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Philips Digital Airfryer, The Original Airfryer, Fry Healthy with 75% Less Fat, Black HD9230/26
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- Air is the new oil! Fry and cook healthier food with up to 75% less fat.
- Fastest and most even cooking thanks to the unique and patented starfish design.
- The fully adjustable temperature control allows you to preset the best cooking temperature for your food up to 390°F
- Double layer rack accessory is included! Maximize your cooking space and prepare entire meals in one go!
- Philips Airfryer is the world’s #1 Airfryer with over 8 Million units sold. 100% taste satisfaction.
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Eat healthier without giving up the taste and texture of your favorite foods with this Viva Digital Airfryer from Philips. Using Rapid air technology, the Airfryer circulates hot air around a metal mesh cooking basket, requiring little or no oil as it fries, bakes and grills. The double layer rack maximizes your Airfryer's cooking surface and the digital touchscreen interface lets you easily customize the settings to cook your food exactly as you want. The integrated timer allows you to preset cooking times up to 60 minutes and the fully adjustable temperature control lets you preset the best cooking temperature up to 390 degrees Fahrenheit. Even better, the removable nonstick coated drawer and the food basket are dishwasher safe for a quick and easy clean up.
11-3/10" L x 12-2/5" W x 15-1/10" H
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I have also tried the obligatory frozen foods, fries, large shrimp, battered and breaded fish, and a burrito. I cannot wait to try pork chops, tempera vegetables, and fresh fish, oysters etc. My thoughts are towards dipping things in warmed up coconut oil to use the healthiest oil to fry in, while using very little. Just imagine apple turnovers etc. I am engaged for so many more healthy fried foods like fried okra, zucchini, onions, cauliflower/broccoli etc. Right now I have chicken marinating in some Tikka Masala sauce and will coat the chicken with a little yogurt before frying just to see how it turns out.
What I like the most:
1. It cooks relatively fast. The directions for heating pre-made packaged foods is to lower the conventional oven temperature by 70 degrees and reduce the cooking time by half. The french fries I cooked in the video were done in eight minutes while the package directions indicated between 15-24 minutes.
2. The food I have cooked in it comes out with a light crunchy exterior that surpasses the same food cooked in a regular oven. I know this because I had company over the other day and I was concerned that the oven basket would not contain enough shrimp for everyone so I also cooked some in my regular oven. The shrimp cooked in the Philips Rapid Air oven was much better!
3. Clean-up is fast!
What I dislike:
1. It is awkward to have to remove the basket after it has been preheated and either hold it in one hand while you fill the basket with the other, or you have to set the heated basket down on a heat-resistant surface and fill it. This step can be by-passed if you don't preheat and instead just add 3-minutes to the cooking time. I haven't tried that yet--but I will.
2. Because it cooks faster it is difficult to judge when some foods are cooked thoroughly since you can't go by the directions included in a recipe or on packaged foods. I'm sure after I use this enough I will be able to determine this better--or I can use a thermometer to measure the temperature of meat or other items that require certain temperatures for food safety reasons.
Bottom line: This bakes extremely well! I plan on using it a lot!
Update: August 2, 2014. I absolutely love this! It is a perfect size for 1, 2, or perhaps even 3 people (if one of them doesn't eat too much)! It cooks so much better than my oven and it is much quicker. Perfect for cooking during the summer when you don't want to turn on the oven and heat up the whole room!
Some observations are in order for new users: (1) The temperature readout on this unit is in Celsius and can't be changed, so it helps to have a conversion table or smart-phone handy for converting temps if your cookbook states them in Fahrenheit; (2) It's critically important to place the fryer where an exhaust fan can remove the steam and smoke created during many cooking activities, especially so when cooking burgers; (3) The shrimp we cooked stuck to the bottom screen in the basket that came with the unit. The screen was very difficult to clean, so we purchased a stiff-bristle scrubber which works better than sponges or cloth dishrags; (4) Since the shrimp experience we've purchased a grill insert that replaces the original basket for cooking foods that have a tendency to stick (steak, seafood, etc.) We strongly advise this for owners who will use the fryer for other than potato frying. Following these suggestions should result in a much flatter learning curve than we experienced.
This one has a heating coil and cooks some items faster than it says. It takes a bit of trying but, is an excellent machine takes a lot less counter space and we do use it daily. I suggest the assoriceries, especially the fry pan & baking pan. Korean pork chops and teriyaki, clean up easily and the unit is well made.