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Air Fryer by Cozyna (3.7QT) with airfryer cookbooks (over 50 recipes)
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- Full flavor, zero guilt by using less oil: The air fryer technology is the healthiest alternative to frying with oil
- All in one: Fries, grills, bakes, and roasts food using a tablespoon or less of oil to make chicken, burgers, fish, fries and more
- 2 exclusive cookbooks included: This air fryer comes with 1 cookbook and additional e-book with more than 50 recipes included
- Dishwasher safe: All parts are dishwasher-safe for a quick and easy clean up
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The cozyna airfryer is the healthiest way to cook your favorite foods such as fries, and hamburger. By allowing you to cook with a spoon or less of oil, the air fryer is the perfect tool to make healthier meals. In average, you will use less than 70% of oil by using the air fryer.
The cozyna Airfryer's parts are dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning. Included are 2 famous recipe books with over 50 recipes combined created exclusively for the Airfryer.
Here are its specifications:
- 1500 Watts
- 3.2 Liters capacity
- Fries, grills, bakes, and roasts food using a tablespoon or less of oil
- 30 Minute Timer
- Adjustable temperature up to 392 degrees
- Dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning
- Includes 2 cookbooks with more than 50 recipes
Live a Healthier Lifestyle while still Enjoying Your Favorite Food!
Just because you want to improve your eating habits doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your favorite food! With the Cozyna low fat fryer, you can cook in a variety of different ways, and that of course includes frying! The best part about frying in the Cozyna Airfryer is that you only need a tablespoon of oil or less so on average you will be consuming about 70% less fat than you would when cooking with a traditional deep fryer!
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It’s important before buying that you understand what an ‘Air Fryer’ is - and I use quotes intentionally… the marketing is very misleading. This is a convection oven. It’s not a replacement for a deep fryer. It can’t fry. It can’t deep fry. There is no frying. With that cleared up, it doesn’t take away from it’s ability or promise.
This is a very high powered (by that I mean high heat + a powerful fan) convection oven. The reason this cooks so well over a tradition convection oven is due to it’s small size, shape, and the far more powerful fan. I own and use often a very nice convection oven from Breville. For many things, the ‘Air Fryer’ is far superior.
It lends itself to a deep frying comparison due to its ‘basket’ and that it’s exceptionally well positioned to make traditionally fried food. It works really well on things like frozen french fries, tots, burritos, frozen breaded meats, egg rolls etc. If you’re into frozen foods; things you’d generally drop into a deep fryer for a couple minutes- you’ll likely be very happy. This is an exceptional french fry cooker. So much in fact that I’d recommend this over a normal deep fryer for those types of foods. It cooks as well without all the oil and mess for that type of thing.
Understand though that you could cook all these things in a regular convection oven, with the same result, and a bit more effort and time.
Since it’s really just a very high powered convection oven it’s also great at things you’d normally cook on any other oven. It makes great chicken and other meats, roasted veg, and really anything else you can imagine. The key difference between this and any other convection oven is it’s power and speed - along with very easy clean-up.
It’s also the PERFECT bacon cooking appliance. This thing turns out perfectly crisp bacon in about 5 minutes without the greasy stove-top or flipping/turning since it cooks on all sides simultaneously.. In addition you get fantastically clean bacon grease in the bottom of the fryer to save for later use. No need to strain. This alone, is worth the price if like me you eat a high fat/low carb diet.
Where it falls short - and this is all due to marketing - is that it’s not a deep fryer. It’s not a fryer, period. If you’re expecting the same results from this device that you get frying chicken in a pot of lard, you are in for a very disappointing experience. If you expect anything close to frying, you’re in for a bad time. This is NOT a fryer. It is an oven. It’s a really, really great oven.
That’s my review of ‘Air Frying’ in general now for this device…
I love the build quality of this thing. It’s well made. It’s well designed. The ‘flip switch’ to disconnect the basket from the fryer bed is really well designed. It’s size makes it easy to leave on a counter and if you choose, wash the parts in a dishwasher fitting on the top rack. Having only owned it a couple weeks I can’t say how well it will hold up with dishwasher cleaning but my guess is that you’d best be advised to hand clean it like anything with teflon surfaces.
It’s likely perfect for the average person, or maybe two people. While it fits a large amount of fries or that type of food you can pile up, it lacks surface area to cook more than two chicken breasts or fish filets at the same time.
I love the appearance in general but in particular the blue lights. What a silly thing to compliment an appliance about - but it looks really nice when it’s on.
It pauses the heating when you remove the basket automatically and resumes when inserted- but I found figuring out the difference between heating and preheating confusing. The display is simple, which is good, but also lacks some basic info. You get two indicators - heat and time. Adjusting those things is easy but the display blinks and beeps no matter what you choose so I found figuring out the difference between the current info and the desired info confusing. There may not actually be a difference… it may also be moot as this device ‘preheats’ in a matter of seconds.
This thing comes with two ‘cook books’. Garbage. They are tiny pamphlets with recipes you will never in your life make and none of the info you want. There is a cooking chart but I also found that to be mostly useless. You’ll find yourself using Google to figure out suggested times for cooking nearly everything. The rule of thumb I’ve found is follow usual directions but decrease heat and time by about 30%. You have to experiment.
I really like this thing. I didn’t expect to like it so much. I also didn’t expect to like to so much that I just ordered a much larger (twice the size) fryer from Amazon. I think I’d like a larger size so that I wouldn’t have to cut my bacon in half, and also have a larger surface area for things such as large fish filets. I’ll update my review once I make a comparison but I really have no major complaints about this model.
