Philips unique Rapid Air Technology lets you fry with air to make food that is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Little or no oil is needed to ensure perfect texture and delicious results!
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Mon, 6 Nov 2017 | Review by: Johannes Z
It was a bit touch and go in the beginning to find the perfect timing for certain food items and mistakes were made. But after that short trail period, I really enjoyed this product. Chicken, steak and fries are tasty and super easy to do.
Making snacks or some meatballs you may want to invest in the wire tray (not sure what you call it) to double the quantity you can make in one go.
One airfryer is perfect for two people and although you can do a whole chicken (small) you might want to invest in another one if you want to make big meals for a bigger family.
I will not go with another model but the XL; since the XL in itself is not that big and going smaller is a bit cramped in my opinion.
Once you get used to the Airfryer, I am sure you will want to make everything in there and you will enjoy this product.
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Tue, 7 Nov 2017 | Review by: Nirvana
In love with this product! It makes food prep so much easier. I use it mostly to make chips and crumbed burgers. Love that you just set the timer and go about doing other stuff. I've used it to bake pies and pastries as well. It just takes a short time to preheat so much less hassle than using the oven. I also use it warm and crisp up already cooked pies and samosas. I bought the the double layer rack with skewers and made some fantastic chicken skewers too. I've tried to bake muffins in it but the circulating air blew them into a weird shape. The trick I've learnt is that due to its efficiency you normally have to set the temperature a bit lower than you would if you were doing it in a normal oven. My only problem is that the non-stick portion of the frying basket is a bit difficult to clean.
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Wed, 30 May 2018 | Review by: TwinMom
How can you go wrong with cooking a chicken to golden brown in 40 minutes? Cup cakes, muffins and even spring rolls from frozen! The best thing I ever bought for my kitchen!
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