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Ninja Cooking System & Recipes

The Ninja Cooking System features Triple Fusion Heat and makes it easy to prepare delicious healthier homemade meals faster and with less clean up!

For 150 great recipe ideas for the Ninja Cooking System, check out the “Cooking Easier, Cooking Better” Cookbook.

  • Joyce Wyckoff

    And they have the new Ninja fryer for only $69.99 plus you get a $10 gift card when you buy it!!!

  • Tammy Marsh

    I didn't even know ninja made a fryer! We already have a Delongi fryer. I am baffled by the the book though because I did not see it at my store

  • Joyce Wyckoff

    You mean at Target? At my Target it was on the shelf right by the Ninja appliances. I think the fryer is new and supposed to be good from the reviews I read. Do you have any good deep fryer recipes?

  • Tammy Marsh

    No I try not to fry alot. My husband does though. He makes chicken tenders that are really good but he doesn't use a recipe, he just wings it....LOL. I just looked at the pic of this book again and thats the one bed and bath has for 19.99..... I never thought to look at target and ordered the one off ninjas site....pricey! If you are on Facebook you should join this group. They are always posting recipes for the Ninja cooker and they are such a helpful bunch! https://www.facebook.com/gr...

  • Joyce Wyckoff

    okay, thanks

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Salted Caramel Devil’s Food Mini Cupcakes - Fleur de Sel is a special salt with an earthy, delicious flavor that perfectly complements the sweet caramel-cheese frosting.

  • Wendy Ewan Pavlics

    These sound good but how does a recipe that makes 12 mini cupcakes serve 36? These are really tiny. I notice the gluten free cupcake recipe that came with the cooking system said it makes serves 30. Where do they get these numbers?

Crusty, Cheesy Potatoes Au Gratin - Cream and Gruyère cheese are the stars in this decadent dish. Potatoes absorb the flavors as they cook to tenderness.

Lemon Chicken w/ Rosemary - Fresh lemon and rosemary complement the richly roasted flavor of the chicken, made moist and tender using this foolproof cooking method.

Quick Shrimp Scampi - This amazing dish needs almost no prep time! Add uncooked pasta to garlic-wine sauce and stir in frozen shrimp to finish heating at the same time the pasta is cooking.

Cod w/ Tomato Caper Sauce & Sugar Peas - The delicate flavor of cod pairs perfectly with the more assertive flavors of capers, garlic, and basil in the sauce. This flavorful liquid keeps the cod moist and helps cook the sugar snap peas to the perfect tender-crisp texture.

Savory Pot Roast - This recipe elevates an inexpensive cut of meat to something worthy of a special meal. Browning beef first is essential to creating the rich flavor base, and now you can do it all in the same pot.

Pork Chops Provençal - Provençal cooking brings the flavors of France and the Mediterranean together. Pork is simmered in a sauce rich with the flavors of vegetables, bacon, and fennel. Slow cooking melds the flavors for a perfectly seasoned dish.

Prime Rib Au Jus - Searing the beef in the pot first ensures a flavorful crust that tastes great and helps to seal in the juices. Finish cooking the beef, then use the drippings to create a rich, meaty au jus. A special-occasion main dish, and only one pot to clean!

Apricot & Country Mustard Salmon - The liquid in the bottom of the pot keeps the salmon moist and flavorful. This dish has amazing flavor and it’s surprisingly easy to make — with ingredients right from your pantry.

Light Kiwi Lime Angel Food Cupcakes - These fun desserts are only 15 calories each! Because they cook so quickly, it is an easy and guilt-free pleasure to whip up for family and friends.

Banana Lime Coconut Bread - This tropical quick bread is finished with a decadent topping of butter, brown sugar, fresh lime, coconut, and pecans. Steam baking keeps the bread moist and tender, and the pecans in the topping add a nice crunch!

Hearty Skillet Lasagna - Easiest lasagna ever! Brown meat and cook noodles, then finish it off with spinach and cheeses — all in the same pot! Covered cooking makes this recipe almost foolproof, so you can experiment and try different sauces, greens, and cheeses.

White Turkey Chili - Browning turkey and sausage adds an extra dimension of flavor to this wholesome chili — and there’s no extra skillet to clean!

Chicken Piccata - Sautéed chicken breasts, quinoa cooked with lemon and wine and perfectly steamed asparagus, cooked in 30 minutes using only one pot! Layered cooking makes it easy to serve a homemade meal in minutes.

Chicken Roulade - This recipe features chicken with prosciutto rolled around a filling of spinach, roasted peppers, and sun-dried tomatoes and topped with a fresh tomato-basil sauce — all made quickly in the pot.

Dry-Rubbed Roasted Turkey w/ Sweet Chili - A spiced, sweet dry rub seasons the turkey before it’s seared in the pot. It’s pan-roasting, but with an all-in-one appliance that doesn’t heat up your kitchen!

Slow cooking guarantees tender pork. Braised with cider and spicy mustard, these pulled pork sliders make indulgent little sandwiches that are perfect served with baked sweet potato fries.

A macaroni and cheese version of spaghetti pie, this recipe features cheese-sauced pasta baked in a Cheddar bread crumb crust. Everything is cooked in the same pot for easy cleanup.

  • Deborah Long

    I added a few roasted garlic cloves to my cheese sauce, plus I used a blend of extra sharp cheddar and smoked gouda cheeses. Panko breadcrumbs worked great and gave it a little extra crunch. It was a big hit!

The blend of soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, and ginger doesn’t only coat these wings; slow cooking intensifies the flavor and helps permeate the meat, making them delicious through and through.

You won’t need a separate skillet and roasting pan to make this restaurant-worthy dish. A crisp, flavorful crust surrounds juicy, tender perfectly cooked beef.

This flavorful soup yields hearty bowlfuls of shredded chicken, tomatoes, beans, corn, and tortilla strips. Browning the chicken, then slow simmering in the pot locks in the flavor.