Piece of trash. I was so excited to buy this oven, thinking it would be healthier, convenient & faster way to feed our family. The oven on tv isn’t the same version, so we upgraded. Food looked so delicious on tv wrong wrong! I used the rotisserie for a whole chicken but can only have a chicken weighing 4 lbs. To return it you must insure & sent usps or ups $105 later we sent it back. What a rip-off.
One of the stranger aspects of air fryers is that they recommend shaking the basket a few times during cooking to make sure the results are even. With the added weight of the foods you’re cooking, this can turn into something of an arm workout. Our top pick, the T-fal, was the exception here, with a self-stirring mechanism that we greatly appreciated for saving us that step.
This unit comes with a mesh basket and divider so you can cook two portions of food at once.  We also liked that the timer can be set up to 60 minutes which is double that of other models such as the GoWise or Avalon Bay Air Fryer.  On the top of the model, you’ll find two indicator lights, one for when the air fryer is turned on and the other for when the preheat temperature is reached.  This is a cool feature as it means you’re only cooking at the temperature that you set rather than wasting time as it heats up.

But it can rock out these super-crunchy spanakopita bites! These savory Greek phyllo pastries are filled with spinach and salty cheeses with just a little hit of lemon and heat. Classic spanakopita calls for brushing the phyllo with butter; this version calls for olive oil, which adds even more Greek flavor. Filled with nutrient-rich spinach, these crispy treats make an excellent party dish or appetizer.


It's an oven, dehydrator, rotisserie, air fryer and can even do your taxes. Ok maybe not the taxes part. What I love about this unit is how easy it is to use. The settings allow you to do so much. It's spacious enough for a whole chicken, yet compact enough to have on your kitchen counter space. The dehydrator is perfect for making healthy fruit and veggie chips. The air fryer is great for french fries, fish sticks, and chicken nuggets without the guilt. You can even stick a whole chicken in it, set it, and it'll do it's thing. Cleaning is also a breeze where you can take out the racks and trays to wash separately. Love this great addition to any kitchen. * I am writing this review as part of a contest.
The appliance looks like a large rice cooker fitted with a detachable tray where the ingredients are to be placed. Some models come with an inbuilt food agitator which churns the ingredients while cooking (check product details before making a purchase). Air fryers circulate hot air around the food (200 °C / 400 °F) at high speed to cook food such as potato chips, chicken wings, fish fillet, etc., and produce a crispy layer around it.
We put this to the test with chicken pieces, chips and fish, all of which came out crispy and equally browned on all sides.  Of course, as recommended by most recipes, we also flipped the food items midway through cooking.  Don’t expect the same results if you don’t do this.  Overall, it was clear all sides of the food were exposed to the hot air circulating around.
We started by compiling a list of popular brand names and models, drawing from retailer websites and online best-of sources. First and foremost, we were looking for products that were ETL certified. This certification shows that the product has been tested and approved in accordance with national safety standards determined by the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration and is safe for home use. We also looked for fryers that could cook enough food for an average family — roughly 2 pounds.
- Vents very hot air out the back, which I'd forgotten, and one night noticed one of my blinds was drooping and quickly realized it was because I had the fryer too close to the wall. I was able to bend the blind back into shape, well mostly straight anyways. LOL! Now I just make sure I pull the fryer out to the edge of the counter and have had no issues since.
I went to the store and there they were, same brand and everything. I split up the bag, and started one batch in the air fryer, and another in my oven with the convection off, then made a follow-up batch using the convection setting. The air fryer fries were nicely browned and crisp, but a bit hollowed out, seemingly at the expense of some pleasant creaminess inside. The no-convection oven batch was more leathery on the outside, creamy within, and noticeably less browned. The convection oven version landed squarely between the two.
I ordered the Power Air Fryer Oven on 12-26-17 and it was delivered 1-16-18. Took a long time because of a back order. I used it once and the second time we tried to use it the fan would not blow air. So we packed it up and mailed it back on 1-19-18. I have called twice to find out if our package was received and got no answers just told to call back. We paid for this in full and now we have nothing! This is very upsetting that I can't get any answer and we are out $171.00 with no oven to use.
The Philips XL Airfryer HD9240/94 model comes with a large 2.65lb cooking capacity (two bags of French fries or 3 pounds of chicken) and is more suitable for larger families. This unit uses a tablespoon of oil or even less to fry, grill, roast or bake your food at up to 390 degrees if necessary. The air fryer is equipped with a 60-minute timer with ready signal and auto shut-off, so you don’t have to sit and wait for your food to be ready. The name Philips XL also indicates that it will require additional space on the counter.
In addition to delivering crispy delights, your air fryer makes a pretty awesome countertop pizza oven. Whole-wheat pitas make a great fiber-forward crust, baking up nice and crisp. Opt for roma tomatoes; their smaller size makes them a good fit for these personal pizzas. Swap out toppings to customize your pizzas; since these cook in just 5 minutes, you can prep the next one while the first is baking.
Me too! The rotisserie cannot handle a 4 pound chicken or anything close. Even tied to the nines, there is virtually no clearance between the meat on the rotisserie and the drip pan. Same goes for the skewers. There is less than 1/2 inch clearance between the ingredients on the rotating skewers, and the drip pan, and so they rub against the bottom and cause things to slow down. It is a very bad design, although the concept is great. The interior (black) is nearly impossible to see into to place racks, rotisserie baskets, etc. and at counter level, you need a flashlight to see what you are doing and use your free hand to try to manipulate the food! Also, the door is just a removable hinged affair, very easy to fall off, while removing for cleaning. Like I said, great idea, but very poorly executed. Don't fall for all of those late night infomercials! Despite what the food looks like in their commercials, it just doesn't live up to them!
I have precious little counter space in my little kitchen, but this has a permanent home! I absolutely adore this thing. Best thing I've gotten since I got the Ninja 3 in 1 cooker. Those are the two appliances that have a home on my counter. Chicken wings in the fryer are awesome. You can also make some awesome brats or dogs in it and get a nice crispy crunch to the skins. I've done a few roasted veggies that are awesome. The quiche I made got a little over done but was terrific. I had bought the NuWave from QVC and absolutely hated that thing. I sold it before my convenient 5 pay option was over. It was so cumbersome and awkward to use in my small kitchen. The clean up on this one is so easy. you basically just rinse it out and dry it off. Attaching a picture of some wings I did today with some homemade blue cheese.
As stated above, an air fryer is a kitchen appliance that uses hot air circulation to cook food placed in the removable tray. The device’s oversized cooking chamber can heat air up to 400 °F, allowing you to prepare a variety of foods using it. Heated air is then passed through the food by to the exhaust fan located above the cooking chamber. This way heat is evenly spread around the food. Temperature can be adjusted manually or automatically if you are using preset programs.
Bring a pot of water to boil.  Add the cut red potatoes and cook for no more than 6 minutes.  Immediately remove the potatoes from the water using a strainer and place them on a kitchen towel to cool and to pat dry.  Once the potatoes have cooled to about room temperature (about 15 minutes), ensure they are “dry” then add them to a large bowl along with avocado oil, garlic powder and sea salt and pepper.  Coat the potatoes then add them to an air-fryer basket, preferably in batches, so not to overcrowd the basket which can lead to inadequate “frying.”  Food needs room to breathe.

