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We’ve recently purchased a Nija foodie and although it came with a little guide for cooking times, this came with proper recipes.
There are several recipes inside that are very tasty and certainly would make them again. Although I think it might be easier as an actual book, it’s still easy to search for recipes. My family and I absolutely loved the jacket potatoes, they came out fluffy and with a tasty crispy skin.
Some recipes cooking times didn’t work so well, but I think that’s more due to it us being new to the foodie and learning as we go. Definitely recommend people trying these tasty recipes, however when we purchased this, it was a Amazon daily deal but I don’t think it’s worth £8.99 for a kindle book.
I don't know but most recipes when it come to meat and fish it's cooking time is set for frozen meat or fish, would have been nice to set time for fresh meat and fish. Tryed to cook hardboiled egg recipe, what a disappointment, they become try and yolk just cumble and no taste. I would say it's ok as a Ninja cookbook for dummies, to try out the different things one can do with the Ninja Foodi 7-in-1.
The Kindle version of this book is dreadful. There are no clickable links to get to the recipes you want. It is just like a PDF. Not how a Kindle book should be. Also the recipes are underwhelming to me. Others might like it but it is not for me. I returned it for a refund.
A good book for a Ninja virgin, I paid when on offer 99p glad I didnt pay full price, couldnt load onto Kindle as said not compatable, not sure why as not an old kindle, eyesite not good enough for phone to read such small print.