In terms of accessories, you get an e-book and physical cookbook with more than 40 recipes.  Perhaps the biggest incentive to give this air fryer a go, is the 2 year warranty which suggests a quality build.  However; we did find it hard to slide the bottom drawer or ‘container’ back in and it required multiple attempts.  In fact, several online reviews have also pointed out this issue and it looks to be a design oversight from the brand.
If you want to cook snacks or food for your entire big family at once, then the Secura 1500 could be the best option for you. It has a high capacity and large 3.2-liter basket.  You will have full control over what you are cooking thanks to the modifiable temperature control from 180 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. It uses very little oil and instead cooks the food via hot air and rapid hot air circulation. This means much fewer calories and Trans fats and much healthier and delicious snacks and meals for you and your family.
I followed the Leah Chase's Oven-Fried Chicken recipe to test the second batch of chicken. After dredging, I brushed each piece of chicken with a light coat of olive oil in order to soak up the flour and prevent it from caking up and not “frying” correctly. I set the airfryer to 410°F for 30 minutes and preheat the oven at 425°F. However, 10 minutes into baking, the oven started to smoke really bad, so I turned the temperature down to 400°F. (I suspect the excess flour on the pan was burning.) Halfway through cooking, I flipped the chicken in both the oven and air fryer and noticed the bottom breading stuck to the basket in the air fryer, so I would definitely recommend spraying the basket with cooking spray. Naturally, the oven batch took 15 minutes longer (45 minutes total) to cook since I turned the temperature down. The air fryer chicken again cooked quicker, was crisper, and did not smoke up the kitchen. In fact, the air fryer batch was delightfully crispy and the breading was fully cooked through—no soggy bits to be seen. The drawback, again, was that it could only hold a few pieces of chicken. That said, though the oven batch may not have been quite a crisp in the breading, I will say, the flesh was much juicer. 
Thanks to Philips’ patented Starfish technology, all food is exposed to constant, circulating heat allowing you to cook your favorite foods with a tablespoon or less of oil. The result is evenly fried food – with no turning needed - even when food is piled up. In addition to the heated air flow, powerful direct heat from above quickly crisps the food for delicious, golden-brown results while draining excess fat.
This recipe was absolutely delicious!! I just got my air fryer for Christmas and this is one of the first things I have tried.  Not only was it easy but a recipe  I am sure I will go back to many times.  I served it to my husband and son and they both loved it.  I had no left overs so now I need to find another Skinny taste recipe for dinner tonight.
As someone that has avoided a deep fryer all of her years – yes, even for my doughnuts chapter in my cookbook I used a large,deep frying pan- I really wanted to try an Airfryer out. The secret to the healthy frying is that the Phillips Airfryer uses their proprietary Rapid Air Technology. Thanks to this technology, the airfryer fries, bakes, roasts and grills with little to no oil, making it a perfect solution for fast, tasty and healthy meals and snacks.

