‘I feel like a ninja’: Chef sets up a ninja kitchen to cook for family

I don’t want to over-simplify, but if you’ve ever wanted to create a dish that can be cooked on the stovetop, ninja kitchen is for you.

The chef-owner, Marcus Mungai, created a cooking app called Ninja Kitchen that he uses to cook dishes on the go.

“I wanted to give people something that was easy to do,” he told ABC News.

“It’s an easy way to cook on the road.”

It is designed to be used on the move.

“We don’t have to go to a restaurant and cook everything.

I just have to grab a plate and start cooking.”

I can cook something at home on my phone or my iPad and it will be ready in five minutes, he said.

To create his Ninja Kitchen, Mr Mungafai used a Raspberry Pi, a laptop and an iPad to connect to the internet.

“The thing that’s the coolest about it is that it has to be connected to the Internet to be able to cook,” he said, adding that he has to connect it to the router to be set up to cook.

“You have to be in range of your WiFi router.”

You can cook in your carThe app will connect to a WiFi network and the chef-owners WiFi network will show up on his home screen, so he can get cooking on his mobile device.

“Once you’re in range, you can set it up to send recipes,” he explained.

“And you can also control the oven.”

Mr Munga said that cooking is also possible at home with his smartphone.

“When you’re cooking on your phone, it’s not like cooking on a stovetop,” he joked.

“A lot of times when I’m on my iPhone, I’ll go into the kitchen and just throw the ingredients into a pan.”

“I’ve got my smartphone, so it’s always on,” he added.

“If you need to change the oven, it’ll let you know.”

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