Amaranth and Oats (Ninja Combi All-in-One Multicooker, Oven, and Air Fryer Recipes)


2 cups of amaranth or oats
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
2 tablespoons raw honey
4 tablespoons butter
5 – 6 cups water (5 cups for amaranth, 6 cups for oats)


  1. Add the amaranth or oats to the combi pot.
  2. Add the cinnamon, and mix the cinnamon in, for even distribution.
  3. Add the honey
  4. Add the water
  5. Put the butter in, it can be together in the middle of the pot.
  6. Put the pot into the cooker, and close the door.
  7. Flip the switch on top of the cooker to Combi Cook.
  8. Set cooker to Steam, 25 minutes cooking time.
  9. Press Start, to begin the cooking process.
  10. The cooker will preheat and then start counting down time, with everything inside from the start.
  11. After the cook time is complete. Do not turn the cooker off.
  12. Remove the pot and stir the contents. Let it rest outside the cooker on a heat resistant surface like a stove top, for about 5 minutes. To absorb the remaining water.
  13. While the pot is resting, close the cooker’s door. The display should show “Dry”. Press Start.
  14. Once the dry process starts, 3 minutes will show on the display.
  15. Use the time up button, to increase the dry time to 8 – 9 minutes. You can stop the dry process earlier if you desire, but it will take longer than the default 3 minutes.
  16. If the dry time runs out, and you still see water on the metal inside. You have to do the following:
    1. Put the pot back into the cooker.
    2. Set the cooker to Steam and cook time to 1 minute.
    3. Press Start.
    4. The cooker should still be hot from earlier drying, so it should start counting down time, without a preheat.
    5. Once the time runs out, remove the pot, and follow the dry instructions above again.
  17. Enjoy!

You may also view this video on BitChute.

You may also view this video on Rumble.

Subscribe to the Wave Oven Recipes YouTube Channel

Join my YouTube Channel as a Member.

Check out my Amazon Page for more great recommendations.