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De'Longhi FH1363 MultiFry Extra, air fryer and Multi Cooker, Black
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- With multifry' s exclusive Surround cooking system and automatic mixing paddle, you can prepare healthier fried foods and delicious favorites
- Multifry is an innovative low-oil fryer that allows you to prepare delicious recipes with little or no additional oil. Enjoy healthier versions of your favorite fried foods
- The automatic mixing paddle consistently mixes food allowing you to fry, saute and roast a variety of recipes without stirring
- The innovative construction of the two heating elements surrounds the food with heat for a fast, even cooking process
- 60oz food capacity
- Clean-up is easy with the removable and dishwasher-safe lid, paddle and bowl.
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DeLonghi MultiFry Ultra Low-Oil Fryer and Multicooker (3.7lb)
Air frying is just the beginning. This versatile machine cooks, bakes and broils – deliciously. MultiFry is an innovative cooking appliance that’s both an air fryer and a multicooker. Now, you can easily prepare a wide variety of your favorite recipes on your countertop – from crispy french fries to sauces, from steaks to salmon. MultiFry even bakes pizzas, cakes and pies. The large 60oz food capacity of the FH1363 let's you prepare enough to please the whole crowd.
Crispy Frying - Minimal Oil
MultiFry is an innovative low-oil fryer that allows you to prepare delicious recipes with little or no additional oil. Enjoy healthier versions of your favorite fried foods.
With MultiFry's exclusive Surround Cooking System and automatic mixing paddle, you can prepare healthier fried foods and delicious favorites.
The automatic mixing paddle consistently mixes food allowing you to fry, saute and roast a variety of recipes without stirring. Remove the paddle for grilling, broiling and convection baking right on your countertop.
Surround Cooking System
The innovative construction of the two heating elements surrounds the food with heat for a fast, even cooking process.
Save Time - No Stirring
MultiFry's automatic mixing paddle saves you time in the kitchen by stirring and mixing for you.
With the FH1363, you can cook up to 3.7lbs of fresh potatoes and 3.3lbs of frozen potatoes for up to 8 servings of crispy french fries.
See What's Cooking
Easily monitor the cooking process through the BPA-free transparent lid.
Clean up is easy with the removable and dishwasher safe lid, paddle and bowl.
|Maximum Food Capacity||60 oz||53 oz||53 oz|
|Oil (for fresh french fries)||1 tbsp for 2.2 lbs||1 tbsp for 2.2 lbs||1 tbsp for 2.2 lbs|
|Oil (for frozen french fries)||None||None||None|
|Surround Cooking System||✔||✔||✔|
|Upper Heating Element||1200 watts||1200 watts||1200 watts|
|Lower Heating Element||200 watts||200 watts|
|Adjustable Power Level||4 levels||4 levels|
|Removable Bowl and Paddle||✔||✔||✔|
|One Touch Lid Release||✔||✔||✔|
De’Longhi MultiFry Extra, model FH1363, is an innovative cooking appliance that’s both an air fryer and a multicooker. Now, you can easily prepare a wide variety of your favorite recipes on your countertop – from crispy French fries to sauces and steaks to salmon. MultiFry Extra even bakes pizzas, cakes and pies. Air frying offers a healthier way to enjoy your favorite foods; little to no oil means less fat, without sacrificing the taste you love. De’Longhi MultiFry Extra’s even larger 60 oz capacity, which is more than double most air fryers on the market, allows you to prepare healthier fried foods and delicious favorites for a large group of friends and a big family. The Patented Surround Cooking System surrounds the food with heat to cook it evenly for best results in frying and cooking. Rapidly cook a range of dishes with the combined upper, fan assisted, and lower heating elements. Enjoy excellent cooking performance with the simultaneous convection and grill cooking process for food that is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. The exclusive design of the MultiFry allows cooking with or without the mixing paddle for an infinite variety of recipes. It is easy to use and create boundless recipes with its intuitive controls. Plus, the dishwasher safe parts make for a quick, worry-free clean up. Additional features include automatic mixing process, on/off heating element function, power level dial, removable mixing paddle, non-stick & anti-scratch ceramic coated bowl, transparent lid and removable timer.
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I'd seen one of those Top 10-type rankings of air fryers, which put Philips at the top, but they also mentioned the De'Longhi MultiFry as a good choice because of its flexibility. I knew from other De'Longhi products I've owned that the brand is solid and backed by a good warranty. But when it came, and I loved it, I still butted up against what a lot of reviewers here and elsewhere have underscored: Having the nebulous settings 1-2-3-4 with no sense of corresponding temperature limits your ability to adapt your own recipes to the MultiFry and requires you to use a limited number of recipes provided by De'Longhi.
