Ninja Foodi MC1001UK - PossibleCooker 8-in-1 Slow Cooker Manual

Ninja Foodi MC1001UK - PossibleCooker 8-in-1 Slow Cooker Manual

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Ninja Foodi MC1001UK - PossibleCooker 8-in-1 Slow Cooker Manual

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE

Read and review instructions to understand operation and use of product.
warning Indicates the presence of a hazard that can cause personal injury, death or substantial property damage if the warning included with this symbol is ignored.
burn hazard Avoid contact with hot surface. Always use hand protection to avoid burns.
For indoor and household use only.


To reduce the risk of injury, fire, electrical shock or property damage, basic safety precautions must always be followed, including the following numbered warnings and subsequent instructions. Do not use appliance for other than intended use.

  1. To eliminate a choking hazard for young children, discard all packaging materials immediately upon unpacking.
  2. This appliance can be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities or lack of experience or knowledge if they have been given supervision and instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
  3. Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children. DO NOTallow children to play with or use the appliance. Close supervision is necessary when used near children. Cleaning and user maintenance should not be done by children
  4. Spilled food can cause serious burns. DO NOT let cord hang over edges of tables or worktops or place appliance on or near hot surfaces, on or near a gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
  5. DO NOT operate multicooker in water or under running water.
  6. DO NOT use the appliance without the Cooking Pot installed.
  7. To protect against risk of electrical shock, do not immerse the multicooker housing in water or any other liquid. If housing falls into liquid, unplug the cord from socket immediately. DO NOT reach into the liquid.
  8. Before placing removable Cooking Pot in the cooker base, ensure pot and cooker base are clean and dry, by wiping with a soft cloth.
  9. When removable Cooking Pot is empty, DO NOT heat it for more than 10 minutes. Doing so may damage the cooking surface.
  10. DO NOT use this appliance for deep-frying.
  11. ALWAYS follow the maximum and minimum quantities of liquid as stated in instructions and recipes.
  12. Prevent food contact with heating elements. DO NOT overfill Cooking Pot. Overfilling may cause personal injury or property damage or affect safe use of the appliance.
  13. NEVER use SLOW COOK setting without food and liquids in the removable Cooking Pot.

  14. A heated pot may damage worktops or tables. When removing the hot pot from the multicooker, DO NOT place it directly on any unprotected surface. ALWAYS set the hot Cooking Pot on a trivet or a rack.
  15. The base unit, removable Cooking Pot and glass lid become extremely hot during the cooking process. Avoid hot steam and air while removing the removable Cooking Pot and glass lid from the base unit. ALWAYS place them on a heat-resistance surface after removing. DO NOT touch accessories during or immediately after cooking.
  16. ONLY lift the lid from the handle from the front of the unit. DO NOT lift lid from side area as scalding steam will release.

  17. Sear/Sauté reaches high temperatures. If unmonitored, food may burn on this setting. Use care when touching hot surfaces and when removing food to avoid burns. Do not use the lid and do not leave your cooker unattended while using Sear/Sauté.
  18. Avoid sudden temperature changes, such as adding refrigerated foods to a heated pot.

  19. The Cooking Pot and lid get very hot while using Braise. Use care when touching hot surfaces and when removing food to avoid burns.
  20. Caution should be used when searing meats and sautéing. Keep hands and face away from the removable Cooking Pot, especially when adding new ingredients, as hot oil may splatter.
  21. This appliance is for household use only. DO NOT use this appliance for anything other than its intended use. DO NOT use in moving vehicles or boats. DO NOT use outdoors. Misuse may cause injury.

