Hot air fryers work by circulating very hot air — heated at up to 200 c — so food such as chicken, sausages and chips cook quickly with a crispy outer layer instead being drenched in copious amounts of unhealthy fat. A tiny amount of oil is required and this means that the average 300g portion of chips contains just 576 calories, compared to the normal 717 — and 9g of fat rather than 37g, so you don't need to give up your special treats to save your waistline!
Chicken wings - crisp on on the outside and tender inside, far superior to
baking as the moistness is retained. You will need to give the pan a shake, halfway through, so pour out any excess fat and you will avoid the smoke.
Fries made with root vegetables are amazing, sweet potato, parsnip and beetroot taste like a gourmet made them (your kids will think they are eating something naughty but actually they are extremely healthy!)
Air Fryers have been around for a while, but can you really cook crunchy, tasty chips and breaded chicken with just hot air and a teaspoon of oil? These machines are the pick of the best - I prefer the Philips brand personally, on a cheat day I really like sausages cooked this way, withn no fuss and moist meat with a minimum of effort.
Hot air fryers are a fantastic way to eat a little healthier, most of the machines use a tiny amount of oil and the results are delicious!
Hot air fryers reviews, tips for cooking delicious food without sacrificing taste.
Find out how to cook delicious sausages using the Philips Airfryer. You can get more great ideas for recipes by visiting http://www.philips.co.uk/kitchen or our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/philipshomelivingUK For further help visit us at www.philips.co.uk/support or follow us on Twitter @PhilipsCare_UK
Move over bread maker. Make way espresso machine. The latest gadget to hit our kitchens is a new breed of low-fat fryer that claims to make crispy, delicious chips with up to 80 per cent less fat than a traditional deep fat fryer.
You really can make muffins in your air fryer!
Find out how to cook delicious and healthy chips using the Philips Airfryer. You can get more great ideas for recipes by visiting http://www.philips.co.uk/kitchen or our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/philipshomelivingUK For further help visit us at www.philips.co.uk/support or follow us on Twitter @PhilipsCare_UK
Triple cooking power: halogen, convection and infrared heat
Quickly cooks from frozen, no thawing time needed
2 trays cook multiple foods at the same time
Uses less energy, cooking up to 3 times faster
Heart healthy alternative