Ninja Foodi Tender Crisp Pressure Cooker-Black OP300
The Ninja Foodi Tender Pressure Cooker that crisps is called the Ninja Foodi. You may accomplish all the speedy cooking and tenderizing marvels that you love about pressure cookers with Tender Crisp Technology. However, the Foodi is only beginning where they stop. Its ground-breaking Crisping Lid enables air frying, baking, roasting, and broiling. This entails that you can pressure cook to seal in liquids and then add a crisp to the top. You can only get the best of both pressure cooking and air frying in one pot with the Ninja Foodi. Make crispy meals out of frozen items. By cooking meats, vegetables, and grains all at once, you can make healthful, multi-textured 360 meals. Add a crispy or bubbling top to your favorite stew and chili recipes to make one-pot marvels.
About this item
- The pressure cooker that crisps, the Ninja® FoodiTM. Air fryer, pressure cooker, and TenderCrisperTM
- You can swiftly cook items thanks to TenderCrisp Technology, and the Crisping Lid offers your food a crispy, golden crust.
- Pressure cook up to 70% faster than with conventional methods. Compared to conventional frying techniques, air frying can reduce fat by up to 75%. * Recipes that are slow-cooked, braised, or simmered for a short period of time. French fries that were hand-cut and deep-fried were tested.
- 6. PTFE/PFOA-free, nonstick, and simple to clean 5-quart ceramic-coated pot. large enough to roast a whole chicken for your family.
- Large capacity, ceramic-coated, PTFE/PFOA-free 4-quart Cook & CrispTM Basket holds up to a 5-lb chicken or 3 lbs of french fries to feed the entire family. Nonstick makes cleanup simple.
- 14 Safety Elements. You can feel confident knowing that it has passed demanding testing for safety certification.
- Includes a 1410-watt unit, a crisping lid, a pressure lid, a 6.5-quart ceramic-coated pot, a 4-quart ceramic-coated Cook & CrispTM Basket, a stainless steel reversible rack, and a cookbook with 15 recipes.
- Go straight from frozen to crispy to save time. Cook frozen food evenly from the inside out, beginning with pressure cooking and concluding with a preferred crisping technique.