These Ninja Food Grill recipes couldn’t be more delicious!
If you’re considering getting or have recently gotten a Ninja Foodi Grill, you may be wondering what kinds of things you can cook on it.
As it turns out, there are quite a lot of different things, and I’ve listed 20 of my favorite Ninja Foodi Grill recipes here on this list.
Keep in mind: This is only a tiny sample of the things you can make with your new Ninja Foodi Grill.
I’ve tried to include a wide variety of options to suit everyone’s tastes, but again, these Ninja Foodi Grill recipes are only the tip of the iceberg.
There are so many amazing recipes out there, and in time, you’ll get to enjoy them all.
For now, let’s take a look at some of these and give you an idea of where you can get started.
You’ll only need five ingredients – and your Ninja Foodi – to make this extremely hearty and nearly complete meal of perfectly seasoned steak and potatoes.
As long as you have some russet potatoes, steak, avocado oil, steak seasoning, and sea salt, you can have this tender, flavorful meal on the table and ready to eat in just an hour.
If you’re looking for a way to make the juiciest, most succulent chicken breasts possible, break out the Ninja Foodi and start grilling.
Be sure to let your chicken breasts soak in the marinade (oil, soy, balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, Worcestershire, garlic, salt, and pepper) for at least 20 minutes before cooking them.
That’s what gives them their scrumptious sweet and savory flavor.
If you get the seasoning blend right for this recipe, everything else just kind of falls into place.
To make it, you’ll need thyme, sea salt, pepper, garlic, onion powder, and red pepper flakes.
For the pot roast, you’ll add chuck roast, onions, potatoes, carrots, beef stock, and flour for the gravy.
It’s a healthy, hearty meal that’ll taste just like it did when your mom used to make it.
This insanely juicy, five-ingredient chicken almost has an Asian/Indian taste, thanks to the sweet and spicy honey garlic sauce and Adobo and Sazon seasonings.
One bite of this amazing chicken, and you’ll wonder why you ever made chicken any other way.
It pairs well with rice, couscous, a side salad, and most other veggies.
If you’re not really in the mood for Asian but think that Greek sounds okay, check out this Greek chicken recipe instead.
The chicken is a bit on the dry side, as if you used a dry rub on it and left it to bake without much moisture.
However, the zesty, creamy tzatziki sauce makes up for that dryness with plenty of moisture of its own. Serve it in pita bread or on a bed of rice, as you prefer.
Flawlessly roasted tenderloin, creamy, earthy mushrooms, a buttery crescent roll sheet, and thick, fluffy mashed potatoes: If that doesn’t sound like heaven, I don’t know what does.
This one takes a bit of time to pull off, but a large portion of it is resting time, and even if it took twice as long to make, it’d still be worth it for the fantastic taste.
All you’ll need to make these near-perfect pork chops in your Ninja Foodi Grill are the pork chops and your favorite pork marinade.
They take very little time to make this way, and while the centers will remain juicy and tender, the edges will crisp up perfectly giving you a pork chop so tasty that it’s almost unreal.
These roasted potatoes have crispy outsides and soft, fluffy insides.
They’re also cheesy and perfectly seasoned with rosemary, salt, and pepper. (I sometimes add garlic, as well.)
They’re a delightful, flavorful side dish that pairs well with just about anything.
If you’ve been looking for ways to eat more broccoli but haven’t found the right recipe yet, this one is the one you need.
You’ll toss your broccoli in a mixture of soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, canola oil, and maple syrup and grill it to slightly charred perfection.
Then, you’ll top it with red pepper flakes and sesame seeds for an extra bit of heat and crunch.
It’s the very best way to cook broccoli, hands down, no exceptions.
Believe it or not, you can even make meatloaf in your Ninja Foodi Grill, and as long as you do it right, it’ll turn out incredible.
All you’ll need is ground beef, eggs, Panko bread crumbs, ketchup, BBQ sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and steak seasoning.
