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Ninja® Foodi™ Compact Pressure Cooker OP101C


Meet the  Ninja® Foodi® Compact Pressure Cooker. The 4.7L compact pressure cooker that crisps. TenderCrisp™ Technology lets you quickly pressure cook ingredients to lock in juices, then give them a crispy, golden air fryer finish. The 4.7L cooking pot and Cook & Crisp™ Basket make it easy to cook delicious treats and meals in an instant.


SKU: OP101C ninjakitchen_ca_OP101C
  • The Compact Pressure Cooker that Crisps®. Pressure Cooker, Air Fryer, TenderCrisper
  • TenderCrisp™ Technology allows you to quickly cook ingredients, then the crisping lid gives your meal a crispy, golden finish
  • Pressure cook up to 70% faster vs. traditional cooking methods* *Vs. slow-cooked, braised, or low-simmer recipes
  • Air fry with up to 75% less fat** **tested against deep-fried, hand-cut French fries
  • 4.7 L ceramic-coated pot is nonstick, PTFE/PFOA free, and dishwasher-safe
  • 2.8 L Cook & Crisp™ Basket is ceramic-coated, nonstick, and dishwasher safe, and holds up to 4 lbs. of chicken
  • 7 functions include pressure cook, air fry/air crisp, steam, bake/roast, slow cook, yogurt, and sear/sauté
  • 14 safety features: passed rigorous testing for safety certification, giving you peace of mind
  • 1 year warranty – click here for more info
Wattage 1460 watts
Amperage 13 amps
Voltage 120 volts
Hertz 60 hertz
Cooking Capacity 5 quarts
Cord Length 81.3 cm
Product Length 40.5 cm
Product Width 35.3 cm
Product Height 29.7 cm
Product Weight (gross) 18.32 ml
  • 1460-watt Ninja Foodi™ Compact Pressure Cooker unit
  • Crisping lid
  • Pressure lid
  • 4.7L ceramic-coated pot
  • 2.8L ceramic-coated Cook & Crisp™ Basket
  • Chef-inspired 15-recipe guide
  • The unit is not functioning properly. Please contact Customer Service. We ask that you register your product online and have the product on hand when you call, so we may better assist you.

    • Add more liquid to the cooking pot before restarting the pressure cook cycle.
    • Make sure the pressure release valve is in the SEAL position.
    • Make sure the silicone ring is installed correctly.
  • The water level is too low. Add more water to the unit for the function to continue.

    • When set to Slow Cook or Sear/Sauté, and the unit senses pressure building up, this message indicates the pressure release valve is in the SEAL position.
    • Turn the pressure release valve to the VENT position and leave it there for the remainder of the cooking function.
    • If you do not turn the pressure release valve to the VENT position within 5 minutes, the program will cancel and the unit will shut off.
  • The pressure lid is not fully installed. Turn the lid clockwise until it clicks for the selected cooking function to start.

  • The crisping lid is open and needs to be closed for the selected function to start.

  • The incorrect lid is installed for your desired cooking function. Place the pressure lid on the unit if you want to use the Pressure, Slow Cook, Steam, Sear/Sauté, or Keep Warm functions and ensure it is in the closed position.

  • Cooking pot is not inside the cooker base. Cooking pot is required for all functions.

    • The cooking cycle is complete and the unit is in Keep Warm mode. How long does the unit take to depressurize?
    • Quick release is about 2 minutes or less. Natural release can take up to 20 minutes or more, depending on the type of food and/or the amount of ingredients in the pot.
  • Make sure the pressure release valve is turned to the SEAL position. If you’ve done this and still hear a loud hissing noise, it may indicate your silicone seal is not fully in place. Press to stop cooking, VENT as necessary, and remove the pressure lid. Press down on the silicone ring, ensuring it is fully inserted and lies flat under the ring rack. Once fully installed, you should be able to tug lightly on the ring to rotate it.

  • Yes. The pressure release valve’s loose fit is intentional; it enables a quick and easy transition between SEAL and VENT and helps regulate pressure by releasing small amounts of steam during cooking to ensure great results. Please make sure it is turned as far as possible toward the SEAL position when pressure cooking and as far as possible toward the VENT position when quick releasing.

  • As a safety feature, the pressure lid will not unlock until the unit is completely depressurized. To release pressure, turn the pressure release valve to the VENT position to quick release the pressurized steam. A quick burst of steam will spurt out of the pressure release valve. When the steam is completely released, the unit will be ready to open. Turn the pressure lid counterclockwise, then lift it up and away from you.

    • This indicates the unit is building pressure or preheating when using STEAM or PRESSURE. When the unit has finished building pressure, your set cook time will begin counting down. There is a lot of steam coming from my unit when using the Steam function.
    • It’s normal for steam to release through the pressure release valve during cooking. Leave the pressure release valve in the VENT position for Steam, Slow Cook, and Sear/Sauté.
  • The rotating lights will display on the screen to indicate the unit is building pressure.

  • You may have set hours rather than minutes. When setting time, the display will show HH:MM and the time will increase/decrease in minute increments.

    • Cooking times may vary based on the selected temperature, current temperature of the cooking pot, and temperature or quantity of the ingredients.
    • Check to make sure your silicone ring is fully seated and flush against the lid. If installed correctly, you should be able to tug lightly on the ring to rotate it.
    • Check that the pressure lid is fully locked, and the pressure release valve is in the SEAL position when pressure cooking.