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Jan 21st '19, 13:43 PM  
DaisySW
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Air fryers - yes or no?

Do you have an air-fryer? Would you recommend one? What can you cook in an air fryer other than chips? What air fryer do you recommend?

So many questions sorry.
 
Mar 13th '19, 11:02 AM  
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I love my airfryer, I have the Philips HD9230 airfryer but they have been discontinued for new models.

Their ebay page has some listed with damaged boxes:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BOX-DAMAG...0/162672568652

Or latest models on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Air.../dp/B0757ZBDGF
Currently £40 off the HD9216 airfryer

HOWEVER as much as I do love it I find I rarely bring it out. Worst thing I did not so long ago is buy a min deep fat fryer for the kids, I loved deep fried chips when I was little and my diet was making them miss out however when I make them I can't resist
 
 
Mar 14th '19, 14:42 PM  
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I can imagine it being one of those things you don't use often. I hate everything on the kitchen sides and end up just using the oven and hob!
 
 
Mar 15th '19, 19:32 PM  
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I'm weak for kitchen gadget, so many haven't got used over time. Work has a halogen oven and I'm tempted to buy one of those now ... I can't help myself
 
 
 
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