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Ninja® 2-in-1 Slow Cooker

Model #: MC510

Ninja® 2-in-1 Slow Cooker lets you sear and slow cook all in one, easy-to-clean pot.

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  • 15 Recipe Inspiration Guide
  • 6-Quart Lightweight Nonstick Cooking Pot
  • Glass Lid with Handle
Ninja® 2-in-1 Slow Cooker
Ninja® 2-in-1 Slow Cooker

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The Ninja® 2-in-1 Slow Cooker elevates slow cooking to a whole new level. Sear your meats and sauté your veggies using the Stove Top function before Slow Cooking to lock in flavor! You’ll have flavorful meals without the hassle of having to clean up more than one dish. Both cooking functions can be set to Low and High. Easily set the Timer on Slow Cook for up to 12 hours. Your unit will automatically switch to Stay Warm mode when the timer is finished. In addition to being delicious, your slow cooks are also going to be worry free! The Ninja® 2-in-1 Slow Cooker comes with ACCUTEMP Technology. ACCUTEMP works behind the scenes to keep your cooking temperature in a more controlled range that ensures your food won’t boil over or be overcooked. No more messes or ruined meals.

  • Sear to Slow Cook: Searing meats and sautéing veggies before slow cooking locks in flavors and juices as well as creates a delicious texture. Do this all in one pot, no extra pans to wash!
  • ACCUTEMP Technology: ACCUTEMP Technology works behind the scenes to keep your cooking temperature in a more controlled range, so meals don’t over boil.
  • Auto Stay-Warm: The appliance automatically switches to Stay Warm mode when the preset time ends. This keeps your food hot and ready to serve without overcooking it.
  • Digital Timer: Set the digital timer on your Ninja® 2-in-1 Slow Cooker so you know exactly when your meal will be done.
  • Low and High Cook Settings: Both Slow Cook and Stove Top can be set to low or high. Offers more control over how your meal comes out.
  • Easy Clean, 6 Quart Pot: Our 6 quart pot can easily feed a family or more. Being lightweight, non-stick, and dishwasher safe, the pot is very easy to clean and it will be the only thing you have too wash. Focus on the meal, not the mess.
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FAQs


This FAQ page is a great place to find info, tips and help. Just make sure you’ve read your Owner’s Guide before using your unit.

General Information

What is slow cooking?
Slow cooking allows you to cook at a low temperature, over a long period of time. This leaves meat tender and juicy (even the less expensive cuts) while other ingredients become moist and infused with a deep, rich flavor. Slow cooking also offers the ultimate in ease and convenience, as you cook everything in a single pot that doesn't require constant supervision. The Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-IQ has three different ACCUTEMP SLOW COOK settings: HIGH, LOW, and WARM, giving you the flexibility to adjust cooking times to fit your schedule. The HIGH setting cooks approximately twice as fast as the LOW setting. Use LOW for all-day “set it and forget it” cooking. Use HIGH for half-day or shorter periods of time. Once the cooking cycle is complete, the unit will automatically switch to STAY WARM, which will run for 12 hours.
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How can I get additional parts or accessories??
Simply visit the Parts and Accessories tab on this page to find a variety of available parts/accessories. Or visit www.ninjakitchen.com/parts-and-accessories.
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Can I deep fry in the Ninja® Cooking System?
The Ninja® Multi-Cooker should never be used for deep frying. It can be used for searing and sautéing.
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How much food can I put inside the pot?
The pot can cook a chicken that weighs up to 6 pounds, or a roast that weighs up to 4 pounds. Please do not fill the pot more than two-thirds full with a liquid.
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Why is the Ninja® Cooking System different from other standard slow cooking appliances?
With the Ninja® Cooking System, you can sear with the STOVE TOP function, then SLOW COOK, all in the same pot. Keep in all the delicious flavors of your ingredients, reduce sauces after slow cooking, and even reheat food: true one-pot cooking with more flavor and less mess.
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Is preheating required?
In your Ninja® Cooking System, no preheating is required for the manual cooking functions (SLOW COOK, STOVE TOP, BAKE, and STEAM.) However, if you are using the STOVE TOP function, results will be better if you let it come up to temperature.
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How do you clean the main housing unit?
Simply unplug the unit from the wall outlet and allow it to cool. NEVER immerse the main housing unit in water or any other liquid. To clean the main housing unit and control panel, wipe with a damp cloth.
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What is dishwasher safe?
The cooking pot, steaming/roasting rack, and glass lid are all dishwasher safe. The Silicone Mitts (only MC510Z) are not dishwasher safe.
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Should I need an oven mitt to take off my lid? What should I do?
Although a mitt is not required to remove the lid, the contents of your cooking pot and the steam from inside of your pot will be hot. You may want to wear a mitt if you are more comfortable removing the lid that way.
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Is the inner pot microwave-safe?
No. The cooking pot cannot be used in a microwave oven.
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Where can I find more recipes?
Visit https://www.ninjakitchen.com/recipes/ to find recipes and more!
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Product Specifications

