Airfrying is definitely the new craze right now and I am personally very obsessed with it. When you have kids, it can be quite tricky to cook, especially when frantic times of the day arrive.
As such, I make use of machines that make my life easier as much as possible. Without a doubt, being a mom is hard, so getting all of the help that I can get is probably the smartest thing that I do on a regular basis. Thankfully, I have an airfryer now.
I have been using my airfryer for a few weeks now and would describe it as a small oven on steroids. It is incredibly fast and very effective and can crisp up food like nothing else. The best part is that I can make foods that my kids love, but in a healthier manner and with minimal fat. I no longer worry about trans-fat, either.
While I know that fat is important for a child’s development and brain, the mere thought of deep frying food still sends shivers down my spine. I do not like the idea of filling up a pot with a ton of coconut oil just to make some healthy chips for my children, either, because it simply isn’t affordable. Thanks to my airfryer, I can just use a tablespoon of oil and get the same results as regular fried food – just without the guilt.
On the first day that I used my airfryer, I cooked some beetroot chips, roast pumpkin, grain-free Thai Fish cakes and vegetable ratatouille. Everything tasted great and I was particularly impressed by how quickly the airfryer worked. It only took 15 minutes to make the pumpkin, 10 minutes to make the fish cakes and 20 minutes to make the crispy roast chicken. In a regular oven, it usually takes 15 minutes to preheat the food and a whole hour to roast the crispy chicken.
The beetroot chips were delicious, too. All that we did was slice up some raw beetroot and mix it with some salt and coconut oil before throwing them in the airfryer for 15 minutes. The beetroot chips ended up crispy enough for the kids to turn them into one of their favorite snacks.
I have had a lot of fun with our airfryer so far and I would highly recommend it to any family out there that is looking for a fun and versatile machine to cook with.
So far, my favorite airfryer recipe is for garlic prawns. Let me teach you how to make them.
- 100g of cashews
- 70g of frozen shelled green prawns
- 2 chopped shallots
- 2 teaspoons of minced garlic
- 2 tablespoons of sweet chili sauce
- 1 tablespoon of melted coconut oil
- Chopped coriander
- Salt and pepper
- Use a big mixing bowl to mix all of the ingredients together.
- Place the ingredients into your airfryer for 10 minutes on 200 degrees.
Generally speaking, airfryers are both fun and functional. Plus, they can help you serve delicious and healthy favorites to the family with crispy results and less fat. Airfryers use patented Rapid Air technology, so you can use air to cook delicious food with up to 80% less fat.
If you need more ideas on what to cook with your airfryer, simply do a quick search online. You will find a lot of safe recipes and creative recipes to last you a lifetime of healthy cooking.
Welcome! I’m happy you’re here. I'm Sara McConnell. I have a passion for cooking and desire to make healthy eating easy, tasty and fun. I often spend my free time searching for, creating and trying tasty new recipes in my kitchen. Through the blog i want to share with you my cooking experience, and I hope it can help you. Thank you so much for visiting!