Do you dream of fries and wings? The beloved Ninja Airfryer XL is on sale at Amazon – but only for today
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Amazon is on a mission to help you improve your barbecues: the mega-retailer just released the top rated Ninja Air Fryer XL. What are you waiting for? Go cook!
The 5.5-quart Ninja Air Fryer is only $100 (was $150) at Amazon – and we have a feeling this deal won’t last long. The multi-function device offers the ability to crisp up everything from potatoes to vegetables, or dehydrate fruits for a sweet snack without the guilt and mess of cooking oil.
It’s the perfect way to prepare your tastiest side dishes, from crispy fries to cauliflower appetizers and even cookies! It’s the perfect one-time tool, so you won’t be taking up valuable grill real estate.
“It makes things that we want to reheat and roast really crispy,” writes one shopper. “It makes bread croutons in minutes. Potatoes come out great. Fish too. Saves so much time and mess for fried things like onions, etc.”
The Ninja Air Fryer has five preset cooking functions: air fry, bake, roast, reheat or dehydrate. “The basket is big enough for 3 pounds of wings or potatoes. I would cook so much in two batches so that the air circulates because that’s what makes everything so crispy,” said another happy customer. “Not only do I bake in my Ninja, I heat up sandwiches, reheat leftovers, cook frozen foods, pizza and Hamburgers. It doesn’t heat up the kitchen and it doesn’t leave a lingering odor like deep-frying.”
So how does it work? The secret is the device’s smart processor, which ensures that hot air is circulated evenly, so food gets that golden crunchy aftertaste in a short time. The internal fan automatically adjusts the speed based on the cooking function and prepares those delicious snacks in no time.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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