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I haven't tried a frying the chicken in a batter, but we were able to make fried chicken by tossing the chicken in a bowl with about a tablespoon of oil then adding a light coat of flower and the chicken turned out very well. The taste of air fried chicken in my opinion surprisingly better than oil fried because the sk… see more I haven't tried a frying the chicken in a batter, but we were able to make fried chicken by tossing the chicken in a bowl with about a tablespoon of oil then adding a light coat of flower and the chicken turned out very well. The taste of air fried chicken in my opinion surprisingly better than oil fried because the skin is crispy like fried chicken and the meat is moist like baked chicken. I have read other recipes using batter (such as cheese sticks and onion rings) and the pictures look awesome! If you try using a batter, my only suggestion is that you use a very light coat so drippings won't drip and burn in bottom of the air fryer. see less I haven't tried a frying the chicken in a batter, but we were able to make fried chicken by tossing the chicken in a bowl with about a tablespoon of oil then adding a light coat of flower and the chicken turned out very well. The taste of air fried chicken in my opinion surprisingly better than oil fried because the skin is crispy like fried chicken and the meat is moist like baked chicken. I have read other recipes using batter (such as cheese sticks and onion rings) and the pictures look awesome! If you try using a batter, my only suggestion is that you use a very light coat so drippings won't drip and burn in bottom of the air fryer.
Brian Moore
· May 24, 2015
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The XL basket (8.375"w x 8.25"d x 2.75" h) will hold a Kg of fries or roasted veggies. But with fresh fries, you have to shake more frequently to get even coating if you fill it all the way. (We find less volume can be more even and thus better.) So in this case of a side dish a batch in the XL can be much more food th… see more The XL basket (8.375"w x 8.25"d x 2.75" h) will hold a Kg of fries or roasted veggies. But with fresh fries, you have to shake more frequently to get even coating if you fill it all the way. (We find less volume can be more even and thus better.) So in this case of a side dish a batch in the XL can be much more food than needed for two persons. Yet for some single dishes that you are not shaking around, and don't want pieces to touch, or with "complete meal" preparations (where you can put different items in to cook together, you want "footprint" as much or more than the height/depth. Especially if you don't have the optional rack expansion enough food for two or three persons is all that will work well in the XL without cooking multiple batches. see less The XL basket (8.375"w x 8.25"d x 2.75" h) will hold a Kg of fries or roasted veggies. But with fresh fries, you have to shake more frequently to get even coating if you fill it all the way. (We find less volume can be more even and thus better.) So in this case of a side dish a batch in the XL can be much more food than needed for two persons. Yet for some single dishes that you are not shaking around, and don't want pieces to touch, or with "complete meal" preparations (where you can put different items in to cook together, you want "footprint" as much or more than the height/depth. Especially if you don't have the optional rack expansion enough food for two or three persons is all that will work well in the XL without cooking multiple batches.
Bryan Jensen
· February 10, 2016
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If you mean by a "regular" outlet, just the two prong outlet...no you can't use it! It has to be used in a three prong grounded outlet!
Morbious2
· December 6, 2017
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I don't see a dual voltage selection on the device so i doubt it. However, I can think of two options, 1. Phillips does have a 220V version of the air fryer you can purchase. 2. When I was serving, I use to own a heavy duty transformer that I could use for just about anything, it didn't cost much and I sold it to ano… see more I don't see a dual voltage selection on the device so i doubt it. However, I can think of two options, 1. Phillips does have a 220V version of the air fryer you can purchase. 2. When I was serving, I use to own a heavy duty transformer that I could use for just about anything, it didn't cost much and I sold it to another soldier before I PCS'ed back to the states. I happened to find one that supports items up to 500w, and its only 28 bucks. Here is the link http://www.amazon.com/Goldsource%C2%AE-Voltage-Converter-Transformer-ST500/dp/B0022QOSDK/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1433782183&sr=8-10&keywords=power+converter
I hope this helps because this is a very good product and owning one will be money well spent. see less
I don't see a dual voltage selection on the device so i doubt it. However, I can think of two options, 1. Phillips does have a 220V version of the air fryer you can purchase. 2. When I was serving, I use to own a heavy duty transformer that I could use for just about anything, it didn't cost much and I sold it to another soldier before I PCS'ed back to the states. I happened to find one that supports items up to 500w, and its only 28 bucks. Here is the link http://www.amazon.com/Goldsource%C2%AE-Voltage-Converter-Transformer-ST500/dp/B0022QOSDK/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1433782183&sr=8-10&keywords=power+converter
I hope this helps because this is a very good product and owning one will be money well spent.

Brian Moore
· June 8, 2015
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8.5" x 8.5" 3.25" deep with rounded corners. An 8" round X 1.75" deep cooling rack fits perfectly inside to make two levels.
Gregory Gogates
· September 26, 2016
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yes, that is what mine is & it works great.
P.P.
· February 18, 2017
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On my third try of thick-cut( I guess Belgian fries), they were crispy brown outside, and fluffy, tender inside. We love it! I freshly cut potatoes, irregularly shaped, light oil and a little salt. To me, the important things to cook this type of fries are temperature and timing. I started at 360 F then 390 F in about … see more On my third try of thick-cut( I guess Belgian fries), they were crispy brown outside, and fluffy, tender inside. We love it! I freshly cut potatoes, irregularly shaped, light oil and a little salt. To me, the important things to cook this type of fries are temperature and timing. I started at 360 F then 390 F in about 15 to 20 minutes depending on how much fires and how thick the cut is...I first followed the recipe coming with the fryer, but it did not work for me, then I tried my own, they turned out very good. see less On my third try of thick-cut( I guess Belgian fries), they were crispy brown outside, and fluffy, tender inside. We love it! I freshly cut potatoes, irregularly shaped, light oil and a little salt. To me, the important things to cook this type of fries are temperature and timing. I started at 360 F then 390 F in about 15 to 20 minutes depending on how much fires and how thick the cut is...I first followed the recipe coming with the fryer, but it did not work for me, then I tried my own, they turned out very good.
Maggie
· May 31, 2016
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No, they do not have a specific variety basket for the 9240 model. I ordered one that fit the 9220/9230 model and it will work if you set it inside the fryer basket. However, I don't know how well it will cook items since I decided to return it - I'm waiting for the something that will my model
Amy Trammell
· December 23, 2015
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try to use baking soda to clean it
Kimberley Fong
· October 30, 2015
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I always use a instant read thermometer. The oven is very quick. The temp of the meats can go from 125 to 145 in minutes or less. Good luck.I love my oven and I can serve 5 fried fish in stages and every eats hot fish.
michael j berger
· January 9, 2016