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Ninja is best known for its compact yet powerful blenders, which make it easy to get your daily fruit and veg servings. But their new air fryer is starting to garner major love among the health-conscious crowd as well.
The Ninja Foodi 6-in-1 2-Basket Air Fryer is unique because it is is the first air fryer to feature two separate baskets that allow you to air-fry two separate dishes in two separate manners simultaneously. You can choose from six different food-prep methods, including air fry, air broil, roast, bake, reheat and dehydrate. You can even program the Foodi to finish each item at the same time via the Match Cook button, so each part of your meal will be completed all at once.
You can find the Ninja Foodi 6-in-1 2-Basket Air Fryer on Amazon for $179.99, or on the Ninja website.
With the dehydrate program, you can make your own dried fruit, which is ideal for people who are concerned about additives like sugar in their dried fruit, or for those who want to save money by repurposing produce before it goes bad.
The reheat program allows you to turn leftovers into something that won’t leave your family groaning. Air fryers are a great way to reheat things like pizza, French fries and any other items that normally wouldn’t fare well when reheated in the microwave, and with the reheat function, there’s no guesswork necessary when heating up leftover dishes.
And with the air broil program, you can make everything from steak to desserts like broiled bananas.
Never used an air fryer? Whether you’re using the air fryer to create a healthy twist on your favorite fried foods like fried chicken, jalapeno poppers or crab rangoons, or you’re making decadent treats like fried pickles or fried ice cream (no we’re not drooling, you’re drooling), air fryers help make it easier for all of us to embrace our inner foodie with less oil and less fat.
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