Philips Air Fryer Review - Fry Stuff
Aug 18

Is The Air Fryer Really Worthy To Fry Stuff?

Cooking Tips

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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Air-Fryer-Review-Cozyna
Aug 09

Cozyna Air Fryer Reviews  

Air Fryer Brand

The Cozyna air fryer is a new product; it retails for about $100-200. Strangely, it's not discussed at cozyna.com, a web page for coffee-related kitchen appliances that look compatible with the Cozyna air fryer.

Top three reasons why people choose Cozyna air fryers:

  • Low-fat cooking. As with other air fryers, most buyers are looking for an easy way to reduce fat intake.
  • Relatively low cost. While some similar products are even cheaper, the Cozyna air fryer is less expensive than competing products available in some real-world stores.
  • Efficient cooking for one or two people who don't want to fry too much at one time. Several reviewers mentioned the relatively small cooking space inside the Cozyna air fryer, as a good point (as far as they were concerned) or as a bad one.

Top five questions and answers about Cozyna air fryers:

Actually, Amazon's Q&A page showed only three entries so far. Possibly that's because some of the standard questions people asked about earlier air fryers are already answered on the main Amazon page for the Cozyna air fryer.

1. Where is this product made?

Answer: China.

2. Can it be used with 220-volt wiring?

Answer: Although the Cozyna is marked with metric measurements, it doesn't seem to be designed for use with non-U.S. wiring.

3. How big is this air fryer?

Answer: It weighs only 13.6 pounds (and holds only about 6 pints--3.2 liters--much less than the Big Boss holds, although reviewers hint that smaller amounts of food cook better even in the Big Boss). A Google search reveals that, so far, nobody seems to have measured the length and width of a Cozyna air fryer. That's hard to believe, but I checked seven different retail sites.

4. How much electricity does the Cozyna air fryer use?

Answer: 1500 watts.

5. How easy is the Cozyna air fryer to use?

Answer: It's so user-friendly that the only question anybody thought of asking about using it was "How do you open it?" (Answer: after opening the package, you remove the tape over the handle and pull out the handle.) It should come with a recipe book, and some customers report success with recipes of their own.

Conclusions:

This new, barely tested product seems to be standing up to the competition: on Amazon the Cozyna air fryer is showing about 4.5 out of 5 stars, on the basis of customer reviews.