  22. To reduce the risk of electric shock, cook only in the pot provided or in containers placed on the cooking rack in the provided pot.
  23. Intended for worktop use only. Ensure the surface is level, clean, and dry. DO NOT place the appliance near the edge of a worktop during operation.
  24. DO NOT use the appliance if there is damage to the power cord or plug. Regularly inspect the appliance and power cord. If the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any way, immediately stop use and call Customer Service.
  25. ALWAYS ensure the appliance is properly assembled before use.
  26. DO NOT use accessory attachments not recommended or sold by SharkNinja. DO NOT place accessories in a microwave, toaster oven, convection oven or conventional oven or on a ceramic hob, electrical coil, gas burner range or outdoor grill. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by SharkNinja may cause fire, electric shock or injuries.
  27. When using this appliance, provide at least 15cm (6 inches) of space above and on all sides for adequate air circulation.
  28. DO NOT operate your appliance in a cupboard. When storing in a cupboard always unplug the unit from the electrical socket. Not doing so could create a risk of fire, especially if the appliance touches the walls of the garage or the door touches the unit as it closes.
  29. To avoid possible steam damage, place the unit away from walls and cupboards during use.

  30. The Cooking Pot and lid get very hot while unit is in use. Use care when touching hot surfaces and when removing food to avoid burns.
  31. DO NOT use this unit to cook instant rice.
  32. Electrical socket voltages can vary, affecting the performance and heat output of your product. To prevent possible illness, use a thermometer to check that your food is cooked to the temperatures recommended.
  33. Should the unit emit black smoke, unplug immediately and wait for smoking to stop before removing the Cooking Pot.
  34. DO NOT touch hot surfaces. Appliance surfaces are hot during and after operation. To prevent burns or personal injury, ALWAYS use protective hot pads or insulated oven gloves and use available handles and knobs.
  35. Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot liquids. Improper use, including moving the cooker, may result in personal injury such as serious burns.
  36. When unit is in operation, hot steam may be released into the air via the steam hole in the top of the lid. Place unit so steam hole is not directed toward, electrical sockets, cabinets or other appliances. Keep your hands and face at a safe distance from steam hole.
  37. When using SLOW COOK setting, ALWAYS keep the lid closed.
  38. Removable Cooking Pot can be extremely heavy when full of ingredients. Care should be taken when lifting pot from cooker base.
  39. Allow unit to cool before cleaning, disassembly, putting in or taking off parts and storage.
  40. When not in use and before cleaning, turn the unit off and unplug from socket to disconnect.
  41. DO NOT clean with metal scouring pads. Pieces can break off the pad and touch electrical parts, creating a risk of electric shock.
  42. Please refer to the Cleaning & Maintenance section for regular maintenance of the appliance.
  43. DO NOT place appliance on hot surfaces, near a hot gas or electric burner, in a heated oven or on a hob.

REGISTER YOUR PURCHASE

RECORD THIS INFORMATION
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase (Keep receipt):
Store of Purchase:

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Voltage: 220-240V~, 50-60Hz
Power: 1200W

PRODUCT REGISTRATION:
Please visit ninjakitchen.co.uk or call 0800 862 0453 to register your new Ninja® product within 28 days of purchase. You will be asked to provide the store name, date of purchase and model number along with your name and address.
The registration will enable us to contact you in the unlikely event of a product safety notification.

PARTS

PARTS

  1. Spoon-Ladle A
  2. Cooking Pot Lid
  3. Lid Handle/Spoon-Ladle Rest
  4. Steam Rack
  5. Removable Cooking Pot
  6. Removable Cooking Pot Side Handles B
  7. Cooker Base
  8. Control Panel
  9. Cooker Base Handles


Tool rest prevents spoon-ladle from touching work surface and allows it to be neatly stored on the lid.

To order additional or replacement parts and accessories, visit ninjakitchen.co.uk.

BEFORE FIRST USE

  1. Remove and discard any packaging material and tape from the unit. Some stickers are to be permanently kept on the unit, ONLY remove stickers with 'peel here'.
  2. Wipe the main unit and control panel with a damp cloth. NEVER submerge the main unit in water. Wash the Cooking Pot, Cooking Pot lid, spoon-ladle and steam rack in warm, soapy water then dry thoroughly.

