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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Product Review: Ninja Kitchen Cooking System

My Ninja Kitchen Cooking System is probably my most used/most loved kitchen appliance. I recommend it to everyone. It has slow cooker, oven and stovetop mode. It’s the perfect size, versatile, and very easy to clean. If you need to cook your meat before you place it in the slow cooker, you can do this all in the Ninja. If you think you might be running late, and won’t have enough time to slow cook your meal, you can put it on “Oven” mode and speed up the cooking process. I also love the fact that you can time the slow cooker to cook for so many hours, and afterwards it will automatically go to “buffet” and keep your food warm but not overcook it. When you work full time, you can easily dry out your food by overcooking, if you don’t have a timer. Unlike a traditional Slow Cooker the liner is not stoneware, it is a nonstick liner. It’s much lighter and very easy to clean. If my Ninja broke, I would definitely want to buy another one.

Slow Cooker: Low, Medium, High and Buffet settings.

Oven: This is adjustable with the digital display like a traditional oven. You can adjust to from 250-425 degrees.

Stovetop: Low, Medium, High. You can use this to sear your meat, simmer or saute.

1 comment:

  1. This sounds perfect for my son. Hm, maybe he'll get one for Christmas.