Ninja Foodi Dehydrator Stand, 6.5 & 8-Qt, Gray
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|Product Care Instructions||Hand Wash|
|Included Components||Bake Kit|
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- Three pans to expand your baking capabilities
- Multi-purpose pan for casseroles and cakes
- Crisper pan for pizzas, quesadillas, and vegetables
- Loaf pan for breads
- Compatible with 6. 5 qt and 8 qt Ninja foodi
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|Ninja Foodi Deluxe Bake Kit (XSKBAKEW)||Ninja Foodi Dehydrator Stand (AOP104BRN)||Ninja Foodi Multi-Purpose Pan (AOP100BRN)||Ninja Foodi 6.5-Qt. Ceramic-Coated Inner Pot (102FY300)||Ninja Foodi Silicone Mitts (AMC108)|
|Function||Baking||Dehydrating||Baking, Steaming||Multi-Use||Safe Handling|
|Compatibility||Ninja Foodi 6.5 Qt. and 8 Qt.||Ninja Foodi 6.5 Qt. and 8 Qt.||Ninja Foodi 6.5 Qt. and 8 Qt.||Ninja Foodi 6.5 Qt.||Ninja Foodi 6.5 Qt. and 8 Qt.|
|Dimensions||Multiple units included||8.3" L x 8.1" W x 5" H||8.7" L x 8.7" W x 5.5" H||10.5" L x 10.5" W x 5.5" H||4.5" L x 3.9" W x 2.5" H|
|What's included?||• Ninja Foodi Multi-Purpose Pan • Ninja Foodi Loaf Pan • Ninja Foodi Crisper Pan||• Dehydrator Stand for Foodi Pressure Cooker||• Multi-Purpose Pan for Foodi Pressure Cooker||• 6.5-Qt. Ceramic-Coated Inner Pot for Foodi Pressure Cooker||• 2 Silicone Mitts|
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Whether you want to make bubbly casseroles and fluffy cakes with the multi-purpose pan, reheat and crisp foods like pizza or veggies with the crisper pan, or simply bake a delicious banana bread with the loaf pan, This kit has everything you need to expand your food's baking capabilities.
Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2020
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I typically use it for stews, rice, popcorn, and pressure cooking meats. I also cook up some wet food for my dog to mix in with the dry (Chicken, veggies, rice and such.) Recently I have also started making cakes in it.
Thing is though when making a big pot of food I tend to store it in the fridge right in the foodi bowl.
That renders the foodi useless until that bowl is made free again.
It finally became enough of an inconvenience that we decided to get another. I am very happy the price was reasonable. I really worried it was going to be crazy like 60 or something but for 15 it definitely was worth it.
I guess I like excitement in my life or it's 2020 - I bought them. I don't regret it either. The pans are not lightweight. They seem sturdy. I didn't do crazy infomercial testing on them, because I don't have money to throw out the door on another set. I don't use any metal on my pans - I am still scared my Mom is going to pop up out of nowhere and scream if I did. So overall first impression? Not bad at all.
Then came time to cook. I admit that I have not used the loaf pan yet. The pizza looking pan did fine for pizzas. Easy to clean. It doesn't quite fit snug on the racks I have. However, it can balance okay enough. I am not sure if that is a me thing not taking the time or if it is a equipment issue. I got it to work and my family had food - so yay!
Now the round pan - I do admit I was skeptical it would hold enough to feed the family. It looks so tiny and I have a bottomless pit called a teenager. Boy was I surprised! I found a recipe for cheesy chicken, bacon, broccoli and rice casserole for 6 servings. I figured that just might be enough for us. That little pan held everything and I could have added more. Everything cooked nicely. There wasn't a grain of rice left. The pan was easy to clean. Yay another win for food on the table!
I have went on to cook a few more things in the round pan. I have yet to be disappointed. Oh, that pan did fit fine on the rack - go figure.
So, I can say I am happy with my purchase. My family seems to be satisfied as well, but maybe they are just happy they have food? Hard to tell with them... I guess I will have to go with my happy thoughts about the pans. Easy to clean, not lightweight, no peeling or weird things happening to the pans, heats consistently, not a bad size, allows me to cook more things in my expensive "kitchen toy" and not a bad price for 3 pans. Yay!
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