Season steaks and let sit on kitchen counter for 30 minutes to bring closer to room temperature.
Preheat Ninja Foodi with broiling/steaming rack set in highest position by using the broil feature for 5 minutes.
Carefully place steaks on the racks (they should sizzle) and broil for 5-7 minutes depending on how you like your steak (see notes).
Flip steaks and broil for another 5-7 minutes.
Remove steaks from the Ninja Foodi and allow to rest on a cutting board for 5 minutes before cutting into the steak.
This recipe is specific to the broiling feature on the Ninja Foodi, however, you could use the same method in your oven broiler.
Cooking times will vary greatly depending on thickness of steak and how YOU like your steak cooked. We found for a medium cut ribeye, we could achieve medium rare by broiling 5 1/2 minutes on each side. Medium took 6 1/2 minutes on each side. Thinner steaks will take less time. Thicker steaks will take more time. Add and subtract minutes to reach desired level of doneness.
We found that a medium cut steak gave us the best results when broiling steak in the Ninja Foodi. Thin steaks were too chewy.
We did not like the results we got by using the Air Crisp feature to cook steak in the Ninja Foodi. We prefer using the broiling feature.