Ninja’s Latest Kitchen Products Have Made Cooking in the Kitchen That Much Better

If you’ve been looking for a great way to quickly process your foods for your meals, you should check out Ninja’s Smart Screen Kitchen System with FreshVac Technology, or the Ninja Precision Processor with Auto-Spiralizer. Luckily, we’ve had the opportunity to test out both, so let’s see if either will be worth making space in your kitchen.

Ninja’s Latest Kitchen Products Have Made Cooking in the Kitchen That Much Better

First, let’s start with the Ninja Precision Processor (NN310). Prior to receiving the Ninja Precision Processor, I would hand spiraling my noodles with a gadget that I found on Amazon that was a bit barbaric and took up way too much space in my kitchen cabinet with its blocky look, with exposed spikes to sit your Zucchini in as you manually twisted to make your makeshift noodles.

Ninja’s Latest Kitchen Products Have Made Cooking in the Kitchen That Much Better

With the Ninja Precision cooker, the premise is much easier, as the processor not only chops and spiyralizes your vegetables automatically thanks to an included button at the base of the device. The Precision Processor by Ninja can hold up to four cups of items, so over the course of two months I’ve done things such as puree cauliflower, make spiraled peppers and noodles to counter my love and admiration for pasta.

There are a lot of moving pieces with the Precision Processor however such as the two included attachments that sit in the chopper when it’s time to make your meal, as well as both a spaghetti and fettuccine blade if you want to switch up the actual noodles that you want to make. This alone is great, but if you want, Ninja has additional blades available online.

As someone who absolutely hates hand chopping vegetables, the Ninja Precision Food Processor is a GREAT way to make sure you’re not tearing up chopping those onions, or a safer more effective method of creating those Noodles. You can actually pick up the Ninja Precision Processor with Auto-Spiralizer for $99..99 directly from Ninja.

If you’re excited about that, one of my favorite new kitchen products you just have to try for yourself is the Ninja Smart Screen Kitchen System with FreshVac Technology. If you’re wondering: Yes that is a very long way of saying “blender”. But I guess before we get into that here are some specs of what’s Included:

What’s included

1400-Peak-Watt motor base with touchscreen display

FreshVac™ pump

72 oz. FreshVac™ pitcher (64 oz. max liquid capacity) with lid

Stacked blade assembly

20 oz. single-serve FreshVac™ cup with spout lid

Pro Extractor Blades® Assembly

40 oz. Precision Processor™ with feed chute lid

Chopping blade assembly

Dough blade assembly

Reversible slicing/shredding disc

The Smart Screen Kitchen System is that great product you probably saw at Costco on Black Friday and wondered “when would I actually use it?”, but let me tell you, it had come in handy so much for my wife and I. Complete with a smart touchscreen to the front of the device, this makes it easier to clean especially when you are multitasking in the kitchen.

It comes with what’s described as FreshVac technology, which is essentially a one-touch pump vacuum that preserves the vitamins and flavors in your fruit or vegetables by removing the oxygen. This method is a bit better than your typical blender which tends to break down the flavors which can result in foamy beverages, which I hate.

Being able to use one of the nine preset Auto-IQ programs Is a pretty big highlight as well giving you quicker access to recipes so you can take the guesswork out of creating your drinks and smoothies. I’ve been attempting to get into smoothies recently, although I have yet to really find my favorite. Having the Smart Screen Kitchen System has helped emulate what I would get at a shop for drinks and smoothies, but at a fraction of the price. Speaking in terms of cost, the Smart Screen Kitchen System by Ninja is available for $199.99 today.

Source: Manufacturer supplied review unit

What I Like: Being able to spiralize my zoodles now save money outside of purchasing them bagged in store

What Needs Improvement: Nothing

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Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife, family, and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.