Ninja Foodi steak and mashed potatoes comes out great, all in one pot! Tender pressure cooked meat and potatoes, then air fried steak with the best dry rub.
I have two ways to make this Ninja Foodi steak and mashed potatoes. You can use foil as you see here, or just lay your t-bone right on top of your side dish! It’s one of our favorite Ninja Foodi pressure cooker and air fryer recipes.
Ninja Foodi Steak
I know you love this combo right?? Ninja Foodi ribeye is great but add the side right in there into the same pot for this one pot meal and it’s even better.
How can you resist both potatoes and beef together. I mean…..it’s my husband’s favorite.
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This is the base of what you will need here. The type of steak is up to you but I happened to have 2 t-bone on hand.
You’ll want to have your machine ready with the air fryer basket taken out.
You will use the pressure cooker lid which is the one that isn’t attached for the first step so get that out too. For the starches that is up to you. I will tell you that red potatoes are great but will be more firm than others. Russets are another great choice that break down a bit better. Beyond that yellow aren’t my favorite in regards to texture.
One thing to remember when making taters like this is to not over mash or mix them. This will make them gummy with a sort of sticky texture to them, not what you want. Just enough to mush them and other ingredients together, then stop and serve.
If left at room temperature for a bit while other items are being cooked, cover with a dishtowel or foil to keep them warm.
Ninja Foodi steak and potatoes
- Steaks – we used 2 large t bone
- you could instead make air fryer flank steak
- 5 large or 6 small to medium potatoes
- Broth – I had chicken on hand so that is what I added
- you could use beef or vegetable broth too
- think about the flavor you’d like to incorporate into your mashed potatoes for this
- Garlic salt
Needed for this homemade steak dry rub of ours
- Garlic powder
- Chili powder
- Brown sugar
Feel free to use a jarred steak rub if you prefer, or use ours which is excellent.
To make your pressure cooker mashed potatoes you’ll want to dice them about this size. I really like leaving the skins on for texture and because they’re great for you.
- Just slice the potato in half lengthwise.
- Then put one half on the cutting board with the flat / cut side down
- Slice it twice lengthwise so there’s three equal sized pieces
- Dice it this way into smaller pieces
You want them to be the same size so they cook evenly and get nice and tender. 6 minutes works well for a pot that will serve about 6 people as a side dish.
What can I add to mashed potatoes?
- Sour cream
- Bacon bits
- I usually don’t need liquid because I leave the broth in there after they’re cooked but if they need to be thinned out, milk works great.
Now for your steaks. You’ll want to mix together the ingredients for your dry rub and press it on to both sides. Pick it up and allow the excess to fall off.
- Either place them right on top of the diced potatoes in your Ninja Foodi after you’ve added the broth and seasonings.
- Or you can use a piece of aluminum foil in between the steak and mashed potatoes to keep the flavors separate.
- I’ve done both of these and they’re both fantastic.
If you have a Ninja Foodi indoor grill you won’t be able to make this unfortunately. It doesn’t have a pressure cooker function but you could grill steaks and then make air fryer baked potatoes!
Steak in the Ninja
Here are the basic steps to follow
- Mix together steak rub and press on both sides of meat, shaking off excess
- Dice potatoes and put them into your multi cooker
- Pour in your broth and seasonings for mashed potatoes
- Lay your steak on top or put a piece of foil with edges folded up in between the steak and potatoes
- Cook on high pressure for 6 minutes with a 2 minute natural release, then quick release rest of steam
- Take steak off and out, pour potatoes into bowl and add mix ins for mashed potatoes, keep warm
- Put steak(s) into air fryer basket and close lid, do not overlap the meat for best results
Air crisp at 400 degrees for 5 minutes cook time for perfect steak that is medium rare to medium depending on thickness. Always allow steaks to rest for at least 10 minutes before slicing. Refer to our steak cook time chart to determine how “well done” the internal temperature shows that it is.
If you want to make just the meat you can follow our air fryer steak or filet mignon posts. We wrapped these in bacon and they turned out incredibly awesome served with air fryer mushrooms!
Want more one pot dish Instant Pot recipes? We have over 100 on our site and they are interchangeable. It doesn’t really matter what brand of pressure cooker you have, they’ll all work.
- The beauty of the Foodi though is you can add an extra layer of melted cheese or crunch to your fried chicken with NO oil involved.
- Of course you can grill this meat on an outdoor grill but during the Winter time this pot is beyond amazing. In under 30 minutes you can make a complete one pot meal everyone will love.
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Ninja Foodi Steak and Mashed Potatoes
- 2 steaks we had 2 large t bones
- 5 large potatoes washed, diced
- 1 c broth chicken or beef
- 1/2 c brown sugar
- 1 1/4 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tbsp chili powder
- 1/2 tbsp paprika
- 1/4 tsp pepper
- 1 1/2 tsp garlic salt
- Put diced potatoes into pot with broth and garlic salt, pepper, and 1/4 tsp salt.
- Mix together brown sugar, rest of salt, garlic powder, chili powder and paprika in a bowl. Sprinkle over top and bottom of steaks, press down so they're well coated, shake off excess.
- Place steaks directly on top of potatoes or if you don't want potatoes to have brown sugar transfer make a "boat" out of 2 pcs. of foil and rest steaks inside that and then on top of potatoes.
- Close pressure cooker lid and set to high pressure for 6 minutes followed by a 2 minute natural release. Then release rest of pressure.
- Take steaks out, pour potatoes into a bowl so you can make mashed potatoes. Add sour cream, butter, bacon bits, etc…as you would normally make them.
- Rinse out inside of pot, put back into machine with air fryer basket inside. Place 1-2 steaks inside, ours only fit 1 at a time as you don't want them to overlap.
- Close air crisp lid and press air crisp 400 degrees for 5 minutes. Remove and allow to rest 5 minutes before slicing.
- Serve together.
Sunday 5th of April 2020
I'm a new foodi person. How do you cook more than 2 t bone steaks? How do I cook them after taking out the potatoes? #sorrynotmuchofacook!😊
Monday 3rd of February 2020
I had no idea you would pressure cook steak! Such a fantastic idea!
Monday 3rd of February 2020
You can't beat this for a family comfort food dinner that's quick to make and everyone loves.