GETTING TO KNOW THE COOKER

GETTING TO KNOW THE COOKER

OPERATING BUTTONS

  1. (POWER): This button shuts the unit off and stops all cooking modes.
  2. TEMPERATURE ARROWS: Use the up/down arrows to the left of the display to adjust the cooking temperature.
  3. TIME ARROWS: Use the up/down arrows to the right of the display to adjust the cooking time.
  4. START/STOP BUTTON: Press START to begin cooking. Pressing START/STOP during a cook cycle will stop cooking function.
  5. FUNCTION DIAL: Use the dial to select a cook function.

warning NOTE: If no cooking function is chosen, the unit will shut off after 10 minutes.

COOKING FUNCTIONS

SLOW COOK: Cook your food at a lower temperature for a longer period of time. Ideal for casserole, chilli and stew.

SEAR/SAUTÉ: Use the unit as a hob for browning meats and to sauté vegetables.

STEAM: Gently cook delicate foods, such as fish and vegetables, using steam for a healthier way to cook.

BRAISE: Transform tougher cuts of meat by first browning at high heat (with a little oil or butter) and then simmering in liquid at a low heat.

SIMMER: Preset temp to gently simmer water or sauces at a consistent temperature.

BAKE: Bottom and side heat only (no convection fan) means this function is best for upside down puddings, poached fruit, baked apples and egg custard.

PROVE: Create an environment for dough to rest and rise.

KEEP WARM: Reheat or keep cooked food warm for longer periods of time.

USING THE COOKER

Slow Cook

  1. Use the dial to select SLOW COOK.
  2. Press the TEMP arrows to select HI or LO.
  3. Select a time between 3 and 12 hours in 15-minute increments.
    warning NOTE: SLOW COOK LO time may be adjusted between 6 and 12 hours. SLOW COOK HI may be adjusted between 3 and 12 hours.
  4. Press START/STOP to begin cook time.
  5. When cook time reaches zero, the unit will beep, automatically switch to KEEP WARM and begin counting up. Press START/STOP to switch off KEEP WARM.

warning NOTE: The unit will automatically shut off after 12 hours on KEEP WARM.

Sear/Sauté

  1. Use the dial to select SEAR/SAUTÉ.
  2. Press the TEMP arrows to choose HI or LO temperature. The timer will count up to keep track of cook time.
    warning NOTE: It is recommended to let the unit heat up for 5 minutes prior to adding ingredients.
  3. Press START/STOP to begin cooking.
  4. Press START/STOP to turn off the SEAR/ SAUTÉ function.

warning NOTE: DO NOT use metal utensils, they will scratch the non-stick coating on the pot.

warning NOTE: You can use this function with or without the lid placed on the pot.

Steam

  1. Add at least 250ml water or stock into the pot. Place rack into pot and place ingredients on the rack.
  2. Use the dial to select STEAM.
  3. Use the TIME arrows to adjust cook time in 1-minute increments between 1 minute and 1 hour. The preset time is 10 minutes.
  4. Press START/STOP to begin cooking.
  5. The display will show PrE, indicating the unit is preheating to selected temperature.
  6. When the unit reaches the appropriate steam level, the display will show the set temperature and the timer will begin to count down.
  7. When cook time reaches zero, the unit will beep and END will flash twice on the display

warning NOTE: Use 250ml or more of liquid when steaming.

Braise

  1. Sear ingredients in the pot using the Sear/ Sauté instructions.
  2. Once complete, deglaze with wine or stock.
    warning NOTE: To deglaze, pour 125ml liquid into pot. Scrape brown bits from bottom of pot and mix into cooking liquid.
  3. Add remaining cooking liquid and ingredients into the pot.
  4. Turn the dial to select BRAISE. The default time setting of 06:00 will display.
    warning NOTE: There is no variable temperature selection for the BRAISE function. The temperature is set to 99°C.
  5. Use the TIME arrows to set cook time in 15-minute increments between 1 - 12 hours.
  6. Press START/STOP to begin cooking. When cook time reaches zero, unit will beep and display END for 5 minutes.

