Unlock the full potential of your Ninja Foodi Grill with this official companion cookbook
Learn how to make the most of your Ninja Foodi, a one-of-a-kind device. This cookbook offers recipes for more than just grilling—find out just how easy it can be to sear, air fry, or bake your way to perfection with its 75 easy recipes.
What sets this grilling cookbook apart:
GET FAMILIAR WITH YOUR FOODI: Review every facet of this versatile appliance with a primer on the grill technology, instructions for easy setup, foolproof cooking charts, techniques, and more.
GET A RANGE OF RECIPES: Make simple and delicious mouthwatering food for every meal, from a savory Sausage Mixed Grill to different fish and meat appetizers and main courses. Vegetarian options as well.
GO BEYOND GRILLING: Get to know the Ninja Foodi Grill's other cooking functions, including baking, roasting, dehydrating, and air frying.
Discover the thrill and convenience of grilling indoors with this beginner's Ninja Foodi Grill cookbook and impress your whole table.
About the Author
KENZIE SWANHART is the founder of the popular food blog Cave Girl in the City and author of the cookbooks Paleo in 28 and Spiralize It!. Kenzie’s culinary adventures began after graduating from college, when she considered the role her diet played in her life. In an effort to cultivate a healthy, balanced lifestyle, Kenzie embraced a whole food, clean eating lifestyle—and along with it, as well as a respectable collection of bowls.
“This book will get you going with your Ninja Foodi Grill, which is a very clever combination of an air fryer and an electric grill. . . . A lot of my friends who love to cook are still a bit ‘nervous’ about new devices, so this book is a handy reference on what to do and what not to do with your grill—and gives you guidance on foods to cook so you will have a roadmap to some great cooking.”—Joanna D.
“If you get a Ninja Foodi Grill you have to have this book! Explains the methods, describes the accessories, and, best of all, clear, step-by-step instructions for great recipes!” —John H.