Very satisfied with the machine, wide range of applications easy to clean and fast!
Stunning little thing with an awesome app with recipes, timer and cooking instructions. Bought accessory kit with steak, rear and muffin molds! It cost almost as much as the machine but it's worth it!
Most kitchen appliances for the languishing, but this is used all the time!
Super easy to use, easy to clean, you do not need no oil for it to be good even though you can use airfyer with oil. Nice that you can set the clock to take care of the food itself then is finished :)
I do not eat potatoes and I have only tested this with sweet potato, which is more carrot than potatoes. It was "ok" sötpommes. Will not do it again.
I first noticed a few flaws: The timer is awkward but it works. Feels like a minimum setting about 3-4 minutes. Can be difficult to add an "extra burst". Canceling with spinning back is hard and feels as inappropriate. Cleaning the basket can be a bit ehem, hard to remove food pieces in the border around the grid.
But I'm satisfied then? UH-HUH! : D
Like man and eat a lot of spring rolls, frozen or own (does not matter) it's totally awesome to have a Airfryer. Get the job done quickly, cleanly, and does not smell throughout the kitchen. Do not think too complicated: throw everything in the basket, crank it up, spin it to 15 minutes, shaking the basket halfway, * ding! * You gots a party.
Approximately 400 rolls have been "fried" by Airfryer with me. If you find it's best to fry in oil or frying usual, then you are truly dedicated to stand in the kitchen for several hours. Forget it, your guests are not worth so much effort. It does not matter if someone you are not completely perfect, the frying process hundreds of rolls without burn, like it was popcorn.
Short lesson on spring rolls, all part of the "dim sum" aka "appetizers", differs between countries and different cooking modes:
"Hong Kong" spring rolls, aka "The Egg Rolls", with wheat paper, filled with at least cabbage and carrot.
Cha giò (Vietnam), aka "NEM", with rice paper, always meat, vegetables and the vermicelli and has a more marinaded flavor. Purchased frozen cha gio spring rolls are pre-fried, deep-frozen, and contains little oil. The oil in these may spread into the basket.
Goi Cuon (Vietnam), aka "fresh rolls" aka "summer rolls", with rice paper, are cold, can only be made and served fresh, with fresh ingredients and are not fried.
Now you know more about the spring rolls and nothing about the fries.
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