Philips AirFryer ?


kryxique

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Bought it, works great, absolutely no regrets, but it is a lot harder to clean than the salespeople make it out to be. It does the usual frozen stuff perfectly though, like fries, nuggets etc. All these taste just like they were deep fried, without the oily taste and texture. And in my opinion the stuff stays crispy longer too. Its pretty good and really really easy to use. Foolproof cooking!
 

cichlid

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Bought it, works great, absolutely no regrets, but it is a lot harder to clean than the salespeople make it out to be. It does the usual frozen stuff perfectly though, like fries, nuggets etc. All these taste just like they were deep fried, without the oily taste and texture. And in my opinion the stuff stays crispy longer too. Its pretty good and really really easy to use. Foolproof cooking!
ok, thanks for the info...my wife called me this afternoon and said that NTUC is having sale at $299.
 

xtemujin

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It's on sale as not many people wants to buy it as it is cheaper and faster to do conventional frying.
 

#7
Hi

Who has the Philips AirFyer at home?

Is it really so good? Any regrets buying?

Wana gather some feedback before buying....thanks!

A video on it:

Philips Airfryer first look - YouTube
I have it at home. You need to fry things which have some oil content in it.
Example, frying chicken breast meat, it will turn it into rock. But if you fry chicken drumstick, it will be ok as the drumstick have oil in it.

Some things you can fry.. Onion rings and french fries? Going to try nuggets.
 

cichlid

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I have it at home. You need to fry things which have some oil content in it.
Example, frying chicken breast meat, it will turn it into rock. But if you fry chicken drumstick, it will be ok as the drumstick have oil in it.

Some things you can fry.. Onion rings and french fries? Going to try nuggets.
so you like it? There is a youtube video on frying steak too
 

airfins

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Just tried frozen garlic bread, crispy on the outside n soft on the inside. No regrets buying it. $299 is the cheapest I heard, got mine $329 2 mths ago at a fair. Maybe new model coming out as this is on sales for 1-2 years already
 

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