Ninja Cooking System Review

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Last Updated on June 24, 2019 by

This Ninja Cooking System review is made possible by a product provided at no charge. This post may contain affiliate links.  All opinions are mine and mine alone.

Getting a delicious, healthy meal on the table quickly sounds like a dream come true some days.  It always seems like at the end of the day, I am running behind on everything. Dinner is late. Someone is at the door. The phone won’t stop ringing.  I’m seriously tempted to load the family into the car and head out for fast food. Honestly, some days I do, but I know that’s not the answer.  It seems like meals that are good for you take a long time to prepare. Meals that are super quick are generally not healthy or don’t taste very good.

Ninja Cooking System review

Ninja Cooking System Review

When I went to BlogHer Food in Austin, Texas in June, I had the check out some of the neat products from Ninja Kitchen.  While they were all pretty amazing, the one that stood out for me the most was the Ninja Cooking System. The Ninja Cooking System is a 3 in 1 cooking system. It does:

  • Steam Infused Roasting and Baking
  • Fast One Pot Meal Making
  • Searious Programmable Slow Cooking
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It uses triple fusion heat to cook food with 30% less fat and 30% faster than conventional ovens. What is triple fusion heat? The Ninja Cooking System uses bottom/side heat along with superheated steam to cook. The Ninja Cooking System is truly amazing. It can do just about any kind of cooking that I want it to.  I can roast a 6 pound chicken or 4 pound roast using steam infused roasting.  The steam baking means I can bake yummy muffins or cupcakes (and use up to half the fat). I can make one pot meals like spaghetti and meatballs or shrimp scampi with 5 minutes prep time and 30 minutes total cooking time!  When I use it as a slow cooker, I can sear the meat right in the same pan & then re-heat it tomorrow in the same non stick pot!

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The Ninja Cooking System has been saving me TONS of time in the kitchen. I can cook the entire meal in non-stick pot. It’s removable for serving, easy to clean and unbreakable.  The oven temperature can be set between 250F and 425F degrees so it easily cooks any meal I want to make. The built in stove top can be set to low, medium or high.  The slow cooker has a timer and an auto keep warm function. You can program it with low, high or buffet settings.

Ninja Cooking System Review

I made a Hearty Skillet Lasagna in the Ninja Cooking System and it was amazing. I literally had 10 minutes hands on time and everything was cooked and served all in one pot! It cleaned up super quickly and was very easy to use. The Ninja Cooking System comes with a multi-purpose pan and a silicone petite muffin tray.  It also comes with a recipe booklet to get you started using the Ninja Cooking System. If you’d like to save time in the kitchen without sacrificing taste or resorting to unhealthy food, I definitely recommend the Ninja Cooking System.

