“This worked very well, and I would recommend it to anyone who cooks in small amounts and doesn’t want to heat up the big oven or use an oil fryer. It’s big enough to hold dinner for two: eight to ten wings, or a couple of small salmon fillets on one side and a handful of frozen fries on the other, using the divider included with the product … I would not call the foods ‘fried’ per se, rather they are very nicely roasted. I will still use my oil fryer to make real fried foods (battered), but this air fryer will see a lot more use for roasted vegetables, fish, chicken, etc. I like it very much.”
Overall, this air fryer is an excellent pick for anyone looking to get a quality analog appliance that does a fine cooking job.  We do find it to be slightly expensive considering the limited accessories that come with the unit.  However; if you’re happy to fork over the cost then we highly recommend this little cooker.  One more thing…it’s endorsed by Gordan Ramsay.
Even if you don’t have a huge deep frying machine, and you’re just using a pot of oil and a strainer, there’s still constantly the potential for issues. After all, you have a huge vat of oil just sitting on the stove. What happens if you accidentally drop in food from too high, and splatter oil on yourself? Or What happens if you spill oil on the burner? What happens if you knock something else into the oil? An air fryer lets you get the high heat and intense crispiness of a deep fryer, but it’s oil free, removing many of the dangers.
The NuWave was easy to use but not easy to clean. The air fryers that prepared the crispiest and most evenly cooked chicken and fries were the ones with wire baskets – like this one – instead of thick metal baskets with large holes cut out of them. Unfortunately, the wire basket ones were harder to clean. We struggled and scraped at first but then decided to soak them all for a bit. The Brio's basket was still harder to clean than a lot of others, but the crispy food it produced was worth it. Although we cleaned it by hand, this basket can go in the dishwasher.
When it comes to the “latest and greatest” kitchen gadgets, I’ll be the first to admit I have some baggage. A few years ago, my brother nearly ruined Christmas dinner by using an “As Seen On TV” infrared oven (a gimmicky predecessor to the air fryer) to “re-fry” my mom’s Vietnamese imperial rolls. Not only did it take forever, but the rice paper wrappers emerged from the “miracle machine” with an extremely unappetizing plastic-like texture. It was a grim meal that my mother has never let him forget.
When cooking is complete, a beep will sound off and the unit will switch to standby mode.  Your food sits in a detachable, non-stick calphalon coated cooking basket which itself sits in a draw.  The smart design means that when you pull out the draw, you can then detach the basket via a button guard which prevents the draw from dropping off.  The parts that you need to clean – the cooking basket and the drawer – are dishwasher safe making the job super easy (a cloth with warm water should be able to get the job done).

7-in-1 MULTI-COOKING CONVENIENCE: The Power Air Fryer Oven Elite is a state-of-the art electric air fryer & multi cooker that replaces a toaster and convection oven, deep fryer, rotisserie oven, dehydrator oven, pizza grill & microwave. You get maximum versatility to make many of your favorite recipes. It does all of the thinking for you and shuts off automatically to prevent overcooking. You don’t have to be a professional chef to make air fried French fries or chicken wings,authentic rotisseri
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