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    ^ interesting, AO, how was the flavour?


    Mendip that lasagne looks, errrm, average, but how did it taste - because if it tasted good then it was good!

    The mango sponge with "Garnider's Custard" looks nice; Papillion would have double portions of that!


    I wonder if I can make a cheese and ham toastie in my new AirFryer (which looks like a round convection oven to me...).
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post

    As you can never have enough starchy processed carbs in your dietary regime. Ask Dills and Chitty - they'll tell ya.
    Siwilai....






    [Armstrong was correct]

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    So, some chicken in the air fryer...











    25 minutes to cook, tasted very nice...

    ...job well done.
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    ^ Looks good! So are these airfyers really any different to a convection oven turned up hot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    a) I went way outside of my comfort zone last night and made a lasagne.
    So, lasagne made with layers of pasta with cheddar cheese it was! b) Incidentally, however to you stop the pasta sheets from sticking together when you boil them up?
    c) I don't know if Nonna would approve, but not too bad at all. And not a dog to be seen!
    ...a)bravo!, b) add a little olive oil to the pasta water, c) Nonna would be suspicious about the missing dog...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ Looks good! So are these airfyers really any different to a convection oven turned up hot?
    From what I can work out, it's a grill with good air flow and a fan, so basically, that's a convection oven? It's in a nicer form factor for cleaning, and it cooks pretty quickly, but you have to turn the food over half way through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...a)bravo!, b) add a little olive oil to the pasta water, c) Nonna would be suspicious about the missing dog...
    ...2 things: keep stirring the pasta sheets while they boil and...buy a better quality pasta next time...

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    Spicy tuna and mushroom carbonara



    Sorry, no chips here either

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    ^^ Will do. I generally go for the cheapest pasta with the longest sell by date. I didn't realise it varied. I'm more of a potato man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    From what I can work out, it's a grill with good air flow and a fan, so basically, that's a convection oven? It's in a nicer form factor for cleaning, and it cooks pretty quickly, but you have to turn the food over half way through.
    I'll check out Lazada tomorrow. To be honest mainly out of intense boredom. If I can make fish and chips in one it'll be a deal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I'll check out Lazada tomorrow. To be honest mainly out of intense boredom. If I can make fish and chips in one it'll be a deal!
    The wife said they're pretty expensive in Thailand... But, they are decent; make cooking easy and pretty quick to clean up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    25 minutes to cook, tasted very nice...

    ...job well done
    Nice... Look up brining air fried chicken or pork. Makes it really succulent apparently.

    Try doing something in a nice beer batter in there. A nice piece of Atlantic Cod
    Only kidding, batter makes a right mess in those things, hreadcrumbs work though. Or was it the other way round

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    Have you done roast potatoes in these, Dilly? What's the best way to do roast potatoes and baked potaties in these things?

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    ^ See, now you're in convection oven territory.

    Are we baking or frying?

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    ^ The air fryer is not a fryer - it's a baking device as far as I can see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    If I can make fish and chips in one it'll be a deal!
    Chips ok...fish not so much. At least in my experience. Maybe I did it wrong. Fish in a deep fryer is much better IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^^ Will do. I generally go for the cheapest pasta with the longest sell by date. I didn't realise it varied. I'm more of a potato man.
    ...pasta quality varies greatly...I like De Cecco, but any pasta made with durum wheat should be ok...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Have you done roast potatoes in these, Dilly? What's the best way to do roast potatoes and baked potaties in these things?
    Dunno mate, never tried those. I'd have to google. They would work well with Aunt Bessies frozen spuds.

    Looking at your chicken again, didn't you season it or anything.

    Have a look at these...and buy the ingredients

    Buttermilk chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Incidentally, however to you stop the pasta sheets from sticking together when you boil them
    You don't have to pre boil the pasta (it will likely say this on the packet if you check unless it's a Somchai special made from rice flour and floor scrapings ;-) ). As long as each sheet is between two layers of sauce (not on the very top and not on the bottom) it will cook perfectly when the dish is placed in the oven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Marinaded steak


    Vertical Chitty wedges


    Need to cut them thicker next time and 5 mins less cook time


    Et viola...


    The money shot
    Ketchup on steak? fukking heathen !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Copy cat

    That steak is raw!!!FVCK that...and those wedges are too thin.
    6/10


    Looks darn good to me, perhaps slightly overdone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    ^^Sorry it looks burnt to me.. lol. Perhaps that is the jam.
    ^^^That looks delicious, Bowie!

    Healthy dinner last night as usual. Baked Salmon with Brussel Sprouts and Spinach.

    Why the random lemon slices on the plate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Incidentally, however to you stop the pasta sheets from sticking together when you boil them up?
    Your sauce is supposed to cover them completely. They curl because they are dry.

    another solution will be to parboil the pasta first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Ketchup on steak? fukking heathen !
    Thats Nandos extra hot sauce

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