Cooking with a pressure cooker is one of the best ways to quickly prepare delicious meals that would normally take longer and require multiple pots and pans — which is why the Instant Pot became instantly popular. It’s easy to see why there’s such hype centered around the kitchen device. Even best-selling cooking author Chrissy Tiegen tweeted that she might have converted into a slow cooker herself — and we can’t blame her. If you’ve been wanting to start experimenting with your own meals, Amazon is discounting the Ninja Instant Cooker and the Ninja Foodi.
While the Instant Pot is usually the first thing that comes to mind when you hear about programmable pressure cookers, these Ninja products prove that it’s not the only name in town. Ninja makes some of the best Instant Pot alternatives on the market right now. So if you’re thinking about picking up an all-in-one multicooker, these deals make it a great time to do so.
Amazon is discounting theby 30 percent. The Ninja Instant Cooker is a 1000-watt pressure cooker, slow cooker, multicooker, and steamer all-in-one. It’s medium size of 6 quarts means it can feed you and two or three other people. The ceramic-coated pot also comes with a steam rack, and both are dishwasher safe. The Ninja Instant Cooker can cook 70 percent faster than traditional methods involving pots and stoves because of its high wattage power. With the Ninja Instant Cooker, you can make rice, vegetables, meats, stews, and even bake cakes. You can use the digital programmable control panel to start cooking. Best of all, you don’t have to keep babysitting your food because of it’s 11 levels of safety features. Just put the food in and let it cook on its own.
More Ninja Kitchen Deals
If you’re a fan of Ninja Kitchen appliances Amazon is slashing the price on its food processors and blenders. Check out some of the best deals we found online below.
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