Hopefully, you’re already sold on the value of an air fryer. The quick-cooking and the reduced-fat, when compared to traditional frying methods, are just two of the many benefits. If you ARE already sold, maybe you just need help figuring out which air fryer is right for you. That’s a big reason why we do what we do here at AirFrying.net, like take an air fryer for a test drive so we can share real-world usage experience with you. Our latest air fryer test drive was with the Cosori Premium 5.8 Quart Air Fryer, which we received for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
Multi-function air fryers are what’s hot in the kitchen these days (ha!). These air fryers tout all the different ways you can use them, even promoting how they can replace some of your other appliances. It’s a compelling argument, especially for those of us with limited countertop and cabinet space. So when we were given a free GoWISE USA 4.6 Quart Air Fryer in exchange for an honest and unbiased review, we were excited to test out its multi-function abilities.
If you still have cable TV, it’s likely that you’ve seen at least one commercial for the Emeril Lagasse Power AirFryer 360. Cooking infomercials are hard to turn away from – the yummy food, the promise of easier and faster cooking, the simple clean up. Who wouldn’t keep watching?
While I love my full-sized air fryer when making meals for my family, sometimes it’s nice to have a smaller appliance that can handle single servings of food, like french fries, onion rings, a few chicken tenders, or a small batch of air-fried mushrooms or mozzarella cheese sticks. Enter the Chefman RJ38-V2-16-AM Air Fryer – or, simply put, the Chefman Personal Compact Air Fryer.
Like my other Chefman Air Fryer, this personal air fryer is a high quality appliance perfect for singles, couples or families who often need to make single servings of food quickly and efficiently.
The two main perks of air frying are enjoying the fried foods you love with only a fraction of the fat and fast, even cooking. However, as I’ve said before, not all air fryers are created equal. While there are pros and cons to each air fryer brand and model, I was, admittedly, disappointed with the Power Air Fryer XL.
Air frying has changed my life! There – I said it. With a career that keeps me busy and a family to care for, cooking healthy meals in a timely manner is one of my top priorities – and air frying allows me to do just that. With little to no preheating required and little to no oil needed, I can cook nutritious meals in an air fryer in half the time it would take to use an oven. With perks like that, it isn’t difficult to understand why I’m sold on air frying. The following is a review of the FrenchMay Air Fryer.
As a busy mom who loves to prepare delicious, healthy meals for my family, I have fully embraced the health benefits of air frying. A great time-saver, I can air fry a batch of healthy roasted potatoes and chicken breasts in the same amount of time it would take to wait out the rush-hour drive-thru lines at local fast food establishments. I own two air fryers, and I have to say that
With the increasing need or desire for healthier foods, air fryers hit the headlines around 5 years ago. Cutting out bad fats that cause heart disease, high cholesterol, and other lifestyle diseases became the focus of attention for many health-conscious individuals and families. One of the most popular is the Philips HD9230/20 Viva Airfryer.
The T-fal Actifry lineup of machines are extremely attractive, widely available and have an almost cult-like following when it comes to the air fryer community. This review is specifically written about my experience with the FZ7002 model, which is the entry level machine and is by far the most popular.