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Old 03-12-2016, 09:00 AM
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I just purchased an air fryer and it is fabulous. I love it, makes fried chicken with no oil, great for grilled cheese sandwiches and french fries. So easy to use and clean up is nothing
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Old 03-12-2016, 09:26 AM
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every time i see it on tv i want to order it. so the food tastes just as good with one teaspoon of oil?
Not a mes with the oil on plastic to clen up?
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Will have to look that up...I've never heard of such a thing.

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We bake a lot and I'm not telling DH about it or he'll go get it. The price may deter him if he has seen it.
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Old 03-12-2016, 03:13 PM
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I saw one of these Air Fryer's on TV. It supposedly "deep fries: with air. Does any one out there is quilting land have one and how do you like it? Which one do you have?
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I have tefal Actifry, I use the spray canola oil in it. It makes great fries, chicken, prawns, I love it, I am a member of Slimming World, not sure if you have that in US, but it makes my food syn free. Can't recommend it highly enough.
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you're the second person that I've heard who loves their Air Fryer. I just recently heard of such a thing.
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Old 03-13-2016, 06:12 AM
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This is news to me, never heard of "airfry" anything. Can someone please give us a picture or better explanation of just what this is?
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Originally Posted by notmorecraft View Post
I have tefal Actifry, I use the spray canola oil in it. It makes great fries, chicken, prawns, I love it, I am a member of Slimming World, not sure if you have that in US, but it makes my food syn free. Can't recommend it highly enough.
I also have the Tfal Actifry but I can't make grilled cheese sandwiches in it so this airfry must be something different. With the Tfal, you use only 1 tbsp. of oil or even less and it will make fries, shrimp, wings etc. without lots of oil & they come out crisp & tasty, just like deep fried ones. You can't do breaded items like onion rings because they will come out like little nuggets. I have had mine ever since they came out & I have NEVER regretted buying one.
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Originally Posted by Yooper32 View Post
This is news to me, never heard of "airfry" anything. Can someone please give us a picture or better explanation of just what this is?
check it out on Amazon or youtube, they have videos. It makes chicken that tastes just like fried but with no oil. Its wonderful. I am using mine a lot
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