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Sure, the Instant Pot is great as a slow cooker and pressure cooker, but it can’t be used as a convection oven, home grill or air fryer. However, the Ninja Foodi can do almost everything an Instant Pot can do and more. And it’s on sale for $110, or $69 off at HSN!
The Ninja Foodi (6.5-quart model) is a super-versatile countertop kitchen appliance that uses “TenderCrisp” technology that makes it quicker to cook with a golden finish. In fact, it cooks up to 75% faster than typical air fryers and pressure cookers with less fat and oil than traditional frying. Think of this as a pressure cooker, air fryer, slow cooker, oven, crisper, grill, broiler and steamer in one appliance.
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The multi-cooker features a large 6.5-quart ceramic pot, while it comes with a 5-quart crisper basket that can hold up to three pounds of frozen French fries or five pounds of chicken. And since both the pot and basket are nonstick, they’re easy to clean after you’re finished cooking for the whole family.
The Ninja Foodi also includes a crisping lid, a pressure lid, a stainless steel reversible rack and a book with more than 45 delicious recipes to get started.
But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what HSN shoppers are saying about this multi-cooker.
“I bought this and have to say it is the best purchase ever! My family and l use this everyday! My older kids love that it so easy to use and throw in chicken nuggets and fries at the same time. It comes with a cooking rack so you can cook multiple things at once.”
Another delighted shopper added, “I have used the Foodi almost every day since it has arrived. It is a blessing for a working couple who still like to cook and eat at home.”
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