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Anyone have and can recommend an air fryer?
I'm interested in one, if it's not just a gimmick that will end up at the curb. I've looked at a few YouTube videos and am intrigued by cooking without a lot of oil, it might really be a healthier way to prepare meals. Thanks.
Ive got a Gourmia GAF355 from Amazon that has been working really well for French fries. Haven't put anything else in yet but going to try some onions and other veggies soon
Imma Air Fryer you plick.
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I will call my family this evening and see what they have.
I could not believe it when my father told me they got one and he uses it religiously for everything.
That coming from a man who grills (well used too) everything during any type of weather.
My father cooks chicken, steak, bratwurst, pork chops, etc.. in them.
I haven't heard him that excited about anything in double digit years. I swear he sounded like one of those infomercials.
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Ours went to the garage.
It's a stand alone convection oven. If you have a convection setting on your oven you already have an "Air Fryer"
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We were given a Philips Viva Collection HD 9220 about two years ago at Christmas. It makes killer chips and wings-
It's still going and does a great job. Only downside I can see with it is the small basket size. Amazon gives it a 67% rating.
I bought one from Costco about a month ago. It was no improvement over our convection oven. Quantity was too small to feed 2 people without cooking twice.
It went back.
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I have no idea on the air fryer but I have to suggest you look into an Instant Pot if you're looking for a healthy way to prepare fast, very flavorful meals. I've been listening to my family members and friends go on and on about them. The 20k+ reviews are right. The hype is completely real. It's even a good story how it came to be.
I found one on Amazon during Cyber Monday sales and we've made chicken thighs and yellow saffron rice, pork chops and potatoes with sauteed red pepper. Just got it a few days ago and the food is amazing with very little learning curve.
So basically the Instant Pot has ~5-10 useful features. It replaces several devices and puts them into one. I got this Instant Pot DUO Plus 6 Qt 9 in 1 for around $80.This message has been edited. Last edited by: bigeinkcmo,
I have a T Fla air fryer. Works great, we use it a lot.
What voltage it needs??
We have the Phillips Air Fryer XL. It will cook a whole chicken to absolute perfection.
We also have a 5 year old convection oven—doesn’t come close to achieving the super juicy meat, with awesome crispy skin like the air fryer.
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