Ninja Air Fryer, 1550-Watt Programmable Base for Air Frying, Roasting, Reheating & Dehydrating with 4-Quart Ceramic Coated Basket (AF101), Black/Gray

July 4, 2019 - Comment

NINJA AF101 4QT Air Fryer (Renewed) Product Features Now enjoy guilt-free food. Air fry with up to 75% less fat than traditional frying methods.* *Tested against hand-cut, deep-fried French fries. Wide Temperature Range: 105°F-400°F allows you to gently remove moisture from foods or quickly cook and crisp foods with convection heat. 4-quart ceramic-coated nonstick basket

NINJA AF101 4QT Air Fryer (Renewed)

Product Features

  • Now enjoy guilt-free food. Air fry with up to 75% less fat than traditional frying methods.* *Tested against hand-cut, deep-fried French fries.
  • Wide Temperature Range: 105°F-400°F allows you to gently remove moisture from foods or quickly cook and crisp foods with convection heat.
  • 4-quart ceramic-coated nonstick basket and crisper plate fit 2 lbs of French fries.
  • Multi-layer rack: Increase your dehydrating capacity
  • Dehydrate: Create flat, chip-like dehydrated foods for fun, homemade snacks. The combination of low fan speed and low temperature enables thorough dehydration.
  • Dishwasher-safe parts: Easy-to-clean basket, crisper plate, and multi-layer rack

Comments

Anonymous says:

Does this sounds normal?????

Customer Video Review Length:: 0:10 Mins Weird flapping sound from the inside…. turned it off immediately and stopped using it ever since…. hope to hear from the manufacturer soon or I am returning it!Update (1/28/19): I have been going back and forth with the Ninja customer service team the past 2 weeks and haven’t come to a conclusion yet. If I could i’d take out another star from the review to make it 0 star.Update (2/20/19): Did not hear from Ninja customer service after more than a month, talked to Amazon and got a full refund.

Anonymous says:

Don’t know how I managed without one for so long. Been studying air fryers for about two years. Decision was about counters-pace vs basket size. The ninja takes up slightly less space than the stand mixer. It’s lightweight and easy to pull out from under the cabinet to use (to allow for air flow). I like it so much, I wish for a bigger one just to do my entire meal in it at once. For two people, it does a fair amount of wings or tater tots, or the sweet potato fries pictured here. I used the reheat function and the bang bang shrimp came out quite tasty. Steaks came out moist and medium rare, but not seared even on the crisper plate. It has worked well with salmon and chicken breasts. So much easier to clean than a pan and my stove top. It cooked those breaded chicken rounds, fish, and tater tots and in about 10 minutes. Much less time than a toaster oven. The Ninja does not come with added attachments for the grilling or baking as the Phillips, but it’s $200 less. Nuff said.

Anonymous says:

I LOVE IT, Perfect for meals for 1 or 2 I try not to eat fried food and I never thought I was missing out by not having a deep fryer, so an air fryer just seemed replacement that I didn’t need. So I was skeptical about how much I would use this… maybe a few frozen tater tots or fries for the kids. But oh my goodness I want to use this for everything. I like to think of this as a personal sized convection oven on steroids. Veggie burgers crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Roasted vegetables, fish sticks, chicken, burgers, fries, fish all with about 30-40% shorter cook times than the oven and only a 3 minute preheat time (vs 6-10 oven minutes).This would be perfect for dorms or couples who want to eat something other than microwaved mush. It’s also perfect for families who want a better way to make “fried” sides like fries, mozzarella sticks, or chicken strips. The clean up is so much easier than cookie sheets. The tub and the browning air fry tray both have a very nice non stick coating making…

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