Yeah I will give you that, mine fits with barely an inch to spare. I'm sure there are others with smaller dimensions out there though but still a valid point!
I had that one but it was a bit too tall for my microwave and a struggle to get it in and out.
This is a good deal, no arguments, but I would also recommend you look at a microwave rice cooker (if you have a microwave) as a cheaper alternative. I have had this one for years now and its always cooked perfect rice every time and nothing sticks to the bottom as there's no heating element at the bottom. And dishwasher safe is always handy. I had several electric rice cookers and yeah they can be good if you buy a good one but they are more faff and take up more storage space.
I think this starts to happen with age. the non-stick coating on the pot wears off gradually, especially if you use rough cleaning sponges.
Killing bacteria is about heat AND time. Bacteria are killed with short blast of high heat or a long period of lower heat. I’ve eaten dozens of chicken breasts cooked to just 65C for 90 minutes, with zero health issues, because any bacteria present can’t hack it at that temperature for that long time. Similar to placing your hand in 65C water - for a second or two it will feel very hot but no damage is done (perhaps some temporary skin reddening); leave your hand in for an hour and you’ve cooked it dead! You can google pasteurisation time and temperature charts if you're overly concerned.
I’m a big fan of Gugal! (y)
Great so this let's you heat food to below the minimum safe temperature for serving 70 c or 82c in Scotland. A lot of these low temperatures won't kill bacteria and may even be ideal for them to reproduce
Newbie question.. These are good for cooking cheaper cuts of meat, correct? Do they get hot enough to render the fat down?
You can do recirculation or ducted. But for recirculation, you'll need to buy an optional £30 carbon filter that needs to be replaced every 3 months. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/324422677512
Is this recrulating as no eternal duct?
Can anybody tell me,Is it good one? I didn’t find any review.... I need to buy one for my new fitted kitchen and I was thinking about zanussi. Its look nice but don’t know about the quality....
You can do recirculation and buy an optional charcoal filter. No idea where you could get one from (which is important considering it has to be changed every few months). The manufacturer recommends 150mm round ducting or 220x90 rectangular ducting.
This thing is trash. Boils over at the drop of a hat, and an utter nightmare to clean up the aftermath thanks to some utterly sadistic design choices. If you're looking for something you can set and forget, this is absolutely not what you're after.
It’s a good capacity, does it cook quickly?
i'm amazed why this is cold, probably because the deal is from Currys ? nonetheless have been using this Multicooker for 2+ years without any problems. Looks good too.
Can anyone find it anymore? I live in Portsmouth and unable to find it
Could somebody who bought this please send me some pictures of the instruction manual? I didn’t get one with mine and I’d like to make sure I’m using it correctly (lol) (none left when I went back to store and no results online!) thanks in advance :)
Have use Sushi rice in this cooker , but not for making sushi , just normal eating . Use rice from Japanese supermarket . Same combination , rice is quite STICKY .
Are these any good for making sushi rice ?
Asia being a large place was kinda my point. I doubt they use many rice cookers in Tajikistan, Armenia, Russia etc. Not that it's a big deal. If you want one, use one - and this is cheap enough to test the waters.
Thinking of getting a ninja instead of a conventional oven. Got a really small kitchen area and this would help with the space but do you think it could replace an oven?
Thanks,, I'm happy for anyone to delete this deal, if its not helping anyone. I just don't know how to remove the post. Thanks.
Ok, so the deal the OP has submitted is actually from https://ninjacooking.co.uk/#OP500UK it seems and not from https://ninjakitchen.co.uk/product/ninja-foodi-max-9-in-1-multi-cooker-7-5l-op500uk-zidOP500UK?gclid=CjwKCAjwm7mEBhBsEiwA_of-TEgGoKLR8iZ45BjYi7RGzWpTGqQoYeIt5Jv1ch_p8DuaNytYxgOOpRoC0owQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds ninja cooking gets horrible trustpilot reviews so a heads up.
I cannot see this either. Got a link
Might be worth adding 30% cashback (max £40) on quidco making this more of a deal at £160
Someones uploaded this, for if it comes back in stock for anyone. They have them coming in and out of stock at our local store
Yes! But it will take longer than white rice
Can you cook wholemeal rice in this cooker?
I bought two last week and I'm glad I did. You just put the measured quantities of washed rice and water in, close the lid and press the start button. Alternatively, you can use the timer so it's ready when you get home from work. Our brown rice takes 40 mins or so to cook. It gives a 10 minute countdown to when the rice will be ready so you can gauge the cooking of anything that's going to accompany the rice. We've left the cooked rice on warm for a couple of hours before using and unlike our previous rice cookers the rice wasn't burned in the slightest. Easy to make perfect rice every time!
Mine was just delivered now. I didn't expect it so fast.
This is the smallest Ninja multicooker on the market. It also has the most basic (6 tricks) controller. The bigger ones offer a choice between 7 and 9 trick controllers. The different sizes share the same 'footprint' (bigger ones are simply taller). That's good for accessory commonality and allows even the biggest one to have a surprisingly small minimum liquid requirement for pressure cooking (same as this mini). Strangely the 'mini' is rarely heavily discounted, so its not a bad price for this model...
I use Kung Fu to chop my food up. Just get some "enter the dragon/wolverine" gloves. That's the authentic Ninja way. (ninja)
Used long grain and a plastic microwavable dish with a lid that's all i had, it came out bit too hard and too salty so need to tweak the amounts and timings a bit and think i could have near perfect rice.
Nice first deal @Abs234 - cheers for sharing :)
Thanks - will definitely try it!
Don't throw the steamer basket away. You can make dim sum or dumplings with it. (y)
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