I don't do recipes very well; I'm a throw-it-all-together kind of gal. I need to be able to guesstimate the best numbers for no-recipe concoctions. So I have persisted in trying to ferret out temperature settings for the MultiFry. After an extremely frustrating time trying to find the information on the De'Longhi website, reading even more reviews, and waiting many days for a response to my emails (only to be told I'd emailed the wrong place), I broke down and called them to explain why not knowing the actual temperature ranges of the dial numbers is problematic. The person I spoke to (at the U.S. site) did have to put me on hold for a while, but she managed to come back to me with some real honest-to-goodness numbers. She stressed that these temperatures are not precisely exact but do reflect an estimated temperature for each setting. (I didn't ask her if temps were in F or C, but it has to be F.) Here they are:
1 = 300 degrees
2 = 340 degrees
3 = 360 degrees
4 = 370 degrees
As always, the way the food cooks in the MultiFry will depend on whether or not the bottom burner is turned on, and this is something you just have to play with. I've found that a 9.25" cooling rack fits in the cooker great, and if the legs are short, you can sit a pie plate on top and cook casseroles in it. I love the way plain old unbreaded okra cooks up crisp with just a little oil and salt and also that I can make a fine grilled sandwich or two in it. The only thing I don't love about the MultiFry is that the little stob thing onto which the paddle arm fits prevents you from sitting anything flat on it. I'm hoping to find some kind of good ring or bundt-type pan that will fit in the MultiFry that will give me even more versatility with this cooker. So far, I have used it every day and will use it even more now that I have a better idea of the temperature settings. After losing 85 lbs., I have to admit it certainly is nice to be able to eat "fried" food again, knowing I'm not having to pay the high-caloric price.
Have you ever used something and known right away that it was going to work out for you? This is how we felt about the Multifry. This machine is magic and has earned a permanent place in our kitchen. It's one of those appliances where before you get it you wonder if you'll really use it or not and then once you have you wonder why you did get it sooner. The name Multifry is misleading as the food really is cooked by convection and not fried hence the reason its healthier. We found that the convection process really reduces the cooking time and when combined with the lower heating elements under the pan food is evenly cooked. So far we've not experienced any burnt crusty food which isn't good for you.
It hasn't mattered what we cook in this thing it provides a great tasting meal. Everything is well cooked and without more than about an ounce of oil if we add oil at all. I personally like roasted potatoes, yes let's throw in a few carrots but it's the potato's that I like. Typically, we've been roasting them on the bar-b-que in tin foil with a fair bit of oil to keep the spices on them and to keep everything from burning. With the Multifry we can enjoy roasted potatoes and other vegetables without the guilt of having used very little oil, mostly we can even get away without any at all. So far nothing we've tried has come out bad. We really appreciate that we can do this without using a microwave which isn't the healthiest cooking appliance.
So potatoes mean French fries. If you've ever had French fries done in the oven you know they end up having nowhere near the same taste as those from the fast food places. We found that the Multifry made excellent tasting French fries with no more than an ounce of oil! That's right, great tasting French fries that aren't going to make your arteries go looking for a drain cleaner after the meal.
Nothing we've cooked has taken more than 45 minutes to finish up. 45 minutes for a fully cooked healthy meal that you really don't need to check on. If it's something like potatoes or anything else that is cut into small pieces, think chicken breasts or cubes of beef, the rotating paddle keeps everything gently stirred so that everything is cooked evenly. This allows us to take care of other things while lunch or supper is being perfectly cooked. We really like that the food is always well cooked, never burnt, and it doesn't require a lot of attention.
While food is cooking it's very easy to check on it. Push the release button located on the front panel, the top opens up and the convection blower stops. It opens fairly wide making it easy to reach all the way in.
The manual has suggestions for cooking various foods and includes the amount of time you can expect it take with each as well as the recommended power setting, the power control is the yellow dial on the top towards the middle. The timer located in the front panel is a great idea, especially since you can remove it and take it with you (see image below). When you're done it just slides back into its holder so it won't get lost. It's another great idea.
I should note that the paddle is very hard to extract. It fits into its holder very tight and there is no release on it. You have to get a good grip and pull straight out. This little bit of work in no way takes away from us using it. We found its easier to pull out after the pan has cooled.
Since It worked so well on foods that were cut into small pieces it was time to try something else. We like fish but it's always messy to clean up. Since the pan cleans so easily we thought clean up here should be easy and it was, but how well would it cook anything that isn't stirred? Again because of the heating elements beneath the pan and the convection heating from above the fish worked out excellent. Moist with a slightly roasted exterior. Better and faster than in the oven or bar-b-que.
So far we haven't found anything that would make us hold back from recommending it. In fact, we've had friends over and cooked meals while they watched, some were pretty sceptical that the food would taste at all or that it would even be cooked and asked us what TV commercial we fell prey to. I'm pretty sure that at least a few couples have ordered their own. We ended up getting kudos every time. I'm not a chef and this thing makes me look good.
Ultimately with consumer products it's a matter of how complicated something is that will dictate how often it gets used. End result for us is it gets used three or four times a week. It's very simple to operate with or without the stirring blade. Using the stirring blade means you never again have to make sure you get back to the pot on time, it takes care of the food for you allowing you to attend to other things.
After using it clean up is simple. With the push down of a button on the front of the pan its handle pops up and unlocks the pan. Lift the handle and the whole pan easily slides out for washing. Since the pan is no stick you really only have to wipe it out with a wash cloth. The clear top shield pops out forwards after depressing the two releases on either inside of the convection element. Clean up is far easier than a typical frying pan or pots. Think of this more like washing up a crock pot, it's that simple.
This is a well thought out appliance that will actually get used in your kitchen and provide you with healthier foods that can have that fried taste if you want it without using gallons of oil. We like it, food tastes good, it's easy to clean, it cooks faster than other options we have, you don't have to watch over it, and it makes healthy good tasting French fries so what's not to like?