Advice on using an air fryer, cookbook

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taxlady

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First "dive in" to the air fryer and am very pleased. The first thing I did was to reheat some leftover breaded catfish we had for supper on Wednesday. Perfect result. Nice and crispy, just like it came out of the skillet. Then I cut up a HUGE russet potato to make fries. Again, perfect. I think I'm going to really like this appliance!

Cool. Do you mind telling us what you did to make the fries?
 

Katie H

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lastmanstanding

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Masterchef Australia's season 14 episode 29 featured cooking with airfryer.
Although it's just a washed up show, there could be something to learn about cooking in air fryers.
 

jimmywang

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That is, a high-quality product after the air fryer. Saves money compared to conventional ovens and cooks faster than ovens, requiring less cooking time for ready meals. I would say this size is 25L, I use it to cook for a large family of mine. My kids absolutely love the smell of air fried food

The most important thing is safety, my favorite is that the hysapientia can be a good match to your home outlet. Open the oven door halfway through cooking and it will automatically power off. This reassures me.
 
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