Ninja Cooking System


Kim Biegacki Recipe

By Kim Biegacki pistachyoo


Rating:
Serves:
Family
Method:
Slow-Cooker/Crock Pot
Comments:

It's been 3 months since I purchased my 3 in 1 Ninja Cooking System with Triple Fusion Heat Technology. It is an advanced system that combines oven, stovetop cooking, slow cooking, steam roasting and baking technology. It allows you to cook faster, healthier and add more flavor to your meals.

Since I have an older oven that doesn't work well the Ninja has really improved my cooking abilities & the meals for the family. I would highly recommend it. So, I thought I would share the different ways it can cook and some of the recipes I have made so far.

April 2013

Ingredients

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ninja cooking system

Directions Step-By-Step

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I purchased my Ninja Cooking System thru QVC for a discounted price and received all these items (you see in photo) to go with it. You can purchase the Ninja on their online site as well as other retail stores too.
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STOVETOP:
Allows you to sear and sauté. Searing & browning meat, and sautéing vegetables develops added flavors, color, and texture to your meals.
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FAST ONE-POT MEAL MAKING:
The Ninja 3 in 1 Cooking System's Triple Heat Technology provides heat to both the sides & bottom of the pot that you to create complete meals all at the same time.
[You can place uncooked noodles, sauce and frozen meatballs into the Ninja and it will cook to perfection in less than 1/2 hour.]
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LAYERED MEALS:
You can make casseroles with every ingredient done properly --vegetables, crispy toppings, and meats prepared to perfection.
Or you can use the roasting rack and place protein & vegetables on rack while starch is on the bottom. Again, they cook to perfection.
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SLOW COOKING:
The Ninja is also a SEARious slow cooker -- the STOVETOP setting allows you to sear your meats first, then SLOW COOK all in the same appliance.
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STEAM INFUSED ROASTING:
The Ninja has steam-oven capability to make your meats juicier and cut cooking time by up to 30%. Taking less time & cooking in a steam environment result in juicy, flavorful foods. -- NO PREHEATING REQUIRED IN ANY MEAL.
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STEAM INFUSED BAKING:
Steam baked desserts are moister and healthier. By baking in a steam environment, you only have to use HALF the fat, plus you get cakes that are spongier & more delicious.
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30 MINUTE MEALS:
Here are some 30 minute recipes that I have tried.
Chicken & Veggie Skewers w/Thai Coconut Sauce
Spaghetti & Meatballs in Ninja Cooking System

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American


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14 Comments

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Rina W rinamw
Jan 3, 2015
I've had my Ninja for a year and a half (given as a wedding present) but I've only used it a few times because I don't know how exactly to use it. This is the first I've found someone outside Ninja using it and posting recipes, so excited! Most of the recipes in the cookbook Ninja made seemed too fancy/difficult for my skill level and budget. Can I bug you for any tips? Can you take any frozen meat with other ingredients and cook them with no worries or fuss (like a freezer meal)? Thank you so much for posting this!
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Kim Biegacki pistachyoo
Sep 10, 2013
Black, Copper, Blue, Cinnamon or Platinum...ok so only 4 colors new but still...they are pretty.
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Kim Biegacki pistachyoo
Sep 10, 2013
Woohoo, tonight 9/11/13 the Ninja is in 4 new colors on QVC. Great price and pymt plans....new items come along with it. Yes, I turned it to QVC....and the Ninja is in 5 new colors. The copper is stunning!!! Super low price.....special 139.oo and pymts of 34 dollars. Oh, and you get new items with it. ---great time to try the Ninja Cooking System.
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P B Pastry101
Aug 30, 2013
Lol!! :D Kim, all I have made so far are Margaritas.. My daughter made Salsa and I was not to Happy about that.. I don't like how your Blender has that funny taste afterwards.. I just want to keep it for Refreshing Drinks and use the other smaller one as a Pastry Blender, Not Very Exciting I know.. But, We'll see?? what Recipes I use it for down the way??...