Thursday, January 16, 2020

Ninja Foodi Deluxe Pressure Cooker and Air Crisp


You have seen it advertised on TV and on the internet. The Ninja Foodi by Shark is the new and revolutionary way of cooking.
It replaces virtually every kitchen appliance in your kitchen or, let’s say it will be the MOST used appliance in your kitchen.  

The Ninja Foodi is available in several different models which include both the 6-quart and 8-quart.  I recently purchased the Ninja Foodi in the 8-quart (shown in the above illustration). It took me a few weeks to adjust to my Ninja Foodi, also affectionally referred to as R2D2 and dominates a portion of my kitchen counter.

The Ninja Foodi makes everything from appetizers to desserts. My model is the Pressure cooker – Air Crisp. So far I have made toast, Ore-Ida Frozen French Fries and my biggest challenge was Beef Stew (made with Chuck Roast and no knife required) – all came out yummy!

It would take a novel to detail everything but I have included photos of my cooking success below. 

French Fries 

Beef Stew

I joined a group called The Salted Pepper hosted by Louise Long, to whom I refer as the Queen of Cooking. She virtually turns a skillet into a banquet dinner. Louise is a former restaurant owner and Registered Nurse. She knows her way around the kitchen and has an excellent command of the Ninja Foodi. She tests recipes, makes them her own, then shares them online with her 30,000+ subscribers. Yes, she loves what she does and it shows.

Louise  has her own Amazon page for the Ninja Foodi. She also ‘hand-picks’ her own accessories for the Ninja. 


The Ninja Foodi is a bit pricey but worth every dollar. All my food is cooked and served within an hour, compared to the antiquated three or four-hour method; however, the Ninja Foodi also serves as a slow cooker, should you prefer a much longer time period. 

The Ninja Foodi cooks food that is both healthy and super delicious. You can and will taste the difference. 


Shark Ninja costs more but offers One-Year VIP Guarantee and a four-week installment plan which is reasonable and doesn’t bend the budget. 

The best part is that all the cooking is done in one pot or air crisp basket and makes for super easy cleanup. 

Now that I own a Ninja Foodi, I wonder how I managed without it. 

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