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When it comes to reliable kitchen gadgets that will churn out quality food fast, you can't go wrong with Ninja. The company consistently earns top marks on everything from its super-charged blenders to speedy air fryers, making these small appliances you've got to have.
Well, get ready to add one more Ninja option to your collection: Right now, Walmart has the Ninja Foodi 4-in-1 8-Quart Air Fryer marked $21 off. You can score this mega-popular air fryer for just $139 (was $160).
There's so much to love about this air fryer. For starters, it features two baskets with dual zones, so you can whip up fries at the same time you're crisping chicken tenders. The potential time-saving with this feature is huge.
Dual zone technology even has a smart finish feature, so you can have your foods in separate baskets wrap up at the same time — no more lukewarm dishes on your table! This doesn't just fry things up: The Ninja Foodi allows you to air fry, roast, reheat and dehydrate your food.
By the way: This thing is massive. You get up to eight quarts of capacity. Meaning, you can put up to four pounds of fries or chicken wings in it at once. You can also flip through a wide temperature range, spanning from 105 to 400 degrees.
The whole thing is beyond simple to clean. Just pop out the baskets and crisper plates when you're done and put them in your dishwasher — easy-peasy.
"It is so simple to use," a happy customer said. "I have already made my first meal in it, and it turned out great!! I can hardly wait to venture further into cooking in my AWESOME Ninja Foodi Air Fryer."
"I love this air fryer," a fellow fan said. "Cooks really well. Easy touch buttons. Fried my green tomatoes perfectly. I love the digital format, the two large pull-out baskets with handles, and the other neat features such as the temperature and timer."
This sale won't last. Whether you've been thinking of jumping on the air fryer bandwagon or just want to upgrade your current machine, now is the time to act.
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