• Reviews around fry (3.89 of 5)

    Ninja Air Fryer that Cooks, Crisps and Dehydrates, with 4 Quart Capacity, and a High Gloss Finish

    • French fries were delicious and not greasy.
    • I would suggest it if you love French fries, other foods I’ve found it altered the
    • Used to make chicken, tatter tots , french fries..... just wonderful .
    • I made quite a few dishes in here so far including one and a half pounds of fresh cut french fries, beer battered fried pickles, roasted chicken, and even some French toast sticks for the kids
    • Homemade French fries are so easy and amazing, you’ll never buy frozen ones again
    • I can do frozen French fries in under 10 minutes
    • I was enjoying the machine but the control panel fried in 3 months
    • Made great fries!
    • Best fries ever
    • This airfryer exceeded my expectations, so easy to clean, air fries very well, and all the oil is drained well.
    • Saw the reviews and I took a chance my fries came out perfect
    • Now granted - this appliance was used daily, mostly reheating leftovers, sandwiches, cold fries and frozen foods
    • It does frozen chicken fingers, French fries, sweet potato fries great.
    • I made sweet potato fries, broccoli/carrot, wings, its amazing
    • I made the best fried chicken I've ever made in my life with the least mess and
    • Really does fry well & with lots of flavor with little oil
    • works great no more frying
    • Overall you get a great fried piece of food with a significantly lower amount of oil/fat in the food and it looks and tastes like deep fried.
    • Makes great fried chicken, potatoes, and Brussels sprouts.
    • Makes the best fries and chicken
    • French fries were a breeze to make without all the cooking oil
    • Makes great fries either frozen or home made.
    • Frozen fish, French fries frozen and fresh, sweet potato fries.
    • One can make enough fries for 2-3 servings at a time
    • In one day, my 16 year old son has made himself a steak, two beautiful chicken breasts, fries and some tenders
    • Absolutely love how the chicken came out and frozen fries have never come out so perfect
    • I disliked oily greasy odors in past from pan/deep frying of meats
    • -Rubber bits can cause rubber smell-Cheap plastic, Walmart quality-Smokes for no reason-Small area for food-Inaccurate food cooking suggestions-Made good fries
    • Makes great fries either frozen or home made.
    • I did get a decent crispness on some hand-cut fresh french fries, but you'll never mistake these for the truly fried version
    • Otherwise the French fries were good
    • It's the best at making delicious french fries
    • It produces crisp, good tasting food that is almost as good as fried
    • Also warmed up some leftover fries and they were crispy.
    • We had fried chicken last night and truthfully it was one of the best-fried chickens we have ever had even considering fried chicken we get when dining out.
    • Fresh french fries, Cornish hens come out crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside
    • Frozen shrimp,French fries and onion rings come out nice and crisp!
    • Reheating and cooking frozen fries is fast and easy
    • As an experiment I tried my mom's classic oven-fried chicken - the result was not bad except the robust fan blew much of the breadcrumb coating off
    • Delicious fried food without the grease!
    • Makes great wings and fries.
    • Best reheated fries
    • All said and done if you want the best fries do them the way French people do, fry them thee times in the pot on the stove in hot oil!
    • You will love your French fries, chicken wings, shrimps and perfect bacon 🥓
    • Pro, one thing to clean after making "fried" chickenCon,chemical odor, still takes 30 minutes per serving (2 hours to make a meal for 4 last night).I don't get the hype
    • I tried making fries and they end up burnt on the edges and raw in the middle (yes I soak them in cold water for an hour prior to putting them on the frier), tried sweet potato fries and that turned much worse
    • We had been curious about air fryers since we had some really good fries at a local restaurant we were later told were cooked in an air fryer
    • I have owned it, making many batches of sweet potato fries, a pork loin roast, steak, pork sausages, and various roasted veggies.
    • Fabulous fries and diced potatoes
    • The Ninja is great, Chicken comes out tender, frozen French fries are crisp
    • I would say for meats like chicken and pork, I would do shallow frying
    • Makes great fries and chicken!
    • My daughter loves French fries at most of our local restaurants, but has never liked frozen fries cooked in the oven or deep fryer
    • the frying, baking, roasting cooking aspects of this thing are great...
    • loving it so far did hot wings and fries came out GREAT
    • Makes the best crispy—oil free fries!!
    • Awesome fried chicken.
    • Love it for fat free frying.
    • Food was good, but it's hard to mess up french fries
    • I tried all sorts of combination and comparison - with / without oil, compared agains pan frying, shallow oil frying and deep frying
    • Love it for fat free frying.
    • My daughter loves French fries at most of our local restaurants, but has never liked frozen fries cooked in the oven or deep fryer
    • French fries were perfect, cauliflower was yummy and roasted potatoes were superb
    • And sweet potato fries, and breakfast potatoes with sweat onions, and cook things without heating the entire kitchen
    • If you can figure out the time/temp it DOES make really good fries and onion rings.
    • She has been frying many things that we used to pan fry and I like the flavor as much and sometimes even better
    • Best fried chicken ever!
    • Baked sweet potatoes are better than any you can make in oven or buy in any restaurant, cooked a medium rare steak to perfection, fries great, cooking for one makes it a big plus, no odor as complaints from other brands I saw
    • But having gone through so many years of eating not-so-great frozen french fries and chicken strips and being frustrated that they always came out
    • French fries are easy.
    • Listen, I'm not complaining --- I have a husband who is actually able to make something more for himself than a PBJ sandwich and I get super yummy fried snacks without all of the guilt.
    • I resisted for years to get one, even after tasting those delicious fries, chicken drums, etc.....at my sister's house, but i finally broke down