Ninja Foodi 6L Multi Pressure Cooker and Air Fryer - Black937/2753
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About this product
Quickly and easily create delicious meals, snacks, sides & desserts in one pot. Pressure cook, air fry, slow cook, bake, roast, grill, steam and more. TenderCrisp Technology quickly cooks to lock in juices then crisps for a golden finish. Cook mains and sides at the same time, even from frozen. Keep Warm feature. Dishwasher-safe parts.
Cooks and crisps. Pressure cook to start, then switch lids for the perfect finish. TenderCrisp Technology quickly cooks to lock in juices, then gives your perfectly cooked food a golden finish using Air Crisp, Roast or Grill settings – from crispy chicken wings to succulent salmon, chunky chips to roasted veg, the options are endless.
- 7 settings that include: steam, grill, fry, boil, stir fry, slow cook, fast stew, braise.
- Keep warm function.
- 6 litre working capacity, subject to mixture.
- Suggested for 3-4 portions.
- Removable pot.
- Cool touch body.
- Ceramic inner bowl.
- Dishwasher safe pot and hand wash only lid.
- 1460 watts.
- Weight: 10.9kg.
- Size H32, W43, D36cm.
- Accessories included: Reversible Rack Cook & Crisp Basket Detachable Diffuser.
- EAN: 622356230278.
92% would recommend to a friend
You will use your standard oven less with this multi kit.
Ninja Foodi is Fab
Only had this for just over a week & already cooked a whole chicken, a beef stew, a curry & a bolognese sauce. Absolutely love it.
Nice looking machine
Fab does exactly what it says on the tin
You can Boil (pressure cook) Roast, Steam, Air-fry almost anything in this machine, I'm 77 and fairly new to cooking and have had no disasters yet. The instructions and recipes are all quite clear, when roasting or air frying you can lift the lid to see how things are going, with pressure cooking you have to de-steam first to release the pressure before you can remove the lid. Most vegetables pressure cook in around 12-15 minutes, you have a high and low setting in this mode, if your not sure try the low setting first.
13 November 2019
Yes you can make mashed potato. You can pressure cook the potatoes first then mash them
13 November 2019
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