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Rosemary Fried Potatoes with Air Fryer

If you don’t have an air fryer or didn’t test it yet, my suggestion is “just try it”. Because of excess oil, earlier I didn’t have fried foods too much. Air fryers characteristic of cooking with less oil tempted me to cook in it.

When first-time air fryer came at our home, my husband asked me what the item I wanted to cook then was. I answered that I wanted to cook frozen spring rolls for a quick experiment. I thought myself if the gadget could cook this favorably, than it would be OK.

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Is The Air Fryer Really Worthy To Fry Stuff?

Air Fryer Review - 80% Less Oil

The taste of deep-fried foods is excellent, but it absorbs so much oil so it may be liked by you but in addition, there is a presence of significant amount of fat. The highly promoted Philips air fryer give the guaranty that their air fryer fries food using 80 % less oil. But what is the taste of these fried foods? Over the few days, it has been being tested to find out the actual outcome.

When the test of Air fryer has come out, many of my co-workers were instantly doubtful. “How on this planet can you fry something without oil?” they wondered. The response, of course, was that you can’t. This cooking appliance uses a hot air by a fan with a top grill to heat the food from all sides. It is just like a small oven with a fan and resides on your cupboard.

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6 Foods That You May Try With Your Air Fryer

If you are feared of the fried items, air fryer is the most modernistic kitchen appliance that can be an exigent device for you. The function of the air fryer is almost similar to the convection oven, as it functions by spreading hot air around the food within its different parts.

Since in the air fryer food is cooked by hot air, so there is no chance to splatter the oil. Being cooked by the hot air, the food become crunchy in the outside and soft in the inside. Now health conscious people will be happy to know that it uses 80% less oil than traditional deep fried foods.

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