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Hot air frier? #7630750 10/12/19 04:45 PM
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Pros, Cons, suggestions? Mainly for fish and chips, I like crispy. thanks, capt david

Re: Hot air frier? [Re: captdavid] #7630789 10/12/19 05:29 PM
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I like mine. I had greasy food so it’s a good alternative. Certain things just don’t work very well in them though. Okra is not a good thing. I’ve done steak, chicken, pork, fries, vegetables, shrimp. Haven’t tried fish in it but I’m also not a big fish fan anyways. Suggestions on time usually leaves it under cooked or over cooked. Have to learn it yourself.

Re: Hot air frier? [Re: captdavid] #7631044 10/13/19 12:16 AM
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Love it. We have two and use them every day.


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