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Air Fryer Use #8486803 12/26/21 02:21 AM
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OK, old dog here, learning new tricks. We have a really nice air fryer, but it stayed in the cupboard most of the time. After reading so many posts supporting them, I cleaned and put away the toaster and moved the air fryer to its place of honor on the counter.

Holy crap, I bet have used it 30 times this week!!Toast is great, warmed up zucchini bread, blueberry muffins, poppers, cheese sticks, crostini snacks, chicken wing, and fries so far!

Definitely learning new tricks. smile

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Rewarm steak too.

We just did a whole meal (re-heat) @ our hotel


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We use ours every day. I've even made a casserole in it.


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Okay now I have to get us one, sounds like the great way to reheat a lot of leftovers and cook other things!


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I don't just warm leftovers, I cook meals everyday in my air fryer.


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We cooks meals and use it also for leftovers, they really are good up


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Originally Posted by Stub
Okay now I have to get us one, sounds like the great way to reheat a lot of leftovers and cook other things!



We make poppers all the time in mine. Made garlic parm chicken wings last week.


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Works great on shrimp also !

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Fresh chicken wings and your favorite rub. Ready in 15 minutes!


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With the air fryer I eat things I would never eat growing up, like brussel sprouts, broccoli, and cauliflower. Each were lightly oiled with olive oil and seasoned.

My wife has cooked quite a lot with it in the few weeks we've had it.

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I’ve been debating on getting one. What brand and books do y’all use?

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We didn't have a clue what we were looking for, or features. My daughter said "This is what I have, and I like it the best". Has the trays plus a rotisserie basket.

https://www.amazon.com/Instant-Vortex-Plus-Rotisserie-10/dp/B07VM28XTR

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I’ve heard people say it’s just a connection oven. True?? We don’t own one, but I noticed the other day our
Microwave has a convection setting.

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We use it a lot for leftovers. It’s the only way we’ve found to reheat leftovers to nearly their original taste and texture. It’s the only way to re-heat French fries for sure.

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Originally Posted by shea.mcphail
I’ve been debating on getting one. What brand and books do y’all use?


My son has and likes the Ninja Foodie. We got a Cuisanart TOA 60 I guess because of the looks. It is going to live on the kitchen counter and I think the Ninja looks like a 1965 hair dryer or vacuum cleaner. If I'm going to have to look at it the Cuisanart just fit in with the other appliances.

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Originally Posted by bigbob_ftw
Fresh chicken wings and your favorite rub. Ready in 15 minutes!

OK, that was the last straw. Gotta get one now.

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Originally Posted by bigbob_ftw
Fresh chicken wings and your favorite rub. Ready in 15 minutes!

Wife makes me air fryer chicken wings every Sunday that we're not at the lease.


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had this for lunch. roasted boneless chicken breast with sweet chili sauce, toasted sesame seeds and green onions.

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Is there a difference between an air fryer and a convection oven?

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Not much difference, except for size. Air fryer has the heating elements on top, and the fan blows more airflow around the food. More concentrated heat cooks a little faster.

Generally, the convection oven heats from the bottom, or both top and bottom. Fan is normally on the back of the oven, and is lower airflow and quieter.

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