Ninja’s range of kitchen gadgets has been helping households spend less money, time and effort on cooking.
Known for its popular range of air fryers, Ninja has released a new cooking device that can be used to make tons of different meals.
The Ninja Foodi PossibleCooker 8-in-1 Slow Cooker is £149.99 and can replace several oven functions, plus it’s five times more powerful than a regular slow cooker.
Since its recent release, the device has proved extremely popular with shoppers, selling out multiple times and racking up a near-perfect rating.
It’s pretty hard to get hold of, however every time the slow cooker is restocked, there’s an opportunity to see what all the fuss is about – and it’s finally in stock, but probably not for long.
Buy: Ninja Foodi PossibleCooker 8-in-1 Slow Cooker (£149.99)
Although it’s called a slow cooker, there are many different ways to cook food – including sear/sauté, steam, braise, simmer, bake, prove and even a keep warm option which is ideal for busy days and dinner parties.
The large capacity serves up to eight portions of food, so it’s great for cooking for the whole family or batch cooking, especially as temperatures drop and hearty, warming stews, casseroles and soups are on the menu.
With a removable cooking pot that’s oven-safe and can be brought to the table for serving, the versatility of the slow cooker is being praised by shoppers.
Although most of the reviews are positive, some reviewers do mention that the integrated spoon does stain easily, so this is something to keep in mind when cooking strongly coloured foods.
Shoppers are leaving their feedback on the slow cooker, with some calling it ‘just amazing’.
Elaine Maclean said: ”Superb cooking utensil. All eight cooking functions are amazing. The bottom and sides heating really enhances the flavour of the food which was an unexpected added bonus. A genuine game changer in the kitchen.”
Beverley commented: ”This is a beautiful-looking item as well as an easy-to-use piece of kitchen equipment. It does so many things, it’s just amazing, it came out just perfect timing for me as my old slow cooker had broken.”
Terry also added: ”Do not use the spoon in a curry as it picks up the stain easily.”