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Ninja Speedi Satay Pork Rice – Easy Rice Bowl Recipe

Love pork rice bowls? This Ninja Speedi Satay Pork Rice recipe is quick & easy and comes out so delicious in under 30 minutes from prep to end!

Rice bowls make such delicious meals especially when you don’t know what to make for lunch or dinner.

It’s basically just rice with all sorts of toppings.

This Satay Pork Rice has flavourful peanuty pork with aromatic jasmine rice and vegetables.

Get a Thai-inspired taste with this Ninja Speedi recipe!

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Satay Pork Rice

I’ve always enjoyed Satay Pork Rice because of the combination of sweet, spicy, tangy and umami. The peanuty flavours are highly addicting!

And as a rice bowl, it becomes so easy to eat and make.

Since rice is the primary food staple in Thailand, I always use Jasmine rice. Pork is a very popular meat for satay, but you can also use beef or chicken.

Ninja Speedi Thai Satay Pork and Rice

Why Make Satay Pork Rice With Ninja Speedi

With the Ninja Speedi, you can make a good rice bowl dish in one shot.

Similar to the Ninja Speedi Thai Beef Bowl, you’ll have the rice at the bottom and the pork mixture on top.

The pork gets air fried to provide a crispy dimension to the rice bowl. Air frying keeps the juices inside the pork as it sears the outside.

And the rice gets extra flavourful because, as the pork steams in the beginning, the pork fat and some juices would fall from the crisper tray to the inner pot where the rice and vegetables lies, infusing the them with the juices.

You’re going to love this Ninja Speedi Pork Satay Rice.

Want more recipes? Check out this list of best Ninja Speedi recipes!

Steamed Satay Rice on Ninja Speedi Pot

What Makes This Ninja Speedi Recipe So Good?

This is why the Ninja Speedi Satay Pork and Rice recipe is so good:

  • Easy Recipe: This quick and easy meal is pretty much “dump and push start” recipe.
  • Set and Forget: Once you’ve placed the ingredients, the Ninja Speedi does the rest without you having to do anything until it’s done. This gives you more time to do other things while you wait.
  • Easy Cleaning: This rice bowl recipe works with Ninja Speedi out of the box, and the Ninja Speedi is very easy to clean after.
  • Flexible: Though I made I used Thai Jasmine rice and pork, it doesn’t need to be! You can basically use this recipe as guide for your own Ninja Speedi rice bowl recipe by changing meat, herbs, spices, rice, etc.
  • Homemade: Surprise your family and friends with this delicious satay pork rice that’s so easy to make! If you want to reduce further steps or time, you can use frozen pork meatballs or pork patties instead of ground pork.
  • Meal Prep: The Ninja Speedi Satay Pork Rice is perfect for meal prepping since it’s kind of like a fried rice that you can make in big batches, store in tupperwares and reheat as needed.
Air Fried Satay Pork

What You Need For Ninja Speedi Pork Satay Rice


I used the Ninja Speedi Rapid Cooker & Air Fryer for this recipe, which makes it easy to steam and air fry together.

Ninja Speedi is such a unique air fryer type because its Speedi Meals feature allows you to make “steamed then air fried” meals in one shot with its dual layer rapid cooker functionality.

So you can have your steamed food (the rice) at the bottom and air fried food (the pork) on top, cooking at the same time.

You can also use Ninja Speedi accessories like air fryer pot so you can remove and eat from the pot directly, or the gripper to easily help you remove the crisper tray.

Ninja Speedi Rapid Cooker and Air Fryer with Pot and Crisper Tray


Carrot, Bok Choy and Green Onion

How To Make Satay Pork Rice in the Ninja Speedi

Here’s how to make the quick and easy Ninja Speedi Satay Pork Rice.

Make peanut sauce by mixing peanut butter, chili garlic sauce, sesame-ginger seasoning, lime juice and soy sauce in a small bowl.

Peanut Sauce

Rinse the rice on the Ninja Speedi pot, and add water to the rice.

Chop the bok choy, dice the carrot, and thinly slice the green onion. Add vegetables on top of the rice.

Add half of the peanut sauce on the Ninja Speedi pot and mix with rice and vegetables.

Make sure the rice is fully submerged in the water.

In the small bowl, mix ground (or minced) pork with remaining peanut sauce.

Pull out the legs of the Ninja Speedi Crisper Tray. Place the Crisper Tray on the elevated position in the pot.

Using your damp hands, make 4 pork patties (equally sized) and place them on the corners of the Crisper Tray.

