Ninja Air Grill; A Kitchen Time Saver

Ninja Air Grill; A Kitchen Time Saver

When my days are busy with work, laundry, canning, cleaning, and most of all being mom, the last thing I want to do is spend hours in the kitchen making dinner. I wanted to share with you a kitchen small appliance that I love. The Ninja Air Grill, this bad boy is amazing! I can have dinner on the table for our Large Family in 30 minutes.

My 30 minute dinner last night was pork chops, bbq pork fingers, gilled squash, and purple hull peas (from our garden). Now my purple hull peas where canned and so that cut down on cooking time tremendously. All I had to do to them was open the can, pour them into a pan add seasonings, and warm them up.

Canned Purple Hull Peas from my garden!

The Ninja Air Grill is so easy to work. You of course plug it in, hit the power button, grill and start. This is a step you must do. You can’t just put your food on it, you must pre-heat your grill. Don’t be like me a forget that step, you will over cook your food! No one wants that!

Pre-Heating

Once your grill is pre-heated it start to beep and on the screen it will read Add Food. Now you are ready to add your food. You choose the level of heat you need for what type of food you are grilling. Than set the timer. It automatically will start at 10 minutes. If you need less time than adjust the time.

It holds 4 good size pork chops

Be careful when adding your food to the grill, it is hot. Now shut the lids and the grill will do the rest of the work. You can always open the grill at any time and flip your food. The grill will stop and resume when the lid closes. Don’t go far because it will be done before you know it!

Perfectly cooked with an internal temp of 145 degrees

The grill will beep when it is finished and than you can grill up some veggies as a side. There you have it a nice healthy meal in under 30 minutes!

Do you have a favorite small kitchen appliance that you love? If so, please share it with us in the comments!

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Sarah Smith
Author: Sarah Smith

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