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GoWISE USA 5.8-Quart 7-in-1 Air Fryer with 7 Cooking Settings
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- Air Fry your favorite foods with little to no oil
- GoWISE USA was the first to introduce air frying technology
- Presets include Fries/Chips, Meat, Shrimp, Cake, Chicken, Steak and Fish
- Digital LCD controls allow you to set temperature to 170°F - 400°F and cook from 1 – 30 minutes
- 30-minute timer automatically switches to standby mode
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GoWISE USA 4th Generation XL Electric Air Fryer (5.8 QT)
With Touch Screen Technology, Button Guard & Detachable basket.
Introducing the 4th generation XL electric digital air fryer, this air fryer has a 5.8-quart capacity, allowing you to cook family sized portions worth of tater tots, fries, nuggets, and more.
You can fry, bake, roast, and grill with this air fryer using little to no oil.
Cook With Little To No Oil
This air fryer allows you to enjoy your favorite fried snacks and food without the added calories from dunking food in oil. With a wide temperature range of 170°F - 400°F, the fryer allows you to prepare a variety of dishes from crispy fries to juicy wings with little to no oil, in 30 minutes or less. This air fryer has an auto-switch off feature when cooking is complete, and a standby/resume mode, when pulling out the basket during cooking process for checking or shaking ingredients. Sliding the pan back into fryer will resume the cooking process. This air fryer is ETL certified.
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 12 x 11 in||8.5 x 9 x 12 in||8 x 12 x 8 in||12.5 x 14.9 x 14.5 in||12.4 x 16.65 x 11.89 in||12 x 9.5 x 9 in|
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The GoWISE USA Air Fryer allows you to enjoy your favorite fried snacks and food without the added calories. With a wide temperature range of 170°F - 400°F, the fryer allows you to prepare a variety of dishes from crispy fries to juicy wings with little to no oil, and in 30 minutes or less. This air fryer is designed to automatically turn off when the basket is removed from the air fryer or after the timer is done. Owner's Manual includes cooking guide foods like fries, meat, poultry, snacks, cakes and quiche. Includes recipe booklet.
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Attached is a picture my first Air Fry attempt, which was the fried chicken recipe. I thought it turned out pretty awesome for a first attempt and it was absolutely delicious! The outer crust isn't 100% like deep fat fried chicken but it was still pretty nice considering I only misted on some olive oil on it. I bought a can of olive oil spray and that worked nicely. I needed to re-spray the chicken in a few places when flipping it, while cooking, because without the oil spray to moisten and crisp up the flour, it just looked like a dry flour coating. Once oil is spritzed on and after a few minutes cooking, it magically creates a nice crispy outer crust.
In the instruction book I got with it for the chicken recipe it says too "Add the seasoning to the flour 'with the oil' and mix well" Not sure what it was talking about there about adding the oil to the flour, but you don't add the oil to the flour mixture. It is only used to mist over the outer coating right before cooking to make it nice and crispy.
The only CONS are:
- The basket doesn't slide in without some finesse. This can be worked around easily though but its certainly not fool proof.
- I got the 5.6 QT version and it is pretty large, still not sure where I'm going to store it when not in use yet.
- EDIT 4: I wish they had put in a removable & washable metal mesh in to act as a splash guard between the heating element and the food. I was cooking a huge bird once and i assume it had some chicken grease splatter up on the heating element and the Air Fryer became a smoke machine... It vents out the back, so i ended up putting it right by the window and made a little chimney out of tin foil to vent the smoke outside and i just let it burn off. This is not something that should stop you from buying this Air Fryer because I have used this thing a million times now and this has only happened once when I put too large of a chicken in it. I would call this partially operator error, but a splash guard would go on my wish list to make it fool proof.
I have really high hopes for this device and i think it will really deliver on it's promises since I had such a great experience with the 'fried chicken' recipe.
EDIT 1: I have had the Air Fryer for a few weeks now and I absolutely love it! I added pictures for a whole chicken I made in it as well as some home made fries. The whole chicken I made was honestly one of the juiciest chickens i have personally ever made A++ rating on it! Very impressed! The home made fries are obviously not 100% as good as deep fat fried but the fact that I only used 2tbl spoons of olive to toss them in before cooking makes up for it. I will give the home made fries a B+ rating. More then adequate to satisfy a french fry craving. I have also cooked many of my kids favorite frozen foods and it did an amazing job heating them up. IE: frozen fries, mini corn dogs, chicken nuggets, etc. I wish i could raise my star score to 4.5 because the only reason for not giving it 5 stars was the basket not sliding in smoothly and now that i'm getting used to it that is less and less an issue.
