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Which Ninja for roast chicken?

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2NinjaOrNot2Ninja · 04/09/2022 18:14

So, I've heard los of great things about air friers, MIL has one and happily makes chips, sausages, bacon etc in it. A friend has the Ninja Foodi MAX 9-in-1 Multi-Cooker, which she swear by.

I am a pretty average cook and not the very most organised person.

Will a Ninja improve our lives?

Which Ninja is best and is it a good idea to roast chicken / beef / pork / baked potatoes in them?

Please help!

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meateatingveggie · 04/09/2022 18:26

Well OP, having been convinced I do need a Ninja I can't actually find one in stock anywhere to buy one!

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2NinjaOrNot2Ninja · 04/09/2022 20:45

Ha! That's annoying @meateatingveggie which do you want?

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meateatingveggie · 04/09/2022 20:48

I was aiming for the 400 but would have settled for 300. Sadly both are unavailable...

serenghetti2011 · 04/09/2022 20:52

I’ve got the foodi but had it a few years now and love it. Use it for so many meals
loads of people I know have a ninja or want one, my mum just bought one. I hope you find one

Coldilox · 04/09/2022 20:57

I’ve just got the 15-in-1. It does everything, without needing different lids. Got it a week ago and haven’t switched my oven on at all.

Subaru4336 · 04/09/2022 21:56

I got the 14-in-1 today and used it to cook roast chicken, almost roast potatoes (didn't quite have long enough to crisp them up properly!), and Yorkshire puds.

Was really straightforward, chicken was really juicy too! And, hardly any mess to clean up 😊

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