Simmer

  1. Use the dial to select SIMMER.
    warning NOTE:There is no variable time or temperature selection for the SIMMER function. The temperature is set to 99°C. Timer will start counting up.
    warning NOTE: It is recommended to let the unit heat up for 5 minutes prior to adding ingredients.
  2. Press START/STOP to begin cooking.
  3. Press START/STOP to turn off the SIMMER function.
    warning NOTE: DO NOT use metal utensils, they will scratch the nonstick coating on the pot.
    warning NOTE: You can use this function with or without the lid placed on the pot.

Bake

This product does not use a convection fan so it's best for upside down cakes or puddings, using it as a bain marie or for steamed puddings and cheesecakes.

  1. Place ingredients and any recommended accessory into the pot.
  2. Turn the dial to select BAKE. The default temperature will display.
  3. Use the TEMP arrows to set temperature between 120°C and 230°C.
  4. Use the TIME arrows to adjust cook time in 1-minute increments up to 1-hour or 10-minute increments up to 6-hours.
  5. Press START/STOP to begin cooking.
  6. When cook time reaches zero, unit will beep, automatically switch to KEEP WARM and begin counting up. Press START/STOP to switch off KEEP WARM.

Prove

  1. Place dough in the pot and place the lid on top.
  2. Turn the dial to select PROVE. The default temperature setting of 35°C will display.
  3. Use the TEMP arrows to set temperature. in 5-degree increments between 30°C and 40°C.
  4. Use the TIME arrows to adjust the prove time in 5-minute increments up to 4-hours.
  5. Press START/STOP to begin cooking.
  6. When cook time reaches zero, unit will beep, and END will flash 3 times on the display.

Keep Warm

  1. Use the dial to select KEEP WARM. There is no temperature or time selection. The time will start counting until you press START/ STOP to end the program.

CLEANING & MAINTENANCE

Dishwasher & Hand-Washing

The unit should be cleaned thoroughly after every use.

  1. Unplug the unit from the wall socket before cleaning.
  2. To clean the cooker base and the control panel, wipe them clean with a damp cloth.
  3. Hand washing is recommended to extend the life of the Cooking Pot. If food residue is stuck on the Cooking Pot, fill pot with water and allow to soak before cleaning. DO NOT use scouring pads. If scrubbing is necessary, use a non-abrasive cleanser or liquid dish soap with a nylon pad or brush.
  4. The Cooking Pot, glass lid and spoon–ladle can be washed in the dishwasher. If food residue is stuck on these items then use a non-abrasive cleaner.
  5. Air-dry all parts after each use.

warning NOTE: NEVER put the main unit in the dishwasher or immerse it in water or any other liquid.

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

The unit won't turn on.

  • Make sure the power cord is securely plugged into the socket.
  • Try plugging the cord into a different socket.
  • Reset the circuit breaker if necessary.

"ADD POT" error message appears on display screen and the unit is beeping.

"ADD WATER" error message appears on display screen.

Why is the time counting down so slowly?

  • 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.

The unit is counting up rather than down.

  • The Slow Cook cycle is complete and the unit is in Keep Warm mode.

"E1', "E2"

  • The unit is not functioning properly. Please contact Customer Service at 0800 862 0453. We ask that you register your product online at ninjakitchen.co.uk and have the product on hand when you call, so we may better assist you.

Why did my unit shut off?

HELPFUL HINTS

  1. Removable Cooking Pot is oven safe up to 260°C.
  2. Use KEEP WARM to keep food at a warm, food-safe temperature after cooking.
  3. Refrain from removing the lid during a cook cycle.
  4. The Cooking Pot is NOT hob safe.
  5. For longevity, we recommend hand-washing the Cooking Pot.
  6. The glass lid can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
  7. The spoon–ladle can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
  8. Preheat time will vary depending on quantity and temperature of ingredients.
  9. ALWAYS use oven gloves when removing the Cooking Pot from the base unit.
  10. ALWAYS use oven gloves when removing glass lid from the Cooking Pot.
  11. Store extra food in sealed, freezer–friendly containers.

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