Ninja® Frying System
Model #: F300
40% Faster* and up to 30% Less Fat** than other fryers!
The Ninja® Professional Frying System uses Fusion Heat Technology which works to maintain oil temperature for faster frying with crispier results, you can actually cook foods 40% Faster vs. other fryers! Giving you more of your time back to enjoy meals with your family and friends!
The Ninja® Professional Frying System uses Fusion Heat Technology and our patent-pending immersion basket which work in unison to keep oil temperatures hot and food fully submerged so you cook in less time allowing for up to 30% less fat!! You also don’t have to flip food! Our immersion basket keeps food submerged so all sides are cooking at once, resulting in evenly cooked food in less time with no flipping!
- When frying battered foods, lower the empty fryer basket into the oil. Then slowly lower food into the fryer basket one piece at a time, using tongs hold the food down in the oil for a few seconds. This will help the batter form a crust and prevent the food from sticking to the basket.
- When frying frozen foods, fill the fryer basket with food, insert the basket lid, lower into oil and cover with fryer cover to minimize oil splattering.
- Always use the basket lid when frying to avoid having to flip the food. The lid will keep the food from floating in the oil, while providing more even cooking for best results.
- Do not overfill the basket or increase cooking time as food may stick together and not cook properly.
- Cooking oil, even unused, has a limited shelf life. It oxidizes with exposure to air, sunlight, and elevated temperatures, which lowers the quality of the oil.
- Oil will absorb food flavors, so it’s a good idea to label the oil storage container with the type of food the oil was last used to cook. For example, don’t fry a dessert in oil previously used for cooking fish.
- For best food results, change oil and clean the oil reservior, fryer basket and control panel often.
- Do not mix different oils or new and old oil together.
- Make sure that the food to be fried is free of excess moisture.
- To cook evenly, pieces of food should be close to the same size and thickness. Larger pieces of food will take longer to cook.
- Do not fry small foods that will fall through the the fryer basket.
- It is best to season fried food with salt and pepper once it has drained on paper towels after frying and while the food is still hot.
- When frying multiple batches, be sure oil returns to required temperature before frying each batch.
- Food should be crisp when deep fried. If results are soggy, the oil may not be hot enough. This can attribute to one or more of the following: 1. Food was added to oil before it reached set temperature 2. Temperature setting is too low 3. Too much food in the frying basket.
- Always use oil with a high smoke point such as vegetable, canola or peanut oil.
- Olive Oil or Extra-Virgin Olive Oil should not be used in your fryer due to their low smoke points.
- Being able to cook at a high temperature ensures the best results, speedy frying, and searing of the exterior of foods to help retain their juices.