Once the chicken was in the fry basket, I simply hit the “fry” button which set the air fryer at a temperature of 390°F for 30 minutes. The setting seemed accurate to me, so I didn’t adjust it. I started with the unbreaded and let it run the full 30 minutes. For the oven, I lined a sheet pan with foil and placed a rack over the foil. I baked the chicken on the rack, putting it in the oven at the same time as I set the air fryer. The air fryer works on a timer and shuts off when the food is done, decreasing the potential to burn the food or overcook your food. When the air stops circulating in the air fryer, the cooking process stops, unlike a hot oven that has recently been turned off—food left in the warm oven will continue to cook.  
With three levels of cooking surfaces, the manufacturer claims you can cook an entire family meal with just one device, while keeping an eye on the whole process through its crystal clear, extra-large window. When you’re finished, the Rotating Mesh Basket and other accessories are made of durable stainless steel, so they’re dishwasher safe for fast, easy cleanup.
Only worked less then 5 months. The oven will not shut off even with the door open. The only way to stop it is by pulling the plug. You don't even have to have the door on it and it will run. There is strong burning smell coming form it. And when I called about it, they said that my 60 days to return it was over. I ask if there was any kind of recall because of this safety issue and I was told no.
The Cozyna 3.7 QT is a perfect small and yet very powerful convection oven which you can use to cook just about anything faster and without the mess involved in traditional frying, roasting, baking or grilling. After you are done, you can quickly take it apart and pop it into the dishwasher. It is a great kitchen appliance which doesn’t take up too much space, and which uses minimal amounts of oil for preparing your meals.
I LOVE this 8 QT Power Air Fryer Oven! I had the 5.3 QT Power Air Fryer for almost a year and loved it, until the lock that keeps the basket attached to the pan broke. Sadly for me the outer pan landed on my foot with hot chicken wing grease. I wanted to find an Air Fryer that did not have a two piece slide out drawer that I had to be wary of. As soon as I saw this Power Air Fryer Oven I knew I had to try it. No Basket to shake, no handle lock to break. The door opens like a real oven. It even slides up and off to clean. This is one of the best decisions I have made. The oven cooks much more even than the regular air fryers. You can cook much more food either in quantity or variety at once in the oven. You are able to use one or all of the racks. Or you can space them to fit your foods. I have had zero issues with this and feel. It is very easy clean up, I just soak with dish detergent in the sink after I take the food out and by the time dinner is done, they are clean. I simply rinse and dry. No sticking, No scrubbing. I ordered the white to match my kitchen and love it.
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