LATEST UPDATE 10/28/17: Here are a few things I've made in the fryer and consider to be a great success. I will continue to update as I try new things. Note: I cook everything at 400 degrees as I've found no advantage to cook at a lower temp- unless cooking delicate things.
Frozen Fries/Tots - no need to use oil as they are typically pre-fried. You can fill the basket and only shake once or so, they come out fantastic. Typical cook time depending on thickness is 5-10 mins.
Home-made fries - equally well cooked, but you need to add a tablespoon of oil to get the crisp, deep fried effect. Cook time depends on cut but 10-20 mins.
Frozen Burritos - perfect. As good as a deep fryer. Rub them in oil before cooking to get that deep fried look and texture even though they are pre-fried. 5-10 mins.
Bacon - Seriously this is the best and easiest way to make bacon. Cook for 5 minutes depending on the thickness.
Chicken, tossed in flour - Wow, take a breast, toss it in flour and cook for 15 minutes flipping once. It’s not the same exactly as deep fried but oh my, you get a nice crispy crust and perfectly cooked chicken.
Breakfast Sausage - 5 minutes and you get wonderful links cooked perfectly inside, but crusty casings
Thick Italian Sausage - 10 minutes, they look grilled.
Kale Chips - I was hesitant but I tried them, and I'll be darned if they aren't kinda tasty. The air fryer makes them perfectly in about 5 minutes vs 20 mins in an oven.
Grilled Cheese - I thought I had perfected the grilled cheese after 40 years of frying them. I was wrong. Bread, a bit of butter, cheese - perfect. You get fried bread but it's also light and fluffy vs. pan frying. Really impressed. No need to flip!
Quesadilla - perfectly crisp tortilla and melted cheese/fillings in just 5 minutes. Again, no need to flip.
Frozen Burgers - again they look pan fried and I'm really impressed.
Nachos - wow, there is no better way to make nachos.
I think I'm going to stop updating the cooking list... honestly I think at this point it'd be easier to make a list of things that don't work great in an air-fryer. Everything I've tried has been great you just have to adjust the cooking times down about 30% or so. The fact that things get cooked on all sides at the same time just makes a world of difference.
I mean't to add this update a long time ago... I eventually replaced this model with the more expensive Phillips fryer. In retrospect, I should have kept this one. The Phillips is great, no problem with it at all - it's just not any better than this one. The Phillips claims to be bigger, and I suppose it is technically because it has more 'volume' but it doesn't have more pan space. So while you can pile fries a bit higher, you can't cook more burgers or chicken etc. The Phillips also comes with accessories such as a grill pan and a few other things... I can't list them because I've already forgotten about them. I have never used the accessories it comes with that I was convinced I needed at the time. Also the Phillips takes more space on the counter without any benefit; and it doesn't have the pretty blue lights. If you're on the fence get this one - I wish I'd kept it.
So we bought this after looking at the more expensive fryers offered by Philips . The result? We Love it! It makes nice crispy fries and other "snack" foods, perfectly. (Hint Shaking the basket is a good thing, as well as warming it up for 1-2 mins) It cleans easily, and the kitchen does not smell of oil. We find that an average fries bag from the supermarket can make 2 1/2 batches.
I like the compact design, it has 2 nice "handles" at the back which I use to push it in and out of the counter. Solid timer, not complicated control, a nice satisfying ding to tell you it's done. Cleanup is very easy.
THE COMPANY: (look at this , you guys!)
In short, they a) communicated in a personal way when we bought the product and b) they sent me a replacement basket for a basket that we destroyed - totally our fault- . (see below)
I believe companies like that should get rewarded with our business. They certainly are being rewarded with my loyalty - for life. So, buy the fryer!:-)
The long story
Here is an actual exchange between me and Cozyna's customer service, after they sent me a personalized email
My name is Elodie and I am the co-owner of Cozyna. I wanted to personally thank you for your order , it means a lot to us.
We are a small company and the way we see it, you are now part of the Cozyna family. We will go above and beyond to give you the best experience. So, if you have any questions or issues about your order or product, please contact us or reply to this email. We are here to help!"
Reply after a few weeks by me, after we had a mishap (totally our fault)
Hi. Actually I have good news and bad news. The good news? We LOVE the fryer. We get crispy fries and no fryer smell.
The bad news? We need a replacement part. My wife accidentally set down the basket on the stove , while it was hot (the stove) , and it melted the plastic part of the basket , including the piece that activates the heater.
So, can you help me? Can I guy the plastic part? I know it fastens with 3 screws . Or can I buy the replacement basket overall?
Let me know , and thank you again for the product.
Response from them:
We are very sorry about this issue. Your happiness and satisfaction is our main priority so we are sending you a replacement basket right away. Once again, we apologize for the inconvenience and if you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
There are plenty of air fryers on Amazon. I chose this one because the price was fair (The price I paid was 109.00. I Don't know why the review is saying it's 199.00 now) it's well designed, and comes with a really nice recipe book. There are only 2 pieces to clean, a basket and what the basket sits in. You can just fill the 2 pieces with hot water and soap to sit a few minutes and then wipe it clean. Super easy. Since you use little to no oil, the inside of the machine always stays clean. I've tried wiping it down inside but there just isn't any residue. Perhaps if you used a fattier cut of meat or more oil there would be a slight amount of residue inside.
Attached picture: Air "fried" potatoes. Raw to perfect in 15 mins. ½ teaspoon olive oil, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, seasonings.