What is the power cord length?
24 Inches
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What is the wattage of the unit?
1200 Watts
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Product Usage

Can I leave my house with the unit plugged in and cooking?
It is perfectly safe to leave the Ninja® plugged in ONLY when using SLOW COOK, BAKE, WARM, or Auto-iQ Meals or Grains settings. When using the other settings, you must be present, like when using a stove.
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Can I reheat food in my multi-cooker?
YES! The STOVE TOP function is perfect for reheating. Simply place your food in the unit and set STOVE TOP HIGH to warm the unit. Adjust appropriately as you would on your stovetop at home. Do not use the STAY WARM function to reheat food.
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Can I use the pot on my stovetop or oven?
NO. It is recommended that you do not use the pot on a stovetop or in the oven to preserve the nonstick coating of the pot.
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Can I take the lid off the pot when slow cooking?
It is not advisable to take the lid off during the first 2 hours of cooking, as it can result in significant heat loss and will require additional cooking time. Should you need to lift the lid to stir, do so quickly and be sure to check food for tenderness and doneness at the end, adding on additional cooking time as necessary.
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Do the handles and the exterior of the pot get hot?
Yes. As with any heating appliance, it is always good to be safe. We recommend using oven mitts when handling the unit. The control panel will remain comfortable to touch without the use of mitts.
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Can I put the pot into the freezer?
No, it is not recommended to store food in the cooking pot in the freezer.
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Can I put the pot into the fridge?
YES. The pot can go straight from the fridge to the multi-cooker without cracking.
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How do I clean my Ninja® Multi-cooker?
"Wash the cooking pot, steaming/roasting rack, and glass lid with warm, soapy water. The cooking pot, steaming/ roasting rack, and glass lid are also all dishwasher safe. If food residue is stuck on the cooking pot, fill the pot with water and allow to soak before cleaning. DO NOT use scouring pads. If scouring is necessary, use a nonabrasive cleanser or liquid detergent with a nylon pad or brush. The Silicone Mitts (MC510Z CONFIGURATION ONLY) are not dishwasher safe."
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What are the best utensils to cook with?
As with any nonstick surface, use scratch-resistant, non-metal utensils on the surface of the pot.
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Will the exterior housing of my unit get hot during the cooking process?
Yes. Be sure to use protective oven mitts when handling during the cooking process.
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Product Care


This FAQ page is a great place to find info, tips and help. Just make sure you’ve read your Owner’s Guide before using your unit.

Product Usage

How do I clean my Ninja® Multi-cooker?
"Wash the cooking pot, steaming/roasting rack, and glass lid with warm, soapy water. The cooking pot, steaming/ roasting rack, and glass lid are also all dishwasher safe. If food residue is stuck on the cooking pot, fill the pot with water and allow to soak before cleaning. DO NOT use scouring pads. If scouring is necessary, use a nonabrasive cleanser or liquid detergent with a nylon pad or brush. The Silicone Mitts (MC510Z CONFIGURATION ONLY) are not dishwasher safe."
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What are the best utensils to cook with?
As with any nonstick surface, use scratch-resistant, non-metal utensils on the surface of the pot.
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Troubleshooting


This FAQ page is a great place to find info, tips and help. Just make sure you’ve read your Owner’s Guide before using your unit.

General Information

How do I know when the appliance is on?
When your Ninja Multicooker is on the power button will be illuminated.
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There is a lot of condensation around my lid, what do I do?
Use extreme caution when removing the lid after cooking. Serious burns can result from the steam inside. ALWAYS lift and tilt the lid away from you when removing, using care to ensure water does not drip back into the appliance. The lid can get very hot, please be careful.
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Where can I find cooking tips?
Please refer to your cookbook/inspiration guide or contact Customer Care at 1-866-826-6941.
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Product Usage

What does it mean when "POT" appears on the display screen?
When the cooking pot is not inside the main housing unit "POT" will appear on the display screen and pause cooking until the cooking pot is inserted. If you remove the pot during an Auto-iQ program, you have 30 seconds to place the pot back into the main housing before the program shuts off.
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What happens if I lose electricity, I am not home, and the slow cooker is on?
In the event of a loss of power your multi-cooker will automatically turn off. It is recommended to dispose of any food that has been left at room temperature for 1 hour without cooking.
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What should I do if I poured water into the liner instead of the pot?
DO NOT USE THE UNIT. Immediately unplug your multi-cooker. It is likely damaged and may require repair or replacement. Call Customer Care right away at 1-866-826-6941 for further assistance.
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What does it mean when "EO2" appears on the display screen?
When "E02" appears on the display screen it means that your product is not functioning correctly. Please contact the Customer Care team at 1-877-646-5288.
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At the end of the power cord, there will be a 4-digit number engraved on the outside of one of the metal prongs. This is the date code of your unit, which tells you the date your unit was produced.