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Ninja Cooking System | Review and Giveaway

October 16, 2012 by  
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Company: Euro-Pro Operating LLC
Item Reviewed: Ninja Cooking System
Item Given Away: Ninja Cooking System
Start Date: October 16
End Date: November 1

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I am so excited about my new MUST HAVE appliance. I can’t even explain to you how happy I am! See I love my crock pot, or should I say loved? I made just about everything I could in there to help me save time. And along came the Ninja Cooking System, with its three in one abilities and I feel in love with it. What’s more is that it outshines my crock pot by allowing me the ability to cook everything in one pot…IN ONE POT! No more searing in a pot on the stove and then transferring it to the crock pot leaving behind all the tasty parts in the other pot.

Not only can you cook and bake everything in one pot but there are three ways to do so. Steam Infused Roasting, Searious Slow Cooking and Steam Infused Baking. For the Steam Infused Roasting the Ninja has bottom and side heat and super heated steam cooks up to 50% faster. The Searious Slow Cooking uses a built-in stovetop to sear before slow cooking and again it’s all in one appliance. And the Steam Infused Baking uses steam infusion and direct heat to offer more moist, better tasting results with less calories because you use half the fat in your favorite cake mixes.

I made spaghetti this evening and my family loved how it turned out, we all had seconds! And it was so simple and fast! It just took 4 cups of water, 1 pound of spaghetti, 1 jar of pasta sauce and one package of frozen meatballs. Pour everything into the pot, mix is up and cover cook using the oven setting at 300 degrees for 25 minutes, and it was done. So simple, so easy and SO good! This is my new love (sorry crock pot) and I can’t wait to experiment with even more recipes! My cooking world has just opened up and I can’t say enough great things about the Ninja Cooking System! I am running around telling everyone I know that they HAVE to have one!

I have been given the awesome opportunity to share a Ninja Cooking System with one lucky Dirty t Shirt reader. Please see rules below to enter to win today.

Rules

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Comments

139 Responses to “Ninja Cooking System | Review and Giveaway”
  1. TawndaM says:

    Pulled pork for sandwiches sounds like a great starting point… ;-)

  2. Karen Medlin says:

    I would love to cook a whole chicken if I won

  3. Karen Medlin says:

    RSS subsriber on new feed

  4. Wanda McHenry says:

    I’d like to cook a stuffed chicken!

  5. Barrie says:

    Mexican Pork loin. Each time I make loin, I use different ingredients.

  6. Linda Kish says:

    I would make a beautiful roast with veggies.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  7. Misty says:

    Chili

  8. Rick says:

    Brisket would be great.

  9. Rick says:

    Google feed.

  10. Nancy says:

    Elk Roast with mushrooms, carrots, cabbage, onions and taters.

  11. Nancy says:

    Google RSS

  12. Donna Marie says:

    I would make chicken ranch tacos or to die for roast

  13. Elis B. says:

    I like to roast a whole chicken.

  14. Jessica says:

    I would use it to make chili

  15. Jessie C. says:

    I’d cook sweet potato casserole

  16. Barbara Stenby says:

    I would cook either a pulled pork or a pot roast

  17. Lisa Brown says:

    I would make a whole chicken

  18. Anne says:

    Have to try the roasted chicken (no brainer) but really want to try the baking portion – Chocolate Bread Pudding! Have not made that in a crocpot!

  19. Christine W says:

    Veggie chili!

  20. Christine W says:

    I am a subscriber

  21. Jeanna says:

    I would love to make my Chili!

  22. Jeanna says:

    I subscribe to your RSS Feed!

  23. HappyMomC says:

    roast a chicken

  24. HappyMomC says:

    Subscriber

  25. Nataly Carbonell says:

    Paella :)

  26. Elena says:

    I would cook chili

  27. Rust says:

    I would cook a pork loin roast, or a curry pork stew.

  28. latanya says:

    a pot roast

  29. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I’d love to bake some chicken!

