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I have posted this in one of my deals however, I think this is a great topic for discussion.

My personal recipe:

Grab some Aldi french fries (79p) and put them for 180C Degrees for about 15 minutes and once done pull the handle slightly and let it air out.

Then, in a bowl, I put hot paprika, garlic and Himalayan salt. I put the chips in it and add some malt vinegar. The malt vinegar not only adds a pleasant tast but it allows the spices to stick to the chips. Once added, I put more hot paprika, salt and garlic. Then I flip the food as if I am flipping food on a pan.

Grab a fork and go.

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To those of you not sure whether you should purchase one Air Fryer, I think it's a great investment. I am a quick cook, I don't like elaborate dishes or taking too long to cook. Also, I try to minimise the amount of bad calories I get and frying chips is not something I am willing to do. So the air fryer comes in handy, it's easy to cook, to clean and I use no oil or barely any. With chips I don't use any, with chicken I spray any of the oils I have.

I posted some deals so far about air fryers and in some I explain my rationale to which one to get.

P.S.-Sorry about any grammar/spelling errors

LordUnbox
2 months ago
What do you think of this?
Glitterandgold
Glitterandgold2 months ago

Apart from using it for corn on the cob & halloumi, Our air fryer has hardly had much use. So I'm interested in peoples suggestions too.

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LordUnbox
LordUnbox
Original Poster
2 months ago

Have you tried to do others foods? Curious to know your experience.

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgold2 months ago

Susana I tried cooking some chicken fillets in it, but I thought it left the chicken dry. Poss I just over cooked it the first time tho.

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LordUnbox
LordUnbox
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2 months ago

Glitterandgold Were you following any recipe? Which temperature and time did you use? And how many watts does your air fryer have?

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TheChimp
TheChimp2 months ago

15 minutes seems a long time to cook a few chips.

Do they come out the same as if you deep fried them? I doubt it very much.

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LordUnbox
LordUnbox
Original Poster
2 months ago

I would wager they are equally good. Best I can do for you is next time I do some, I comment with thread at least with a picture.

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loveglitches
loveglitches2 months ago

We don’t have a microwave and use the air fryer mostly to warm up some food, instead of warming up in a oven i do it in at fryer lol , also use it for frozen chips , otherwise I found it useless to be fair .I love my food to be cooked from the scratch and when I made fish fingers They were very dry , frying on the pan is much better taster

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