How do you get rid of the smell ? When first time using?
Hi are the baskets ceramic coated as the plate inserts are or are they Teflon coated?
Teflon coated, use only silicone or plastic utensils or the coating can be scratched off.
@Majestic fox, are you sure about that? Looking at the product specs, it's supposed to be the other way around, ie. the baskets are ceramic coated, but the plate inserts are teflon coated.
Please confirm listed dimensions for AF300 (32cm H) are correct - retail websites vary greatly, and want to store in cupboard.
Go into the shop.. find a display model.. and get your tape measure out.
Thanks but I’m housebound and want item delivered - hence question.
The item stands 30cm high. I just measured it. This includes the legs.
Thanks very much Tony.
Cleveland do better
get out of the house you lazy thing
Can it be used safely on a stone bench top?
certainly can any surface so long as is stable remember place nothing on top I have had mine for many months now. use it all the time.
Has anyone roasted an entire chook, and what size chook can it take?.. thanks in advance!..
HI, I think my Ninja 2 basket is the best appliance ever. Now Chicken I buy rolled, boned and seasoned Chicken cooks on roast in about 70 minutes turn once, cover the top with foil to prevent burning. Also look for pork and Lamb rolled and boned. About 1.2kls fits the Ninja perfectly roasts in the Ninja cook much faster than in the oven. With Pork rub plenty of Salt into the skin start off with Maxi Crisp will give you the perfect crackle change to Roast and lower the temp Roasts just right. I usually take the Rack out for Roasting. I wouldn't bother with a full chicken try the the boned and rolled Coles on special for $12. Slices beautifully, good cold for salads and sandwiches. Best of luck
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