Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 Deluxe 8-Quart Pressure Cooker Only $149.99 Shipped on Amazon (Regularly $250)
Hip2Save may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. Read our full disclosure policy here.
Amazon makes cooking your next meal easy!
Hustle over to Amazon where you can score this Ninja Foodi 8-Quart 9-in-1 Deluxe XL Pressure Cooker for just $149.99 shipped (regularly $249.99)!
This highly-loved pressure cooker comes with a stainless steel deluxe reversible rack, 45 chef-inspired recipes, an 8-quart ceramic-coated cooking basket, a 5-quart cook & crisp basket, and pressure lid. It also features TenderCrisp Technology that lets you quickly pressure cook ingredients to lock in juices and then give them a crispy, golden-brown air-fryer finish!
Even better you can use the Ninja Foodi to pressure cook, steam, air fry, slow cook, make yogurt, sear, sauté, bake, roast, broil, and dehydrate.
Customers love this pressure cooker…
This thing has changed the way we cook. It is amazing. You can cook practically anything in it. I find it great for cooking side dishes while your main dish is in the oven (e.g. making roasted potatoes while you have a meat dish cooking at low temp in the oven). You can rapidly air fry French fries, tots, toasted ravioli, crab rangoon, etc. I smoke Pork Shoulder or Chuck Roast on my Weber for 3 Hours then toss it in the Ninja and Pressure cook it for an hour and you have excellent pulled pork. Add some onions and Recaito, and you have a great Chili Verde. No one will probably ever read this review, given the other 19K glowing write-ups, but I felt compelled to add to the positive reviews. This thing is incredible. If you did read this, I hope it helps you.
It works amazingly well!! I just look up ‘how long to cook ‘ and then just come up with recipes. I basically always add some water at the bottom (around a cup) and flavor how I feel… set the time and my food is ready pretty fast! Not being a complete fool, I do have a thermometer (which I’d suggest getting if you’re new to the pressure/air-frying scene) so that I can verify that the internal temperature of the meats I cook is always in the “safe” range (particularly chicken).