It’s well-seasoned and has the perfect crust and a slightly sweet, smoky BBQ flavor that everyone will love.
Be sure you make enough because most people will want seconds.
These spectacular chicken wings are exceptionally crispy, spicy, and a little on the zesty side.
They’re super simple to make, requiring only four ingredients (chicken wings, Goya Adobo seasoning, buffalo sauce, and non-stick cooking spray).
I use red hot buffalo sauce on mine, but if you prefer your wings less spicy, use a milder sauce instead.
The wings will still crisp up nicely, and you’ll also get the zesty buffalo flavor, only without the heat.
These four-ingredient bacon-wrapped jalapeno poppers are a tasty, spicy, low-carb treat that takes only half an hour to make.
The jalapenos bring the heat, while the cream cheese and BBQ seasoning add tanginess and savoriness.
You’ll wrap a slice of bacon around each one to add crunch and salt.
The result is a delectable treat that’s ideal for the big game on Sunday
You can cook this delicious salmon in lemon garlic butter sauce to perfection in just 25 minutes. It’s low-carb, low-calorie, and unbelievably flavorful.
It’s garlicky, buttery, and has just a hint of lemon zestiness in every bite. If you’re looking for a fish-based dish that isn’t overly fishy, this recipe is ideal.
I’m not sure if you guys grew up on foil pack meals like I did.
In my house, my mom called them ‘po boy’s supper.’ To be fair, our ‘po boy’s supper’ rarely had shrimp in them.
These do, however, and they are superb.
All you’ll need is a package of shrimp, frozen mixed veggies, whatever seasoning you like best, and some cooking oil spray.
Wrap everything up in a piece of aluminum foil you sprayed with cooking oil and season the shrimp and veggies well.
After your Ninja Foodi reaches the right temperature, cook the packets for about 15 minutes.
Serve them with rice, cauliflower rice, or couscous for a complete, filling meal.
These barbecued, grilled ribs may be messy and saucy, but they’re so insanely good that no one will care about that.
They’re also unbelievably simple to make, requiring only three ingredients and taking less than 20 minutes to cook from start to finish.
Yes, you read that correctly. You can even make a grilled turkey breast in your Ninja Foodi Grill, and all you’ll need is the turkey and your favorite seasoning or rub.
Ninja Foodi turkey tastes ridiculously good; the meat takes on the flavor of the rub and remains juicy and succulent, while the skin crisps up nicely and features a bold flavor.
It takes a little over 2 hours to cook your turkey breast this way, but the hands-on work you’ll be required to do is minimal.
These grilled steak kabobs are 100% drool-worthy.
The steak is tender and well-marinated, and the onions, mushrooms, peppers, and tomatoes add extra deliciousness and nutrients.
Everything is juicy and has a zesty Italian flair that’s just too good to stop eating.
It’s hard to decide what to like most about this grilled squash recipe – its bright splash of vibrant color, its wonderful smoky, earthy taste, or the fact that it takes only 30 minutes to make.
Whatever you like best about it, you’re sure to like something because it’s just too tasty, too convenient, and too lovely not to enjoy.
Filet mignon is the crème de la crème of red meat dishes, but many people are scared to try to make it because they’re so afraid of messing it up.
If you make it in the Ninja Foodi, though, it’s almost impossible to mess up. All you’ll need is the filet mignon, some steak seasoning, and cooking spray.
And cooking the meat takes only 7 minutes, and it’s tough to get something wrong in such a short amount of time.
If you’re looking for a way to cook chicken that’ll leave it juicy and tender but give it plenty of zesty, earthy, and even spicy flavor, check out this recipe for chicken satay.
It takes a little time to cook, but one bite will be enough to show you that it was time well spent.
Additionally, you don’t have to make this recipe with chicken. There are all kinds of satay recipes out there, so if you’re craving beef or pork, don’t worry.
You can still make something delicious in your Ninja Foodi Grill.
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