  30. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    White Chicken Chili !:)

  31. Cheryl Free says:

    I’d like to cook chili :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  32. Cheryl Free says:

    Subscribed to FeedBlitz RSS with Google Reader

  33. Betsy Rubendall Barnes says:

    I would cook a meatloaf in the Ninja, if I won :)

  34. Betsy Rubendall Barnes says:

    I subscribe to RSS by Google Reader as bcpmud (at) boone (dot) net. Also an email subscriber :)

  35. Jackie Preas says:

    The choices to make in this cookware are endless but I’d probably start with a beef roast.I do not like peach cobbler in a crockpot but I think I would try it in this :) .

    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  36. sheila musselman askins says:

    would love to try to cook ribs in it!

  37. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would love to cook a turkey or a pork roast

  38. Kelly says:

    Chicken- I love tender moist chicken. I always get it dried!

  39. Julie Thompson says:

    A big pot of Irish stew sounds good right now with it getting colder out, or my fiance could teach me how to cook many of his many African dishes in it.

  40. Heather! says:

    I would make my favorite crock pot recipe, Creamy CrockPot Chicken first!
    Thanks!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  41. Heather! says:

    I subscribe to RSS via Google Reader.
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  42. Amanda Rauch says:

    homemade chili and cornbread, perfect for the fall weather. That ninja cooker looks really cool too!!

  43. Cassie says:

    I would love to cook at same spaghetti dish you made and the chicken piccata recipe from the ninja website. Yum!

  44. Jennifer Boehme says:

    I would cook potato soup first, then lasagna, then,,,

  45. Leah Baird says:

    I would make chili, could be amazing with the cold weather coming soon.

  46. Amy Peschel says:

    I’m like you, always using my crock pot. The true test for this one would be a pork roast (if it comes out so tender, it falls apart).

  47. Seyma Shabbir says:

    chicken would be great!

  48. Seyma Shabbir says:

    RSS subscribe google reader

  49. Kimberly says:

    I would like to try a pot roast.

  50. Sarah G says:

    I would make a pork tenderloin, and green chili.

  51. C Yanez says:

    I would love to make vegetable stew!

  52. Alisa says:

    I would make green chili stew

  53. i would learn how to cook in this!

  54. Tina M says:

    Curry!!

  55. Eve says:

    Some white bean chili

  56. Rebecca Orr says:

    MMMM….chili or a pot roast! bekki1820cb at gmail dot com

  57. Rebecca Orr says:

    rss feed subscriber bekki1820cb at gmail dot com

  58. Sonya says:

    I would make beef stew

  59. Misha K. says:

    Beef Hot Pot! I bet the Ninja makes awesome Nabe dishes!

  60. Laura S says:

    I’d make a pork tenderloin.

  61. Mary Gallardo says:

    Zucchini bread!

  62. Amy W. says:

    Roast Beef

  63. CHRISTIE LOPANEC says:

    really need this!

  64. Margot S. says:

    I think I would try lasagna.

  65. Sue says:

    I would like to fix a nicely browned, very moist, roast and veggies.

  66. Dawn Sterner says:

    I would like to cook sausage & sauerkraut :)

  67. Daniel M says:

    beef stew

  68. Jill H. says:

    That spaghetti with meatballs sounds great. Wondering if you could make steamed rice with chicken and veggies in it.

  69. Rust says:

    I would love to try baking sourdough bread in a Ninja.

  70. Jemima P says:

    a yummy stew or chili!

  71. Meatballs , Chicken Dumplings , Beef Stew , Crock Cake and more~! I used to use a slow cooker all the time but 3 months ago my went kaput just when I was cooking a yummy Rump Roast too :(
    Thanks for sharing this fantastically wonderful giveaway with all your readers~!

  72. Yvonne Maisonette says:

    I would like to try a pork tenderloin in the Ninja! I have a great recipe but it requires searing on the stovetop. An all-in-one appeals to me greatly. :-)

  73. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would cook a roast with potatoes and veggies

  74. Andrea Liss says:

    we would make chili our soups!

  75. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would make chili

  76. Julie says:

    I would like to make beef stew
    thanks

  77. Tabathia B says:

    rotiessere or baked chicken or chicken breast with white potatoes

  78. Tammy S says:

    I would make a roast with veggies.

  79. Tammy S says:

    RSS subscriber

  80. Ellen C. says:

    I’d like to cook up some chili. Thanks for the chance.