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  1. I learned about steam-infused roasting, which uses bottom heat and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to cook 50% faster, with less fat.  I would love to try a small turkey in this!
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  2. Thanks for the giveaway…The pot (in which the actual food is placed) is dishwasher safe, the rest is wipe, or hand wash only.
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  3. I learned it uses the same advanced steam technology as the finest restaurants and you can- Prepare meals up to 50% faster. Thanks!
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  4. I learned that steam infused baking uses bottom and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to bake with up to 50% less fat
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  5. I learned the pot is dishwasher safe but the other parts aren't. And you can't use abrasive cleaners. Take care of it for sure! coriwestphal at msn dot com
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  6. I learned that Steam infused baking uses bottom and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to bake with up to 50% less fat**! You get cakes that are moist and delicious and lower in calories!
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  7. I learned that the Ninja Cooking System makes cooking up to fifty percent faster. And I can even bake in the Ninja Cooking System. jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com
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  8. I learned it uses Steam infused roasting uses bottom heat and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to cook 50% faster*, with less fat. The result is juicier meats!
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  9. I think I'd love to try making a roast chicken in this. We usually use the rotesserie, but this looks like it'd be good, too.
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  10. I like how you can bake and slow cook in this. It also works like a stove top to brown things. This sounds like a very unique cooking system. 
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  11. Steam baking is done by adding water to the bottom of the COOKING pot and cooking on the OVEN setting. And your food cooks 50% faster
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  12. I learned that the Ninja Cooking System has a nice long 24" cord and you should use non-metal utensils on surface of the pot.
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  13. I learned that the overall system weighs 12.2 lbs. (Competition weighs 13.2 lbs. on average). The pot weighs approximately 3 pounds while traditional crockery pots weigh 8 pounds.
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  14. I learned Ninja has more than just blender systems! I love the ability to be able to bake in something that won't heat up the whole house. And the SEARious slow cooking looks awesome!
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  15. Delicious family meals ready in 30 minutes. Everything ready at the same time. Tastes great! Saves time! Easy non-stick pot clean-up.
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  16. you can cook fifty percent faster saving time and energy and also make it more healthy option for the family. It is also easy to clean.
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  17. Would be very interested in this from a time and energy saving perspective, but I'm curious about what kind of heat it puts out in the kitchen.
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    • I didn't notice any extra heat in the kitchen and I used it during the heat wave we just had in Vermont. It's definitely not more than my slow cooker used to give out.
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  18. I learned that with its estimated 50% faster cooking speed it would be an overall cooking system for anything on busy nights. Its compact size would be good for a small kitchen because of its wide range of features . It is also a great way for those hearty dinners and tasty desserts you want to make but don't want to heat up the house in doing so, which is great for lazy hot summer days. The recipes for all the pasta dishes looked fantastic and super easy.
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  19. You can BAKE with a slow cooker? That's amazing. I know everyone has commented about this, but I couldn't help adding my two cents :) This seems like a must-have for foodie. Thanks for telling us about it!
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  20. I learned that It is perfectly safe to leave the Ninja® plugged in  ONLY for slow cooker or buffet settings.
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  21. I learned that Layered meal cooking uses you Ninja® Cooking System to provide heat to both the sides and bottom of the pot, along with super-heated moisture, allowing you to create complete meals at the same time.  It’s the best of steam roasting with the added functionality of layering vegetables and starches in the same pot as the protein, which cooks above on the rack.
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  22. I learned that steam infused roasting uses bottom heat and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to cook 50% faster, with less fat.
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  23. I learned that you used the same technology advanced stem as done in fine restaurants I WOULD MAKE A POT ROAST
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  24. I love that you can bake and saute foods without having to defrost them! And since it cuts cooking time in half it would be a great help when making dinner for my family since were always on the go.
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  25. I learned that searing meats before cooking adds flavor and appearance. Sear using the built-in stove top before slow cooking – for more delicious meals all in one appliance. Slow cooking is cooking foods at low temperature for a long time in a moist cooking environment. Typical slow cook meals take 8-10 hours on low and 4-6 hours on high.
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  26. If I'm the lucky winner, the first thing I'll make is a big batch of chili, so I can brown the meat right in the unit, then slow cook the chili so as not to heat up the kitchen unnecessarily.
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  27. I learned that you can cook many ways & make delicious healthy meals like restaurants do with one Ninja product like the Ninja cooking system and I would love to have this awesomeness in our home. I'm amazed at what it can do!.
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  28. I learned that steam infused baking uses bottom and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to bake with up to 50% less fat
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  29. I learned that they have a system called "SEARious Slow Cooking" that allows you to brown meat before slow cooking it, all in the same appliance. Great feature!
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  30. i learned that steam infused roasting uses bottom heat and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to cook 50% faster*, with less fat.  The result is juicier meats!  This is a really cool cooker!
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  31. I learned that:  Use the same advanced steam technology as the finest restaurants  and you can prepare meals up to 50% faster*
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  32. I have been craving some Irish stew but my crock pot broke and I haven't been able to make it in ages. Thank you for the giveaway
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  33. I learned that steam infused baking uses bottom and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to bake with up to 50% less fat
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  34. I learned about steam baking! You can use much less fat ans still have moist baked goods in a short amount of time. I also learned about layered meal cooking. Gotta be honest.... I have been salivating over this cooking system and since going to the sponsor's site I know I have to have it!
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  35. I learned all about SEARious slow cooking with the Ninja: searing meats before cooking too add flavor and appearance using the built-in stove top before adding them to the slow cooker. Very cool!
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  36. I think I'd start with something simple, like slow cooker baked beans, and work my way through the other functions...though I'd be anxious to try the baking, seeing as it's soooo hot!
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  37. steam infused roasting and baking, slow cooking and fast one pot meal making make this a real versatile, winning combination! 
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  38. Wow, a crockpot I could cook a steak in! I have never seen anything like this before. It even steams food! I really want one of these!
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  39. Steam infused baking uses bottom and side-band heating, combined with super-heated steam, to bake with up to 50% less fat**!  You get cakes that are moist and delicious and lower in calorie
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  40. I have wanted one of these for quite some time.  I have insomnia so I watch all the "wee hour of the morning infomercials" I've seen the Ninja Cooking System infomercial at least a dozen times.  With the terrible summer heat, how great it would be to be able to skim the oven and stove top! I"m crossing my fingers and toes, in the hopes that I WIN!
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  41. I learned: Th combination of steam infusion and direct heat offers more moist, better tasting results – less calories.
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  42. Whoa! Baking in a crock pot?! That is amazing! I would love this new system, with the hot and humid summer this would be amazing and wouldnt heat up my home like my conventional oven, we could finally bake during the summer!!
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  43. I learned about Steam baking.  Steam baking is done by adding water to the bottom of the COOKING pot and cooking on the OVEN setting. 
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  44. This is the first I have heard of this system.  It looks wonderful, and so versatile.  How cool that you can BAKE in it!?
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