Raw Peanut Satay Pork on Ninja Speedi Crisper Tray

Close the Ninja Speedi lid and turn the unit on. Flip the switch to Rapid Cooker and select Speedi Meals.

Set the temperature to 350F (170C or 180C) and time to 10 minutes.

Press Start. Note: It takes around 5-10 minutes to build steam before crisping.

Speedi Meals set to 350F minutes on Ninja Speedi Rapid Cooker

When cooking is complete, use silicone-tipped tongs, anti-scalding gripper or silicone mini gloves to grab the center handle and remove the crisper tray from the Ninja Speedi.

Drop pork patties on top of rice.

Break the pork patties as you fluff and mix rice with vegetables.

Scoop the Satay Pork Rice into bowl.

Enjoy this Ninja Speedi Pork Satay Rice!

Ninja Speedi Peanut Satay Pork Rice

Tips for Ninja Speedi Satay Pork Rice

Here are some tips for the Ninja Speedi Satay Pork & Rice Bowl recipe:

  • Don’t use 100% lean pork so the pork patties don’t become too dry.
  • But also don’t use very fatty ground pork so the rice doesn’t accumulate too much grease.
  • Aim for 70-80% fat so it adds a nice balance of flavour and juiciness.
  • For an even healthier rice bowl, use turkey or chicken instead of pork since they are generally lower in saturated fat than pork.
  • You can use other white rice instead of Jasmine rice.

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Can You Use This Speedi Recipe on the Ninja Combi?

You might be wondering if this Ninja Speedi Pork Satay Bowl recipe will work for the Ninja Combi All-in-One Multicooker, Oven and Air Fryer as well.

I don’t have a Ninja Combi, but, on researching the functionalities and customer feedbacks who have both, here are my findings:

  • Ninja Combi seems to be just an updated version of the Ninja Speedi.
  • The Combi basically has the same features as Ninja Speedi.
  • It’s just that Ninja Combi is bigger and in a oven-style, loading from the front instead of the top.
  • Instead of Speedi Meals, you use Combi Meals function.
  • The Speedi has inner pot and crisper tray and the Ninja Combi has a bottom pan and bake tray for the two-level cooking.
  • Whereas the Speedi is good cooking meals for 1-2 people, the Combi is good for families and parties.
  • Customers who have used both Speedi and Combi say the recipes are interchangeable because of the same setup and features.

So it seems like Ninja Speedi Recipes can be Ninja Combi Recipes.

If you’ve tried this pork satay recipe in both Speedi and Combi, let me know your experience.

Ninja Speedi Satay Pork Rice Recipe

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Ninja Speedi Pork Satay Fried Rice

Ninja Speedi Satay Pork Rice

Yield: 2
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

This Peanut Pork Satay Rice with Ninja Speedi is so simple and gives you an inspired taste of Thailand! Enjoy peanuty and seasoned pork and rice with vegetables with this easy Ninja Speedi recipe.


Main Ingredients

  • 250 grams Ground Pork
  • 1 cup Jasmine Rice, rinsed
  • 1 piece Green Onion, thinly sliced
  • 1 piece Carrot, diced
  • 100 grams Bok Choy, chopped

Peanut Sauce


  1. Add rinsed rice on the Ninja Speedi Pot
  2. Add water to rice
  3. Add bok choy, carrot and green onion on top of rice
  4. In a small bowl, mix peanut butter, chili garlic sauce, sesame-ginger seasoning, lime juice and soy sauce.
  5. Mix and combine half of the peanut sauce with the rice and veggies on Ninja Speedi Pot
  6. In the same small bowl, mix ground pork with remaining peanut sauce
  7. Place crisper tray on elevated position
  8. Make four patties out of the pork mixture and put them on the four corners of crisper tray
  9. Close the lid and flip the SmartSwitch™ to RAPID COOKER.
  10. Select SPEEDI MEALS, set temperature to 350°F (175°C or 180°C), and set time for 10 minutes.
  11. Press START/STOP to begin cooking (the unit will steam for approximately 10 minutes before crisping)
  12. Remove crisper tray and put pork on top of the rice
  13. Fluff rice while breaking the pork to mix with rice
  14. Plate the Satay Pork Rice and Enjoy!
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 651Total Fat: 38gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 22gCholesterol: 118mgSodium: 1255mgCarbohydrates: 35gFiber: 3gSugar: 3gProtein: 42g

Please note that nutrition information you see is provided and automatically calculated by Nutritionix. This may vary depending on the specific ingredients that you use. To ensure the most accurate information, I suggest entering your specific ingredients into a nutrition calculator.

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