Our unique nesting design protects cooking surfaces during storage. For best scratch protection, stack your pots in one column and your pans in another. Order them largest to smallest from bottom to top. To avoid scratching the outer rim, lift any stacked pan vertically and never rotate pans while stacked. Our lid handles are engineered so you can stack the lids in any order to fit your storage needs.
Yes, all Ninja™ Foodi™ NeverStick® Cookware is oven safe up to 500°F and lids are oven safe up to 400°F. Easily go from stovetop to oven to finish cooking meats, brown toppings, or bake like you can in cast iron.
Yes, all Ninja™ Foodi™ NeverStick® Cookware and lids oven safe up to 500°F. Easily go from stovetop to oven to finish cooking meats, brown toppings, or bake like you can in cast iron. If using under the broiler, make sure the temperature is no higher than 500°F and that there is space between the pan and the top of the oven.
Your Ninja™ Foodi™ NeverStick®Cookware is all range capable: gas, electric, glass ceramic, and induction.
No, the NeverStick® coating does not need to be seasoned.
Pans can be hand-washed or cleaned in the dishwasher once cooled.
CLEANING & CARE Allow cookware to cool completely before washing. Never immerse a hot pan in cold water, as this may lead to irreparable warping. Always clean cookware thoroughly after use, as grease buildup over time can lead to food sticking. If you notice grease or discoloring on the stainless steel handles or stainless steel induction base, clean thoroughly with baking soda and white vinegar, then wipe with a sponge or soft cloth.
DISHWASHER Use automatic dishwashing detergent without bleach or citrus additives. Prolonged, regular dishwashing may eventually mark or discolor your cookware. If regularly washed in the dishwasher, some darkening of the exterior of the base may occur—this is normal and will not affect cooking performance.
HAND-WASHING Use mild liquid dish soap. Abrasive pads and sponges should only be used if they are approved for use on nonstick cookware. DO NOT use abrasive cleansers or cleaning pads not rated for nonstick cookware, as they can damage cookware.
Wait until your pan cools and soak it in warm water, use a non-abrasive sponge or towel to remove any debris.
Never use aerosol cooking sprays. These burn at low temperatures and will leave a residue that leads to sticking.
We recommend storing your pans in a single layer if possible. If you need to stack your pans, place a sheet of paper towel or towel in between each pan to reduce the chances of damage to the coating.
We recommend preheating your pan for 2 to 3 minutes at the same temperature you intend to use when cooking. DO NOT use a hotter temperature to heat your pan than intended for cooking.
To determine if your pan is ready for use, simply add a few drops of water. If you hear a sizzle, the pan is ready for use. If not, continue preheating.
• Use high heat for boiling liquids and searing. Never leave an empty pan on high for more than 3 minutes as this can damage the pan and lead to sticking.
• Use medium-high heat for sautéing, frying, and stir-frying.
• Use medium heat for reducing liquids and making pancakes, sandwiches, and omelets.
• Use low heat to warm foods, simmer ingredients, or prepare delicate sauces.
All utensils are safe for use, including metal. Metal utensils including spatulas, spoons, whisks, and tongs are safe for use with your Ninja™ Foodi™ NeverStick® Cookware. Never use sharp instruments such as knives or forks or appliances such as electric mixers to cut, chop, or whip foods in any nonstick pan. Such use will damage the nonstick finish and void the warranty.
Overheating your pans can lead to food burning and sticking or if you used an abrasive cleaning tool that could damage the cooking surface, it can cause food to stick.
NeverStick® Cookware uses an exclusive PTFE-based coating that is free of lead, cadmium, and PFOA.
Yes, our exclusive Ninja™ NeverStick® coating is PFOA free and is FDA approved.
The handles will be either 7 or 8.5 inches long, depending on the size of the pan.
If cooking on a gas range, do not allow the flame to rise along the outside of the pan, as this may lead to discoloration.
If you notice grease or discoloring on the stainless steel handles or stainless steel induction base, clean thoroughly with baking soda and white vinegar, then wipe with a sponge or soft cloth.
Visit ninjawarranty.com to learn more about the NeverStick limited lifetime guarantee.
Plasma ceramic particles are fused to the surface of the pan, creating a super-hard, textured surface that interlocks with our exclusive coating for a superior bond. Plus, our coating is metal-utensil safe, dishwasher safe, and enables excellent food release.
The diameter of the top of the rim is the size of the fry pan you have.
Ninja™ Foodi™ NeverStick® Premium has a heavy-gauge base thickness of 4.5mm.
When properly preheated, NeverStick Technology enables excellent food release without sticking. Our cookware is made with thicker-gauge aluminum, so it may take longer to preheat than you are used to. The result is a forgiving pan that cooks consistently time and time again.
Since the Ninja™ Foodi™ NeverStick® Cookware line uses stainless steel handles for versatility between the stovetop to oven, they are not heat resistant. If you are cooking for a long period of time, using a high temperature, cooking in the oven, or your pan/pot has a short handle, the handle can heat up.
The pans can be cleaned with white vinegar, baking soda, and a soft cloth to remove built-up grease and reduce discoloration.
Tall gas flames, grease, abrasive cleaning (with metal wool, for example) can cause the exterior of the pan to discolor. This will not affect cooking performance, and you can try cleaning with white vinegar, baking soda, and a soft cloth to reduce discoloration.
Our pans have a built-in concavity to keep them stable, and due to the hydrophobic nature of our coating, water and other liquids will tend to move toward the edges of the pans.
Also, overheating a pan or shocking a hot pan with cold water can cause irreparable warping.
The thickness of our pans will cause slower time to reach optimal temperature but because of the thickness this will allow for even heating to not burn food as easily.
While keeping the lid on when boiling for extended periods of time this may cause steam to force the lid up and release. This is normal.
Water can get between the induction plate and the pan. When the pan is placed on a hot burner, this can cause a popping/crackling noise until the moisture evaporates. This is consistent across most induction plates and will not affect cooking performance.
Two things can happen that can cause this noise:
1. Moisture can get trapped between the glass and the stainless steel rim around the glass and cause a popping/crackling/hissing sound. This is normal and will not affect cooking performance.
2. As the lid heats up and the glass and stainless steel start to expand slightly, rubbing can occur from the thermal expansion and create a noise. There is no need for concern.