We all love fried food, but the quantity of oil is very high in it which makes the food unhealthy for us. That is why we need to change our way of cooking and for that Airfryers are introduced in the world of cooking. They perform various multiple options of cooking without using any oil or very less amount of oil to make food healthier for us. A confusion still remains in our mind about how to select best Air Fryer, that will suit our need or not. Let us discuss Air Fryers in brief and also check out some latest models of Air Fryers along with their price list. View Air Fryer Review.
I followed the Leah Chase's Oven-Fried Chicken recipe to test the second batch of chicken. After dredging, I brushed each piece of chicken with a light coat of olive oil in order to soak up the flour and prevent it from caking up and not “frying” correctly. I set the airfryer to 410°F for 30 minutes and preheat the oven at 425°F. However, 10 minutes into baking, the oven started to smoke really bad, so I turned the temperature down to 400°F. (I suspect the excess flour on the pan was burning.) Halfway through cooking, I flipped the chicken in both the oven and air fryer and noticed the bottom breading stuck to the basket in the air fryer, so I would definitely recommend spraying the basket with cooking spray. Naturally, the oven batch took 15 minutes longer (45 minutes total) to cook since I turned the temperature down. The air fryer chicken again cooked quicker, was crisper, and did not smoke up the kitchen. In fact, the air fryer batch was delightfully crispy and the breading was fully cooked through—no soggy bits to be seen. The drawback, again, was that it could only hold a few pieces of chicken. That said, though the oven batch may not have been quite a crisp in the breading, I will say, the flesh was much juicer. 
This spicy air-fried cauliflower bites recipe checks all the boxes, whether you're having vegetarian friends over to watch the game or you just enjoy recipe mashups starring your favorite flavors. A smidgen of blue cheese adds a lot of flavor to the quick stir-together sauce. (If you’re not a fan of pungent blue cheese, try milder gorgonzola, or even feta.) To make this no-fuss recipe even easier, pick up a package of pre-cut cauliflower florets.
I grew up just about an hour South of Buffalo, New York and I have definitely consumed my fair share of Buffalo Wings. We would eat them every Friday night and everyone in town had their opinion on who made the best wings in town. In our house, the wings almost always came from The Cherry Lounge. But, I’ve never actually been there… Being that it was a “lounge” and I was in high school, I was never actually allowed in. So, my mom would just get a to-go order and bring them home for us. I love them super spicy, and they have to be served with icy cold celery sticks and blue cheese (not ranch). text
What if our top-rated toaster oven added the ability to air fry? Well, you'd get the Breville Smart Oven Air. You will pay top dollar for this handsome hunk of brushed stainless-steel, but you'll get the performance you'd expect to come along with it. In air fryer mode, it consistently turned out crispy food and chicken nuggets that tasted fried. It also sports intuitive and accurate digital controls (sorely missing on the Philips and Krups), along with automatic preheat and a bright oven light.

Enjoy fast and healthy meals with the Power AirFryer Oven Plus. This 6 Quart fryer uses superheated air to grill, bake, roast or fry family favorites like chicken, french fries, onion rings and even desserts. The Oven Plus has eight one-touch preset functions and may be used as a dehydrator or a rotisserie. Watch while it cooks an entire chicken in no time at all. This cooking marvel heats up to 400F, and there is a drip tray that catches fat and oil. Clean up is easy because theres little to no oil, and the accessories are dishwasher safe. Get that indulgent fried food taste without the fat and calories with the Power AirFryer Oven Plus.



Bought oven in June of this year, used about 4-5 times. Cooking French Fries on the french fry timer and the inside glass on the door shattered. Contacted Seller only to be treated like I did something wrong. Sent me a postage paid return label and I had to box up and take it to Fed Ex to return. Now they want me to sign a Release Form that basically relinquishes them for any wrong doings for the old oven as well as the new oven before they will send me a new oven that I already paid for. Totally Ridiculous! One step away from calling Better Business Bureau.
Believe it or not, your air fryer has more than one superpower. In addition to delivering crispiness without loads of fat, it also delivers crunchy roasted broccoli that doesn’t turn that oh-so-unappealing army green color. And what’s broccoli without cheese sauce? This creamy delight is easy to make ahead—just reheat it right before serving, then drizzle away. 

Hi! I’m Cathy. I’ve escaped from a peculiar Northern California college town that built an underground tunnel to save toads from the potentials of vehicular frog-slaughter. I now live in Mcminnville, Oregon where my husband and I have planted a vineyard, started a winery and make wine in the heart of Oregon wine country. I love mayonnaise, butter and Jewish men. Barry, Jerry and Larry come to mind. Gluttony is my sin of choice. Welcome to my weird and wonderful world.
BONUS ACCESSORIES: Large Air Fryer Basket with Detachable Basket Handle – Deep-Sided Air Flow Racks & Enhanced Leverage Rotisserie Assembly for increased cooking capacity or cook different foods at one time - 2 New Digital Pre-Sets: Pizza & Reheat Restaurant-Style Rotisserie Stand for displaying, serving & carving rotisserie meals - Removable Glass Door for easy cleaning – Rotisserie Locking System – Premium Metal Inner Housing.
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