A meal with a view and … the Ninja Foodi Multi-Cooker

Last month Monica and I were invited to a very special event celebrating the UK arrival of the Ninja Foodi Multi-Cooker with a presentation and a lovely meal at the Chop House overlooking St Paul Cathedral, in Central London.  

We were greeted by an amazing pink cocktail accompanied by a rose petal, as the event happened during the Valentine celebrations. 

The short presentation about the Ninja Foodi Multi-Cooker showcased all this practical tool can do and how useful it is to have one in the kitchen especially for time-deprived mums. The Ninja Foodi Multi-Cooker is a pressure cooker, slow cooker and air fryer all in one for approximately £200. Not only that, but it can also steam, bake, roast and grill.

It seems impossible to believe that such an item has never been introduced to the UK market earlier. There are similar products in the European market but the starting price is much higher. 

We were then served a beautiful meal made with the cooker. 

At our table we had a personalised menu with our names on it which made me feel so special.

For starters we had a delicate cream tomato soup and tempura vegetables which were really tasty and once that was finished I couldn’t wait to eat my main course, a chicken Parmesan with penne and broccoli.

This was cooked just right, crunchy at the top and soft inside, just what I would have expected from a ‘real’ chef.

 Lastly, we enjoyed a sticky toffee pudding and apple crumble which were not only lovely to look at in the plate, but was also very flavoursome.

Listening to a presentation and trying out a meal was a very good experience. I’d like to have one cooker for review sometime too.

I value this experience of the Ninja Foodi Multi-Cooker an 8/10


Ninja Foodi OP300UK: RRP £199.99

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