EDIT 2: Still loving this device. I have made many other things in it, including a bone in 1/2 a Turkey Breast which turned out wonderful. One other additional note: I have read several places that the handle doesn't fair so well in the dishwasher even though it says dishwasher safe. So i went to the local hardware store and bought some screws with wingnuts so i can easily take that handle off each time I wash the basket. No clue if this is absolutely necessary but since I am a throw it in the dishwasher kind of guy I figure better safe then sorry.
EDIT 3: I have made many Whole Chickens in this now. Two important things for whole chickens: (1) let the bird sit out for 45 minutes prior to cooking as many Air Fry recipes recommend. (2) I found that it doesn't do well with very Large whole chickens. I noticed when I use too big of a bird that it doesn't cook right. It usually ends up overcooked due to the fact i have to keep extending the cook time because it had still not reached proper cook temperature deep down inside the bird measured with a thermometer. It does do awesome with small birds though so I'm still a big fan but i'd recommend against filling the entire basket with too big of a bird.
When you hit the power button to start the cooking, the unit picks 370 degrees, and 15 minutes as a default, you just press the plus and minus buttons to set what you want, then power button again to start. I'm not a real recipe following guy, I tend to shoot from the hip, using whatever is at hand (raised three kids by myself, got pretty good at it). So here is my first few days with this sort of cooker.
First thing I tried were French fries, of course. I spiral-sliced thin curly-cues, shook in a bag with a tablespoon of oil, and some seasoning, popped in the basket, recipe said 20-25 minutes at 400. So I set the timer at 10 minutes, and let it cook. At 10 minutes I opened the basket to shake the fries a bit, and something looked wrong, they were nearly done, already?? So I shook them, set for 5 minutes more, at 350. I guess these were just cut too thin, because after 5 more minutes, they were very crispy brown potato sticks. None burned, just very, very thin. Note to self, reduce time on next item. Clean-up was just a wet paper towel to wipe basket and outer pan, very easy!
Next project was a couple of sandwiches. First I defrosted a boneless-skinless chicken thigh, sliced a bit and placed on a small piece of tin foil, cooked for 3 minutes at 350, then placed some ham strips on top the chicken, 1 minute at 350, then some swiss cheese for another minute. The meat came out perfectly, just place bread on the meat, turned the basket upside down, and the sandwich was nearly done. Then I used a silicon spatula to lift the melted cheese off the outer pan bottom (it did not stick, just lifted out), and added it to the rest of the sandwich. All tasty and crisp, note to self, just place cheese on the meat, and place basket back in the cooker for a minute, it will melt without extra heat.
Second sandwich was ham and cheese in a sandwich roll. Trimmed a bit of crust off the top and bottom of the roll, and buttered those surfaces. Placed sandwich in the basket, set for 300 degrees at 3minutes, and the sandwich came out perfect. Both sides crispy, meat and cheese cooked perfectly. Note to self, this cooks fast!
Next, was something I saw on the GoWise web site, pigs in a blanket. I used regular hot dogs, cut into thirds. Used a dough-in-a-can for the wrap, and made a little cream cheese filling with finely chopped yellow pepper. Added the filling, dogs, and rolled each one up. Placed in the basket, set for 300 degrees at 6 minutes, done. Could have used 5 minutes, all was cooked perfectly, some of the rolls were a bit browner than I wanted, but very tasty.
Now a big test, my wife got one of those big Costco chicken pasta salads in a big foil pan, you know, bake for an hour type thing. But we didn't have an hour, nor a giant oven, so, I dipped some of the pasta salad into a 6" Pyrex dish, placed in the basket, set the temp at 350, time at 15 minutes. After done, thought it needed another 5 minutes at 300 degrees, and done. Done on the inside, crispy on the top, perfect.
While that was cooling, I thawed two chicken thighs and coated with a bit of olive oil, seasoning, and panko crumbs. Into the basket, 8 minutes at 350, turn over, 7 minutes more, and perfectly crispy chicken as good as any out of an oil fryer. It really worked.
My winging it didn't cause disasters, it is very easy to work. But it does cook very fast, you will need to experiment with yours as they all might vary a bit. I will follow some recipes in the future, as I ordered a book to supplement the one that comes with the unit, need more ideas to wing it with :-) And all cooking episodes have cleaned up with just a wet paper towel, very easy.
I am very pleased with this unit.
Tonight, I will try fish, which needs little time to cook, so it will be a bit tricky for me to wing that, I might read a few recipes first.
I looked into warranty and basket is only warrenteed for 30 days, coating last about that long then chipping started and in some spots it's bubbling. I visited manufacture website and they sell a replacement basket for $16 that is always sold out, coating chipping must be a common issue for so many to buy a replacement basket.
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