Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 Indoor Grill with Air Fry, Roast, Bake & Dehydrate (AG302), Black and Silver



Price: ₹24,99900
(as of Jun 18, 2024 18:16:55 UTC – Details)

Experience the exemplary results of an outdoor grill with the Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 Indoor Grill. Compact yet powerful indoor grill appliance utilizes rapid air circulation up to 500 degrees F to grill, crisp, dehydrate, roast, and bake foods.
Innovative air circulation cooks food just as fast an outdoor grill with exceptional results
Choose from 5 cooking functions: Grill, Air Crisp, Dehydrate, Roast, and Bake
Transform foods from frozen to perfectly char-grilled in 25 minutes

5 reviews for Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 Indoor Grill with Air Fry, Roast, Bake & Dehydrate (AG302), Black and Silver

  1. Jordi A.

    Mi esposa y yo buscábamos la mejor opción para una air fryer, realmente es la primera que compramos, pero todo lo que dice en la descripción viene con el producto, realmente recomendamos esta marca y sobre todo este modelo, como dicen algunos comentarios hay que adecuarse a los tiempos y como te gusten los alimentos, pero en general para empezar tiene 4 funciones que solo hemos utilizado 3 por lo pronto, pero las 3 nos gustaron mucho, esperamos seguir comprando los accesorios para poder deshidratar pronto

  2. Hollie

    I’m so happy with the Ninja Foodi 5 in 1! My meals have turned out perfect every time and it’s so easy to use. So far I have used the Grill, Roast and Air Fry functions for pork chops, chicken, salmon and different vegetables. It’s super easy to clean which is a nice feature. Now I’m wondering why it took me so long to decide to buy one! I would definitely recommend this product.

  3. Nick/Trilkin

    tl;dr: Good device. Worth getting in place of a normal air fryer due to its greater flexibility. It is, however, still a convection device. Keep in mind when cooking things.This is a first impression so far only using it to cook a few things so far, but my experience has been great – if with a few caveats. For full disclosure, I bought this with my own money and while it was about $30 off. I received what appeared by all accounts to be a brand new unit with that new appliance smell, complete with burning off excess plastics on first use.First things first: this is a fancy convection oven. It’s a convection oven that gets to very high temperatures and has very strong air circulation, but it is – ultimately – a convection oven. Unlike a proper grill, this has a fan that is constantly circulating air which means it will cook things faster. Keep this in mind when using it and make adjustments to prevent overcooking your food. As a general rule, the recommended times that come with the device are to make something Well Done. For this purpose, they’re accurate, but you probably will want to cut a few minutes off of those times for anything less than that.The device itself is straight forward to use. It has fairly standard oven/air fryer controls, but arranged a little differently. There are different functions that effectively change whether the air circulates in the unit or not, and there are macro temperature controls (low, med, high, max) that can be fine tuned from there. Time is only in intervals of whole minutes, which is slightly inconvenient, but Fine.When initially starting up and preheating, this thing is fairly loud. It doesn’t stay loud for long, but can probably wake up a light sleeper in a small apartment. Probably not a huge issue, but one to be mindful of when using for the first time.I’ve cooked london broil and salmon with this using the Grill option (regular circulation) with the recommended temperature settings (High and Max accordingly.) As I mentioned before, be mindful of how much you want to cook something. The recommended settings always err toward Well Done. As an example: in the case of salmon, I cooked it for eight minutes the first time and it was just a touch more cooked than preferred. At seven minutes, it was perfect.As for the steak, don’t make the same mistake I did the first time and keep opening the grill if you have a standard meat thermometer. All of that hot air is just going to escape and it’ll take some time to get back up to temperature again. In my case, I was too paranoid about the doneness of the steak that I ended up slightly overcooking it (medium-well instead of medium-rare) due to having to bring the unit back to temperature in order for it to cook the center properly. In short: get a quick read thermometer, or just follow the guide line of shaving a minute or two off of recommended cook time based on desired doneness.As for the results, they still tasted great. The grill surface does get hot enough to make a nice sear into the meat. Like any convection oven, the circulating air keeps the food from drying out and the cuts of meat were left very juicy and tasty.Cleaning is easy for as long as the ceramic coating lasts. This is the same caveat as literally anything with a Teflon (or similar) coating. If you’re especially paranoid, let everything soak in soap+water before cleaning it off. The brush it comes with does the job, but any sort of dish scrubbing brush (NOT WIRE PADS) should be just as good.Overall, my first impressions of this appliance are great. It is far easier, quicker, tastier, and more convenient than frying off or sticking something in the oven to broil. My wife and I have replaced the air fryer in our kitchen with this since it serves both purposes. If anything changes, I’ll update this review.Update: We’ve cooked a larger variety of things including turkey legs, hamburgers, smaller wings and so on. Everything remains great. It’s been very easy to clean as well with no signs of chipping on the finish. I will say I do hand clean everything, but it shouldn’t make much difference in the dishwasher.

  4. Luis Verduzco Carbajal

    Sí te gustan las carnes asadas, este aparato electrodoméstico es obligatorio. Muy útil, prácticamente sin humo, facilísimo de limpiar, muy bajo consumo de electricidad y muy sencillo de operar.

  5. wcutler

    I’m very impressed with this machine. I’ve been eating foods I’ve had little success with cooking at home – steak, hamburgers, mochi chicken, Brussel sprouts, zucchini (just sliced in rounds and air fried or grilled – so much better than steamed or stir fried). I grilled 1cm-thick potato slices with a steak and zucchini – just started the potatoes 5 minutes ahead. Everything was ready at the same time right on the one grill plate. Since I’m just cooking for one, my food is often ready in a little less time than the instruction book says.Wash-up is easy, and the outer basket is the perfect size for throwing in the silicon utensils in soapy water. I did buy a new silicon spoon with a longer handle than I had, and tongs that I could operate with mitts on.I want to point out that most (all) of the videos on air fryers show models that have a slide-in drawer, which makes it easy to shake items using the handle and keeps your hands away from the heat. This machine opens by lifting the top. That means you have to put your hands under the heating element when you want to shake the food (and it’s not so easily done – I use a longer-handled spoon than I needed before to stir rather than shake food), and I need to be more mindful of putting on the silicon mitts – I have burned myself twice. The other thing this design means is that you need to have room to lift the top – just knowing the height of the machine is not enough – if you have an overhang where this machine is going to sit, you need to be able to pull the machine forward enough to get the top all the way open. My upper shelf at 41cm (16 inches) above the counter is just high enough for the top to clear if I don’t pull the machine all the way out.This machine feels very sturdy, and it’s very heavy.

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