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Air Fryer #7387246
10/24/21 05:27 PM
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KY.usa
rex123 Offline OP
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Do any of you all use one and are they good or not? Being diabetic I was told they would be a good way to prepare some foods.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387255
10/24/21 05:42 PM
10/24/21 05:42 PM
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Green Bay, Wisconsin
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I love mine. It's on the smaller side because it's usually just me and my daughter I'm cooking for.

Some of the things I've cooked in mine...

Hard boiled eggs
Grilled cheese
Acorn squash
Hot dogs
Pork steak
Duck breast
Mini corn dogs
Pizza rolls
Chicken nuggets
Chicken

I'm about to put some batches of pumpkin seeds in tonight.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387262
10/24/21 05:56 PM
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Sounds like what I'am looking for. Thanks. If you don't mind what kind did you get?

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387263
10/24/21 05:56 PM
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You cannot beat French fries in the air frierÖstraight up great. Also chicken tenders.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387270
10/24/21 06:06 PM
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All of the time.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387272
10/24/21 06:08 PM
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Brats and fry's are better in the air fryer then any other way.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387274
10/24/21 06:09 PM
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I did a cut up chicken and thought it was awfully greasy. A mess to clean up but I hate grease.


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Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387332
10/24/21 07:14 PM
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I like mine so well I bought 2.

I don't like the full sized unit nearly as well as the smaller one that has a cup style fryer. Cut up spuds and toss them in. Shake every 5 minutes for about 15 minutes and the best taters you've had....and good for you that way.

It's the only way to re heat meat as well. Chicken, beef, venison all heats up real nice...Even if breaded.


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Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387337
10/24/21 07:19 PM
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I got mine from Amazon, Ultrean 4.2 qt Air Fryer.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387338
10/24/21 07:22 PM
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Tlguy, how do you hard boil eggs in it?

In mine we've done tacos, tostadas, wings, chicken tenders, country fried steak, potatoes, fries, sweet potato fries, cinnamon rolls, chicharones. Our air fryer is built into the Blackstone grill

Re: Air Fryer [Re: Calvin] #7387343
10/24/21 07:26 PM
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Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387356
10/24/21 07:41 PM
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Never understood the hype. It is just a mini oven.


Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387361
10/24/21 07:45 PM
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Because it takes 3 minutes to preheat instead of 15 and isn't a huge energy waste when I just want to "fry" up some chicken nugs for me and the kid. But you're right, it is just a countertop convection oven.

I still haven't nailed down the temp/time for the eggs, I've found it depends on the size of the eggs. Mediums take less time than jumbos.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387366
10/24/21 07:50 PM
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We been using one for a while. My wife and daughter uses it all the time. My son has a big one and cooks all kind of stuff. Itís a good way to go for healthy cooking. The one we have is chefman. I donít know if itís a good brand, but, they like it. [Linked Image]

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387397
10/24/21 08:15 PM
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Seems like we use ours almost daily. One thing I don't care for is bacon. The list of stuff we've in the fryer is too long to write down. Also works great for reheating leftovers. Can',t think of the name of it, but it has 3 steel mesh trays.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387507
10/24/21 10:55 PM
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Replaced my oven with a glass top from lowes with a built in air fryer and a dehydrator. Air fryer mac and cheese is the the best.

Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387512
10/24/21 11:37 PM
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Use mine everyday. If it broke tomorrow i would buy another immediately. I have the Power Air Fryer XL Oven.


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Re: Air Fryer [Re: rex123] #7387559
10/25/21 05:56 AM
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have only try ours a few time's and not happy with it , made a mess and took twice as long has they said

Re: Air Fryer [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #7387588
10/25/21 06:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Trapper Dahlgren
have only try ours a few time's and not happy with it , made a mess and took twice as long has they said

What Brand do you have?


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Re: Air Fryer [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #7387592
10/25/21 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Trapper Dahlgren
have only try ours a few time's and not happy with it , made a mess and took twice as long has they said

This was my experience trying to cook chicken. Still clucking in the center, never could get it done. Or by the time you did get it done it would be dryer than a popcorn fart. I just had a cheap one from Amazon so that could have contributed to the problem.

I won't cook meat in it, but fries and other things are good in it


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