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    Thailand Expat VocalNeal's Avatar
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    Wife just unearthed a hot air fryer Countertop Turbo Convection Oven thingy

    Given to her by a friend who moved.
    What is a good thing to start with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    What is a good thing to start with?
    https://teakdoor.com/the-kitchen/198...ghlight=fryers (Air Fryer Delights!)

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    ^ Cheers

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    Your best bet is to go on YouTube and do a search for Air-Fryer recopies . There must be hundreds.
    In the US we had a Ninja foodie , we love so much, that we use every day, so much so, that when we came here , we shipped it to Thailand with some of our other things. It should arrive here early June. (takes three months from the US, by ship). All that it is , is really a glorified convection oven, that uses circulating air to rather than oil to brown food.
    I use it for anything, from making a frozen Pizza (15 min , freezer to plate) to making meatballs or bread. One good thing about it is that you can warm bread up without making it mushy like a microwave does. I bake bread and then keep it in the refrigerator, we all know that bread after a couple of days is crap. Throw it in the airfryier for a few minutes and it comes out as if it was just baked. Great for making chicken wings, sausages etc below are some meatballs I madeWife just unearthed a hot air fryer  Countertop Turbo Convection Oven thingy-meatballs-jpg
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    ^ you can by the Ninja Foodie in Thailand. The 230 volt version without the need for a step-down transformer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    ^ you can by the Ninja Foodie in Thailand. The 230 volt version without the need for a step-down transformer.
    Sadly yes, but I like cooking an baking and some of my equipment would be hard to replace in Thailand. So yes undead , step down transformers would be needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo Banzai View Post
    Sadly yes, but I like cooking an baking and some of my equipment would be hard to replace in Thailand.
    Yes, but

    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    ^ you can by the Ninja Foodie in Thailand. The 230 volt version without the need for a step-down transformer.

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