with the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) methods in which the central processing unit (CPU) time is on the order of hours. The model fluid used in the study is a polymeric fluid characterized by both its power-law consistency index m and its power-law index n. Regarding the ROM development, the main difference between this case and the case of a Newtonian fluid is the order of the nonlinear terms in the viscous stress tensor: In the case of the polymeric fluid these terms are highly nonlinear while they are linear when a Newtonian fluid is considered. After the method is validated and its robustness studied with regard to several parameters, an application case is presented that could be representative of some industrial situations.