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Buying Guide: This kitchen appliance is an air fryer and pressure cooker in one
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Buying Guide: This kitchen appliance is an air fryer and pressure cooker in one

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Ninja Foodi


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Instant Pot fanatics might scoff at the idea that any kitchen appliance could beat their favorite, but Ninja Foodi might just prove them wrong. This 9-in-1 appliance is a pressure cooker and air fryer in one (and the 8-quart version is a dehydrator too).

How It Works

The Ninja Foodi is the best of pressure cooking and air frying in one convenient appliance. The technology allows you to quickly pressure cook to lock in juices, then switch lids for a crispy, golden air fry finish. That means mouthwatering healthier fried chicken or delicious juicy and crisp Brussels sprouts are just minutes away.

9-in-1 Cooking Made Easy

You might not ever use another appliance again with the 9-and-1 versatility the Ninja Foodi provides. You can pressure cook, slow cook, steam, make yogurt, sear, air fry, bake, roast, broil, and keep meals warm without taking over your kitchen space. The nesting broil rack also gives you even more versatility so you can make mains and sides together.

Why Customers Love It

With an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars and more than 23,000 customer reviews, the Ninja Foodi has some serious fans. One customer who had an Instant Pot too said the controls were easier to use and they loved that they were able to crisp up food after cooking for the perfect finish with the Foodi. Other customers said the wings they made in the Ninja Foodi were as close to deep fried as you can get without a deep fryer. Keto dieters loved the ability to make beef jerky at home.

Ninja Foodi Pressure Cooker and Air Fryer available from Amazon


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