I've looked at a few threads about this but none really answer the question I've got so I'm starting a new thread- sorry in advance if I get told off!
I've read great things about these gadgets but I want to know what the differences are and which people prefer.
If I don't want to use oil and stick to fry light but want to cook more than just chips/wedges etc which is better?
Seen some awesome recipes and people that have made cooked breakfasts and chicken nuggets in theirs but I don't get the difference!
Hi there, I previously had an actifry, well 3 to be exact. All three broke within the first 6 months of getting them :@ I returned all of them as it was the same problem with all 3. I now (recently purchased) a phillips airfryer... much quicker and better in my opinion x
Originally Posted by Holliexx
What kind of things do you cook in them? Do you spray things with fry light first?
To be honest i have only cooked, chips, roasties and chicken. But mine has a booklet with recipes of what you can do i think you can do pretty much anything. I put frylight on them x
Thank you! Do you have to turn them over during cooking?
Sorry asking you loads of questions!
its ok :-) I dont no, i just leave it in there for the allocated time x
I bought the Phillips one today - the chips it makes are awesome!
I love my actifry, I am having my kitchen remodelled at the moment and pretty much have survived without resorting to takeaways because of my actifry.
I have cooked chips (amazing and these alone make it worth the money to me)
All in frylight
chilli (didn't love this but think it was me not the actifry) I overcooked it
bacon and sainsburys low cal sausages
Have had mine 2 months and it is the gadget i have used most ever
I only ever use frylight
Oooo, think I could live on home made chips. Think I'll price one, thanks for the recommendation :)
There's already a thread about this Hun, you can find the information here.......
And here is some Actifry recipes.....
I've had the Airfryer a couple of years now and it is great. Apart from looking sexy and slick in my kitchen it makes awesome SW chips.
It was £200 and now I've seen it reduced under £100 it's a bargain!!!
Thanks this is exactly the kind of info I was after! I'm definitely going to invest in one xx
Originally Posted by Derbynanny
I really want one of these :-)
I love my Actifry, had mine ages now and use it a few times a week.
ive made chips, wedges, roast potatoes, cubed potatoes, bacon bits, sausage, nuggets, etc.
The Actifry comes with a recipe book too and I've made things like full english breakfast, pork stir fry etc in it.
Check out the Actifry recipe thread I posted above for more ideas.
i love it mostly for beng able to cook chips from scratch (raw potato) in only 25 minutes xxx
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