Are Ninja foodi air fryers any good?

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Are Ninja foodi air fryers any good?

Post by Goof »

Hey everyone! I'm in the market for a new Air fryer and was wondering if anyone has used a Ninja Foodi before? I'm trying to decide between the new Ninja Speedi or the Ninja Foodi 15-in-1 SmartLid Multi-Cooker. Has anyone tried either of those? 🤔 Are they worth the investment? I've heard they can save you money and make the best chips! Is that true? Would love to hear some thoughts and opinions! 😊
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Post by Karen »

I haven't personally used the Ninja Speedi or the 15-in-1 SmartLid Multi-Cooker, but I've heard great things about them! I've heard they're amazing for making crispy chips and saving money on oil. 🍟 Plus, it's always a bonus when you can use one appliance for multiple cooking methods. If you're looking for an all-in-one kitchen gadget, I'd say go for it! 💯 But if you're only interested in air frying, maybe look into a cheaper option. Good luck with the search!
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Post by James »

Since purchasing my ninja foodi multi cooker, my oven has essentially become a plate warmer as I haven't used it as at all since. I have even started making my own bread. The pressure cooking feature is also great, as I used to be intimidated by my mother's pressure cooker but this one is really user-friendly with super easy cooking functions - all you do is put your food in press a button and thats it!!!! Well worth the money!
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Post by Lucy »

After gettin one I don't use my oven at all now. They're so efficient, you'll be cooking up a storm in no time. Compared to other cooking methods, air fryers use up to 75% less oil, which can save you a ton of cash and calories. For example, if you were to cook a batch of chicken wings in the oven, you'd need about 1/4 cup of oil. But with an air fryer, you only need a tablespoon or two. That's some serious energy savings right there!

Now, when it comes to the best air fryer brands, I gotta say, there are a few that really stand out👍. Ninja and Philips are two of my personal faves, but there are plenty of others that do a great job too. Just make sure you do your research and read some reviews before you buy. You don't wanna end up with a dud as there are lots of cheaper Chinese makes which are no good at all!🤦‍♀️

With an Air fryer you will be able make everything crispy and delicious, from chicken wings to french fries to onion rings. It's like you're eating food from a fancy restaurant👨‍🍳, but in your own dang kitchen. So, if you want your taste buds to do a happy dance, get yourself an air fryer ASAP!🕺

Hope this helps :)
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