Stainless steel nesting broil rack lets you steam, broil, and add a layer of capacity and it easily stores inside the cooking pot
The Ninja Foodi is a 10-in-1 multicooker with tons of features, and its crisping feature is unique. The stainless steel construction is durable, and the nonstick coating makes cooking a breeze. The pot is big enough to cook a 5-pound chicken or 6-pound roast, and it comes with a rack that can double as a broiling pan. The pot is also deep enough to hold a 6-quart pot upside down, and it comes with a cord storage clip. The crisping lid seals in moisture and lets you crisp up food without heating up the kitchen. The crisping lid also doubles as a steamer, and it comes with a steamer insert. The air fryer function makes crispy food without the mess and grease, and it uses less energy than a standard fryer. The included recipes are creative, and there are plenty of cooking charts to help you get the most out of your machine. The appliance is easy to use, and it's versatile enough to use for a variety of cooking tasks.
Package Weight-31.40043997666 Lbs
The Ninja Foodi Deluxe 8-quart, 8-in-1 cooker features a 1-1/2-horsepower, 240-watt motor that delivers up to 15 pounds of pressure—enough power to cook, steam, brown, saute, slow cook, and more. The cooker's 8-quart capacity and nonstick-coated, removable pot and lid make it easy to cook big meals, and its 8-in-1 function allows you to cook 8 different dishes in the same pot. The Ninja Foodi Deluxe's 8-in-1 function includes pressure cooking, slow cooking, steaming, browning, sauteing, and dehydrating. The cooker's timer and auto-pressure release are programmable, and the pressure release valve locks the lid in place to prevent spills. The Foodi Deluxe's nonstick pot and lid are dishwasher-safe, easy to clean, and dishwasher safe. The Ninja Foodi Deluxe is UL-Certified and is backed by a 10-year warranty and customer service.
6. 5-Quart Ceramic-Coated Pot: Nonstick, PTFE/PFOA-free, and easy to clean. Enough capacity to cook a roast for your family. 4-Quart Cook & Crisp Basket: Large-capacity, ceramic-coated, PTFE/PFOA-free basket holds up to a 5-lb chicken or 3 lbs of French fries to feed your whole family. Nonstick for easy cleanup.
The Ninja Foodi all-in-one pressure cooker, air fryer, and steamer has amazingly good pressure-cooking performance (it took just 18 minutes to cook a 6.5-pound chicken with 10 minutes left in the cook cycle), and it can pressure-cook, air fry, and steam all in the same appliance. And it's easy to use. The Foodi has 14 different cooking presets for everything from rice to pizza and chicken to cheesecake, and it comes with a user manual and recipe book. It also has a built-in timer that beeps when your meal is done and lets you set an alarm so you remember when your food will be done. The Foodi should last you a long time, and it's eligible for Amazon's 30-day return policy.
Pressure lid cooks food up to 70% faster* than traditional cooking
The Ninja Foodi OP305 is the world's first crisping pressure cooker, and it's the first electric pressure cooker to use technology from Ninja, the popular kitchen appliance company. The Foodi is the first electric pressure cooker with Crisp Technology, which is it's unique feature. Crisp Technology crisps your food by cooking it at a higher pressure, and then removing most of the pressure during the final 30 minutes of cooking. This process results in food that tastes like it has just come out of the oven or stovetop. The Ninja Foodi is also the first electric pressure cooker to come with a 10-year warranty. The Foodi has 8 cooking functions: Pressure Cook, Air Fry, Slow Cook, Steam, Bake, Roast, Saute and Warm. The Foodi comes with Ninja's wireless app, which allows you to program the Foodi with your recipes. The Foodi is dishwasher safe, and it's compact 6.5-quart size makes it ideal for small kitchens.
Xl 8 quart ceramic Coated pot is nonstick, PTFE/PFOA free and easy to clean
The Ninja Foodi All-in-One Multi-Cooker is a great solution for busy families that want all the convenience of a slow cooker without having to babysit it. The 8-quart model has enough room to cook large amounts of food, and it has a 5-quart cook-and-crisp basket that lets you cook other dishes while the food is cooking. The crisping lid turns the basket into a waffle maker, and a 1.6-quart stainless steel steaming basket lets you steam vegetables or seafood. The 8-quart model has a pressure lid, and the 5-quart model has a pressure valve. The lid releases steam automatically, and the pressure valve releases steam by turning a lever. The multi-cooker comes with many accessories, including a recipe book, a measuring spoon and spatula, a stainless steel rack, and a cleaning pad. The 8-quart model is 16.5 inches tall, 11 inches wide, and 10 inches deep. The 5-quart model is slightly narrower and shorter. Both models have a right-hand side handle, and both have a front-load door. The multi-cooker is easy to use, but it's more expensive than most slow cookers, and it doesn't have as many features.
