Well, I'm a notorious cheapskate but I totally agree :D Total game changer, the Dual Ninja (y)
Oh and the machine is amazing so happy at £179.99 and 2 year warranty
I tried the price promise form from John Lewis against Argos as it was £149.99 - wanted the 2 year warranty but Argos price haha. Didn’t work they said Argos had no stock. I never checked first doh.
Have you checked how close your nearest store with stock is? (y) I live in Yorkshire and the nearest one is in the Leven Argos, Fife store......215 miles away!! And not available for delivery (surprise surprise). Argos prices are meaningless in this context. Basically a bit of willy waving on their part.. Cheapest currently I can see that is not simply pretending to be in stock is direct from Ninja Kitchen at 162 quid delivered with the code in your OP.
You sure you bought this? I bought the 7.5l and it wipes clean on any curry or pressure cooked/slow cooked items I have done. Same goes for the basket and baking tray set I bought. There is no point doing slow cooking anyway on this as you can make the same thing on pressure cooking in 15-35mins. As for cooking meats or frozen breaded/ battered things, you just tweak times and I’ve never had anything undercooked. No idea if you really have one or you got a fake one as it sounds nothing like it and I belong to various groups who use it and slow cookers, instant pot and other items.
No idea what your talking about? Maybe misquoted? I’ve been making Curries since 8yrs old and have been using pressure cooking, slow cooking for the last 12 years so I know how to use the items and make the best Curries. None of this bland cream, yogurt and milks. Traditional curry is the best.
The rice I’m talking about is the proper rice. You can get a small rice cooker but I prefer naan/roti so I heat those up on one of those table top round pizza/grill items. Also for the complete meal, that’s exactly what I did, I got a table top oven and was gonna now change to the Ninja Foodi mini oven/air fryer but it’s much smaller. I want the one they have in the US as you can fit taller items in it.
Had one for a few years and still going strong. It is a chopper and not a blender so not good for soups etc but excellent for chopping veg or for blending butter into flour and so on. My only issue is cleaning the inside of the motor that fits onto the blade. Mine came with 2 bowls, I use one for savoury and one for sweet. Not that it matters as the blade is the same but the fact that they stack is also a plus point. Well recommended
Thank God it is stackable
Iv had myn for a good while to quote on it. I think it's brilliant small, compact and brilliant chopper. Have had no issues with it. Love it can't be without it
I was looking one to cut peppers (Green, Red, yellow). Small chunks for using in chicken roll pastry. Will this be any good for it?
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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
I answered your question 6 minutes before you asked it! The probe isn't really "built-in". It stows neatly, but can be unrolled and plugged in when you might choose to use it. It can auto-limit the cooking to your chosen degree - all you have to do is position the probe centrally in your meat, so it can measure "doneness" (temperature) in the middle...
Thanks that helps :) (y)
This one has a built in probe and more surface space but slightly more shallow - that’s the basic difference IMO
Managed to get this from amazon a few weeks back for £150. I have almost used it every day since. Its a great bit of kit.