  81. Ellen C. says:

    I am a rss subscriber.

  82. LT says:

    I would make goulash!

  83. minda hyde says:

    would love to make a juicy roast with roasted potatoes and yorkshire, for my english hubby!

  84. Lilyana says:

    I would love to rice in this if I win!

  85. Vera S says:

    I would like to cook a pork roast. :)

  86. Carolyn Barnett says:

    I would make home made sauce for my Spaghetti.

  87. Deb K says:

    I would make a pork roast with potatoes and carrots.

  88. My first dish would be probably be the slow cooked beef stew — and I’d actually sear the meat first since it’s done in the same pot!!

    Shawnee

  89. Amy Orvin says:

    Baked chicken

  90. Amy Orvin says:

    RSS Subscriber – Google Reader as Amy Orvin / 2dogs5catscrew@att.net and emails as 2dogs5catscrew@att.net

  91. Jennifer Rote says:

    I’d do a herbed chicken with veggies.

  92. kemberley crosswhite says:

    i would cook a pot roast and veg :)

  93. Alana Vester says:

    Italian beef.

  94. Alana Vester says:

    Subscribed to RSS feed.

  95. Alex Liz Robinson says:

    I would love to make a roast!

  96. Patricia says:

    I only have a kitchenette with crock pot, toaster oven, and microwave. I do not have a stove or oven. The Ninja Cooking System will make it possible to cook so many more healthy meals for my 6-year-old and me!

  97. Sandra K321 says:

    The first thing I would cook is steamed salmon with apricot sauce.

  98. Ashley Hatten says:

    I’d cook chili

  99. Carmen S. says:

    A roast, nothing like a good pot roast.

  100. Ellie W says:

    I’d make spicy chicken stew first.

  101. Sarah L says:

    Pot Roast.

    Thanks for the contest.

  102. felecia says:

    Pulled Pork

  103. felecia says:

    I subscribed to your new RSS feed w/Google Reader!

  104. JuneA** says:

    Turkey breast would be good for this! Thanks for the chance to win!

  105. Amber says:

    Would love to cook some glazed chicken and some pulled pork!

  106. Janelle says:

    I just “killed” my big crock pot, so I am very interested in this appliance, as it appears to be FAR better. I want to try every recipe they have!! :)

  107. marianne says:

    I’d make a delicious cranberry brisket, perfect for the holidays!

  108. Christine Jensen says:

    Beef Stew :) Yummy on a cold Autumn evening

  109. Louis says:

    pot roast or a german “Sauerbraten”

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  110. Gretchen Gerth says:

    I would love to make roast, and then spaghetti, and then soup, and then…..

  111. Gretchen Gerth says:

    Subscribed using Google Reader

  112. Jamie Brigham says:

    I would love to cook some pulled apart baby back ribs in it

  113. Pam says:

    I would love to be able to cook a one pot meal, my husband and i work different shifts and this would be so great.
    Pam

  114. Gretchen says:

    This looks like something we need for the cabin!

  115. Rodey says:

    30 minute spaghetti

  116. Lori says:

    I want to try fish in this!

  117. Lily says:

    I would probably make my sister’s pulled pork….hmmm I can smell it already!

  118. Lily says:

    Oh, Yvonne’s comment is so right…searing a 4lb pork loin on a large skillet is just too much! I would probably do try that first!!!!!

  119. Thomas Murphy says:

    I Subscribed to your new RSS via google as Thomas Murphy

  120. Jessica To says:

    I would cook a roast.

  121. Deb C says:

    I would like to cook BBQ Pulled Pork, also Chicken and Dumplings in the Ninja. I’d also like to try cakes in it. It sounds like a great appliance for my needs.

  122. Megan says:

    Really? It will cook my pasta too? I have got to try this. Also the searing function, I would have to try this. Depending on the coat, it might also make making granola faster! Thanks for the review and giveaway opportunity!

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  126. I hate to cook but it would be much easier if I could put everything in one pot and have a complete healthy meal instead of always popping a frozen entree into the oven. I am disabled and cannot stand and cook meals most days. I think that is why I hate to cook but this would be awesome and a lot healthier way to eat. I thought there was a deal to make payments but I can’t find it.

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