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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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    What's the big fuck about "air fryers" ? Wife just had one delivered. Looks like a glorified toaster oven to me.

    Its amazing what can be reinvented into the latest yuppy gadget.

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    It's basically a little oven. It bakes stuff.

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    ohh ahh first meal with the air fryer tonight. This is the one she has. I like the French doors.


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    Ffs, it's just a fancy term for oven.
    It doesn't 'air' fry anything. Frying by definition involves oil, whether it's pan frying or deep frying.
    Your air 'fryer' bakes or roasts.
    Great for roast chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    What's the big fuck about "air fryers" ? Wife just had one delivered. Looks like a glorified toaster oven to me.

    Its amazing what can be reinvented into the latest yuppy gadget.
    You wrote that right skiddy?

    The next quote is why nobody takes you seriously, you just dont ever engage your brain.



    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    ohh ahh first meal with the air fryer tonight. This is the one she has. I like the French doors.





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    'yuppy gadget'


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