The Ninja Foodi is the perfect appliance for those who love crispy food. It’s an air fryer and pressure cooker in one, but it can also do things like make cakes or French fries with its specialties settings!
If you’ve always wanted to cook your food in the Instant Pot without having it be too crispy, then this is an appliance for you. The people at SharkNinja created their Ninja Foodi which can do both pressure cooking and air frying! Now that I think about it- we should get one ASAP because there’s no time like now before they sell out of these babies…
The Ninja Foodi is one of the bestselling kitchen appliance with excellent function. So far I’ve only used my own stand-alone air fryer before getting this product but now that we have introduced each other to them both separately through trial runs, using different cooking methods like pressure frying browning meats on top or crispiness by heating until golden. Further dropping them into boiling water so they stay fresh longer than traditional fried foods.
I also love how easy clean up can get with it because there are no oil burning when heated together.
The Air Crisp function of the Ninja Foodi is one of its best features! I have not tried using an air fryer before, so this was new territory for me. One thing that surprised me about the process was how well pressure cooking works with it—I could crisp my meat or make sure there wasn’t any greasy residue on top by browning under heat afterwards.
To be completely honest, I had my doubts about air frying. That’s why I never bought one until now and can’t believe how much better it is to cook with than oil or butter! My first test of cooking wings in the Ninja Foodi was stellar – they came out crispy as ever without burning which has been an issue for me before with other methods.
I must say though…those Asian Sticky Wings are just too good, try them at least once while enjoying this amazing machine.
I never thought that air frying would be a good idea until I got this Ninja Foodi. It does an amazing job at making crispy wings, and now my family can’t get enough of them!
I had heard some bad stories about other people’s experiences with trying it out- but once these Asian Sticky Wings were made using their special “crisp” setting on the fryer—they proved me wrong totally.
A question I get a lot is when to use the basket and which one is for what function. There are so many different baskets in foodi’s line-up, but if you want your fried or steamed item browned on all sides then it’s best with this particular design!
Mentioning air fryers here as well – always make sure there’s circulation under that little round thingy at bottom (diverter).
A question I also get a lot is when to use the basket versus rack. In my future article, you’ll see that this can depend on your food and appliance!
I always recommend using an upside-down plate with baskets meant for cooking in air fryers or steam tables because they help cook bottom while also preventing spills from dripping onto other foods below it (or directly onto yourself).
I love using my basket for air frying, but the rack is better if you need a smaller dish. I like how it distributes heat more evenly and can cook larger foods without them getting stuck on one side or cooking too quickly before other parts are done.
I absolutely recommend using an electric air fryer instead of gas because they have safety features that prevent accidents from happening while cooking – in case you use oven then just make sure to wear oven mitts when handling hot metal utensils after use!
The basket is a great way to air fry food. However, the rack can also be useful if you don’t want your dish touching any of those hot oil drums below it (or next door). For example: whole chickens are much more evenly cooked on racks than in baskets due their size – especially when they’re large-sized!