✔️ Ninja Foodi OP301 Review 🥠 | Ninja Foodi Pressure Cooker And Air Fryer Combination

✔️ Ninja Foodi OP301 Review 🥠 | Ninja Foodi Pressure Cooker And Air Fryer Combination

This is my review & demo of the Ninja Foodi OP301 pressure cooker. Very easy to use and does so much. This Ninja combination pressure cooker and air fryer are amazing!
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If you don’t have a pressure cooker or air fryer this Ninja Foodi pressure cooker air fryer is absolutely for you.

I love pressure cooking and was anxious to try this combination pressure cooker and air fryer. Although this machine is larger and heavier than my other pressure cookers, I am glad that I purchased this pressure cooker. This Ninja Foodi is a terrific all-in-one cooking appliance that should provide years of satisfaction. Very easy to cook! Enjoy Delicious Nutritious Meals! It’s all here — anything you want to make.

This Ninja Foodi OP301 works so well. You have to put in the time manually. If you are new to pressure cooking, I would say to follow a recipe. Once you use it for a while, you will get better at judging times for yourself.
I also like the air fryer. It is nice to get crispy food without much oil. It works just as well as my other air fryer.

The first thing I made was pure air fried sweet potatoes. Slice them up, shake up in a baggie with some olive oil, salt, pepper then drop them in the basket. Drop the crisping lid, follow the suggested cooking instructions and wait. You can check the progress by opening the lid. The timer/temperature pauses and restarts where you left off when you close the lid.

I also tried a small beef roast. I am first searing it in the Foodi, adding a little water, closing the pressure lid, pressing a couple of buttons and waited. Again, it came out perfect.

Cleaning is easy as many of the parts are dishwasher safe. The pressure lid is not, but the silicone gasket is. The gasket does take on the smell of the food you cooked, but a little soaking in soap and water took care of that.

1.) The interface on the Ninja OP301 is so intuitive and straightforward to use.
2.) Easy-to-read timer
3.) Pressure cooking and then air frying chicken breasts worked a treat. It feels magical and means no oven mess, no oven heating the kitchen, etc. Great stuff.
4.) Brussel sprouts cooked the same way was amazing. Soft, yet crispy bits abound.
6.) Mac and cheese = win.
7.) The manual is detailed, and the color cookbook it comes with was a welcome surprise.

1.) It’s a large appliance. It takes up quite a bit of room, especially since the separate pressure cooker lid needs a home, too.
2.) Non-stick bowl. I debated as to whether this was a con or not. I tend to not like non-stick pans unless I have to use them (perfect for eggs).
3.) Non-removable air-fryer lid. This makes the unit quite bulky when using the pressure cooker part, as the lid of the air fryer sticks up there like a roof shingle that wasn’t nailed down properly.

Overall, then, if you have to have just ONE appliance, then get the Foodi. For the most part, this Ninja Foodi 6.5 quarts covers my need perfectly, so I’ll be using the Foodi 90% of the time. It’s that good. It does more than the Instant Pot, and that is enough to offset all the cons listed above.
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