Saturday, April 10, 2021

Ninja in the house


No, Not that kind of Ninja!

It's our new toaster oven. it sits flat, it opens for cleaning, it stands on it's base to save space.
PLUS it  Air Frys, Air Roast, Air Broil, Bakes, Dehydrates, Keeps Warm, 
Toast 7 slices of  Toast or  Bagels or Both.

Below is what came with it. I tried the Air Fyer first and cooked 4 Talipia. 
Delish, about 18 minutes for 4 pieces and gave me left overs for next day.
The first time I used it, I had to go to Collage to turn it on.
That means I went to register the warranty and watched a 1 minute video, because reading instructions is not my THING.
While I was muttering and reading the book, Bob said as soon as this is over, I will look at it.
My snarling answer was
Are you going to be cooking with it? I NEED TO KNOW, not you.

For all the Idiots in Our world this word of warning

also on every plasctic bag, see the one under the yellow thing, it says Not a Toy, Keep away from Children. Do not reuse these bags, put in trash bin. This bag can cause asphyxiations.
When reading aloud to Bob, I added Do Not Put this bag on any ones head.
He believed me.
They also did not warn about cats and dogs playing with these bags.
All of this was in 4 languages except the big yellow one. I guess if you don't speak English you just KNOW not to touch hot things.

You may need to up the volume on the videos to hear my soft nice non snarling voice.


Ginny Hartzler said...

I DID hear your pretty voice! This is the latest tech cooker, I have seen ads for it. What an exciting purchase! I had a blow dryer that actually warned do not use while asleep. They have stupid warnings, but not the ones that matter! Like you, I have thought why don't they warn to keep the bags away from pets? Happy Skinny Frying!

CheerfulMonk said...

I’m curious about them and love that you’re sharing your experiences. Thanks.

eileeninmd said...


Your new Ninja toaster oven looks great, I am sure it is wonderful to use.
The fish sounds yummy. Take care, have a great day!

Ann Thompson said...

Very cool. That thing does everything but wash the dishes. I have an air fryer that I only use occasionally and the toaster oven that used to sit on my counter is now in a cupboard because I hardly ever use it

Rose said...

I think I need one....but I dont have a place to set it. How was clean-up? I was wondering how that would be.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
Aw heck, I just lost half an hour looking up the Ninja.. neat bit of kit!!! YAM xx

Martha said...

I love it! That's the one I've been thinking about getting. Loved hearing your pretty voice too. :)

My Mind's Eye said...

Whoa everyone needs a Ninja in the kitchen. That is one amazing new appliance. Don't even get me started on the crazy warnings on things like that. I expect one idiot has done one of the stupid human tricks and all have to be warned of it.
Hugs Cecilia

Chatty Crone said...

It looks wonderful and complicated - but nothing scares you!!!

Cynthia said...

I'm sold. Gonna get one. Even though I know I'm gonna fall in love with it, I probably shouldn't take it to bed with me. Did the directions warn against that?

Mevely317 said...

I love hearing your pretty Southern voice again! I've never tried tilapia before. Do you just eat it plain, or with tarter and/or lemon?
We didn't attend Ninja college -- which may account for all the grease splatter that won't come off no matter how hard I scrub and snarl. (Tom thought if they called for 1 tsp. of oil, 2-3 would be better.)

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

WHo would need a stove or any other cooking vessel when this one seems to do it all and looks to be perfect for you, Sandra, as I know your aversion to cooking :-)

photowannabe said...

I have heard nothing but good things about air fryers. This one seems to be the top of the line and as someone said it does everything but wash your dishes.
Love hearing you speak too.
It even dehydrates fruit...that would be an awesome thing for my plumbs during the summer time.
I'm afraid I would fail Ninja College..directions and me aren't the best of friends.
My elder care day went well and my "other" care person did fine while I was gone.
Daughter in law came over for dinner last night..that was so nice. Everyone in her household was gone for the day and she was lonely..simple dinner and great chats. All in all it was a better day than some.

Betty Manousos said...

wow! what a pretty voice! loved hearing it. your ninja toaster looks great. thanks for sharing your experience.
happy weekend~xoxo

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Ooooohhhhh I want one too! Sounds perfect! We use our old toaster oven a lot but it won't last forever! Your new and improved one looks great! Happy weekend!

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

That is really nice. Mom has a Breville toaster oven that she loves, but we bet she would like this too. She has been considering one of those Ninja indoor grills so she could grill steaks in the cold winter without having to stand out on the deck.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Ruth Hiebert said...

Ninja products are good. I have several different ones and like them all.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

It sounds wonderful....enjoy! (I enjoy hearing your voice)