14 safety features: passed rigorous testing for safety certification, giving you peace of mind
The Ninja Foodi OP101 comes with more features than our previous pick, the Cook N Home 7-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker, including slow-cook, air fry/crisp, and yogurt functions. The Air Fry feature cooks food using the rapid-heated air circulated around the food. The Air Crisp function takes food from raw to crispy in just a few minutes. The Slow Cook function cooks food at low temperatures and is ideal for preparing tender meat, such as beef, pork, and chicken. The yogurt function cooks yogurt at low temperatures. The Ninja Foodi OP101 also offers more cooking capacity than the Cook N Home model. The 5-Quart Cook & Crisp basket offers 3.5 cubic feet of cooking space, which is nearly twice that of the Cook N Home model's 2.2 cubic feet. The Ninja Foodi OP101's 5-Quart Air Fry basket offers 3.5 cubic feet of cooking space, which is nearly twice that of the Cook N Home's 2.2 cubic feet. The Ninja Foodi OP101 is also more expensive than the Cook N Home. The Cook N Home is priced at $119, which is $20 less than the Ninja Foodi OP101. The Ninja Foodi OP101 comes with a one-year warranty, which is longer than the Cook N Home's 90-day warranty.
Ninja Foodi (FD302) 11-in-1 6.5-qt Pro Pressure plus Cooker Air Fryer with Stainless finish (Renewed)
Package Weight -27.74958491794 Lbs
The Ninja Foodi (FD302) is a sleek, stylish pressure cooker and air fryer. It cooks up to 11 different dishes, including meat, fish, and poultry, and its one-button operation makes it quick and easy to use. The steamer basket lets cooks cook delicate vegetables, such as broccoli, and frozen foods, such as pizza, in as little as eight minutes. The air fryer uses Rapid Air Technology to fry foods evenly and quickly and uses a digital touchscreen interface to select and adjust the settings and timer. The air fryer has 15 cooking functions, including chicken, steak, fish, shrimp, and fries. Its 10 presets include fries, steak, chicken strips, and frozen foods. The pressure cooker features stainless steel construction, a steam release valve, a pressure release valve, and an automatic safety lid lock. The pressure cooker has 3 pressure settings, as well as a low, medium, and high temperature settings. It can cook up to 8 cups of rice, 8 cups of soup, or 12 quarts of slow-cooker food in as little as 30 minutes. The pressure cooker and air fryer are dishwasher safe, and the air fryer has a 3-year warranty.
4-Quart Cook & Crisp Basket: Large-capacity, ceramic-coated, PTFE/PFOA-free basket holds up to a 5-lb chicken or 3 lbs of french fries to feed your whole family. Nonstick for easy cleanup.
The Ninja Foodi is the best electric pressure cooker we've seen, period. It rivals the Instant Pot in performance, features, and versatility, and it's much less expensive. The appliance's biggest selling point is its Crisping Lid, which cooks food to crispy perfection. The crisping lid works just like the crisping lid on the Instant Pot, but it's a lot smaller and places less stress on the food. The Ninja Foodi is powerful, too. It's powerful enough to cook a 7-pound chicken in an hour, and it manages to produce moist, flavorful meat with very few complaints. We cooked pasta, rice, and potatoes in Ninja Foodi, and the results were perfect every time. We also cooked frozen food in the Ninja Foodi, and the results were even better. The appliance's nonstick surface makes cleanup easy. The only complaint we have about the Ninja Foodi is that it's a little loud, but it's a trade-off we're willing to make. The Ninja Foodi is the best electric pressure cooker we've tested, and it's worth every penny.
4-Quart cook & crisp basket: large-capacity, Ceramic-Coated, PTFE/PFOA-free basket holds up to a 5-lb chicken or 3 lbs. of French fries to feed your whole family. Nonstick for easy cleanup. Never clean the cooker base in the dishwasher
The Ninja Foodi has a lot of things going for it: it's the first pressure cooker with an air fryer built in, and it has an elegant, streamlined design. It's also packed with features: it has an 1800-watt motor, a 6.5-quart capacity, two pressure settings, a 10-hour delay timer, a 3-hour pre-heat timer, a 10-minute quick start feature, and 14 safety levels. The built-in air fryer is an improvement over the air fryers we tested in the past, because it cooks food more evenly and makes it easy to create crisp fried chicken or French fries. The ToughCrisp lid adds another level of convenience, because it allows you to finish cooking your food in a crisping oven, a toaster oven, or a grill. It cooks frozen food much faster than traditional methods, and it allows you to cook large cuts of meat, like brisket or ribs. The included recipes are easy to follow, and we liked the fact that there's a guide to common cooking terms as well as 45+ recipes. The Foodi is easy to clean: it has two non-stick inner pots (the pressure cooker and the air fryer), and a removable basket that can be washed in the dishwasher. The pressure cooker lid is nonstick, too, so it's easy to wash and clean. Our only complaint is that the instruction manual is confusing, and it contains a lot of typos. The Ninja Foodi is an expensive appliance, but it's well worth the price.