An Air Fryer lets you enjoy all the taste of fried food without the fat. It allows you to cook all sorts of food from fish and chips with onions rings to roast potatoes and bbq salmon. It’s really easy to use, just plug it in, pop in your food and start cooking.
An air fryer creates a ‘mock’ deep fry taste to food without the need to actually submerge it in fat. Your food sits in a perforated basket and is surrounded by hot air that is circulated around the chamber very quickly so it reaches all of the surfaces of the food and creates a crispy crust. This is helped by adding a thin coating of oil to the food before cooking, but because it is cooked using hot air, the final results can be a lot healthier.
This health fryer comes with 7 pres-set cooking modes covering frozen chips, bacon, shrimp, chicken, steak, fish and cupcakes. Yes, cupcakes. Your airfryer can be used for baking and frying as it works in a similar way to a convection oven. If you use these preset modes the fryer will automatically switch off once the time had elapsed.
If you prefer to use the manual controls you can choose a temperature between 80-200˚C and set the timer for up to an hour. This will cause a buzzer to sound but it won’t automatically switch off the fryer, so you’ll need to do that bit yourself.
The basket of this large capacity air fryer comes with a divider to you can cook two different types of food at once. It is also dishwasher safe. Furthermore, because the air fryer uses so little oil there’s much less cleaning to do in general.
This air fryer has 1400w of energy so heats up in just a couple of minutes. Because you’re heating air rather than oil, you may also see savings on the electric bill as less energy is required overall.
There are lots of things you can cook in a digital air fryer. It makes cooking healthy meals easier but can still be used for indulgent treats and comfort food. We’ve included recipes and tips on how to use your air fryer for chips, roast potatoes, salmon, chicken drumsticks and more in the manual to get you started. You’ll also find air fryer recipes in the ‘Extra Info’ tab and on our blog.
|Product Dimensions||24cm L x 33cm W x 34cm|
|Boxed Product Weight||32cm x 32cm x 40cm|
|Primary Material||PP Plastic|
|Secondary Material||Stainless Steel|
|Box Contains||Air Fryer Unit, Fryer Drawer, Fryer Basket, Detachable basket handle, Basket Divider|
No. Do not add any flavours, salt, sweeteners, butter or oil to the machine. All flavours and seasoning should be added to the popcorn once it has been popped and removed from the machine. You can use the measuring cup to melt your butter but don’t pour it into the machine.
Mix together the honey, oil, salt and gochujan in a bowl then set aside around 1tbsp of the sauce for later use. Pop your brussels sprouts in the bowl and stir until they are fully covered.
Put the sprouts in the air fryer, take care to ensure they don’t overlap. Cook at 180C for around 15 minutes, shaking the basket halfway through. Turn the temperature up to 200C and cook for a further 5 minutes.
To serve, place in a bowl and cover with the reserved sauce.
*adapted from https://www.myforkinglife.com/sweet-and-spicy-air-fryer-brussel-sprouts/
Wash the apples thoroughly then cut into rounds approximately 1/8th inch thick. This is best done with a mandoline slicer.
Mix the cinnamon and salt in a bowl.
Arrange the apple slices in a single layer on a baking tray or something similar that’s easy to wash. Sprinkle with the cinnamon mix then put a single layer in your air fryer basket.
Cook at 200C for about 8 minutes, flipping halfway through, then repeat until all the apple slices are cooked.
**Adapted from https://thebellyrulesthemind.net/air-fryer-apple-chips/