In this Ninja Woodfire Grill review, we’ll take a look at what this grill has to offer and if it’s the right grill for you!
This Ninja Woodfire Grill is perfect for anyone looking for an outdoor grill that’s compact and easy to use. With its stylish design, this grill is perfect for any outdoor setting. We’ll take a look at the features of this grill and if it’s the right grill for you, so you can make the decision for yourself! I’ve had the new ninja grill for a couple of months now, and have cooked some delicious food in it.
Ninja are well known for their many kitchen appliances, but especially for their airfryers, and what they have done is made a multi use airfryer with a smoke function. So does the smoke function work effectively, I think it does, the food I have cooked with the additional smoke element has definitely benefitted. Smoked chicken and pork especially.
I have cooked a fair number of things in the grill now, and the grill function doesn’t get me particularly excited, steaks and burgers are definitely achievable, the sear isn’t quite as hot as I’d like, maybe this will be better in the summer, but struggles a bit in the chill.
For me the new ninja woodfire is all about getting crispy smoky chicken skin with the airfryer+smoke mode, it works a treat. Ninja say you should use their pellet blends, which I have found ok, but I’ve used a few alternative pellets and my favourite has been the Exstream bbq cherry pellets which make the chicken look like this…
If you want simple, easy to cook smoky, crispy and quick food then the ninja woodfire is definitely worth considering, it’s around £349 in the UK but there are a few voucher codes around.
For my full ninja woodfire grill review check out the video below
N.B. I was sent the Ninja Woodfire Grill to review, but have been free to give my views on it