Category: Air fryers

  • Mess Free Air Frying? Liners to the Rescue

    Mess Free Air Frying? Liners to the Rescue

    Air fryer liners are a type of cooking accessory that can be used to help make cleanup after cooking easier. They are designed to line the air fryer basket and help prevent food from sticking to the basket. Additionally, they can help keep the air fryer clean by absorbing some grease and oil that can be produced during cooking.

  • How to Use and Master Your Air Fryer

    How to Use and Master Your Air Fryer

    To jump-start using your air fryer follow these steps. Plug it in a power outlet, pull out the basket, wash it quickly with plain water, dry it out, and put it back in. Select one of the air fryer recipes that interest you. Place the food in the air fryer basket; if needed, use oil (about a teaspoon), set the time and temperature, and press start to air fry away. Sit and wait for perfection.

  • How to Keep Your Air Fryer Clean

    How to Keep Your Air Fryer Clean

    Wash the basket with warm water and dish soap. Wash the basket with warm water and dish soap.  If any stubborn spots on the basket won’t come off, use a sponge, brush, or scrubber designed for cleaning dishes in your sink, and then rewash them with warm water and soap.

  • The Inner Workings of an Air Fryer

    The Inner Workings of an Air Fryer

    The air fryer works on the principle of hot air circulation. It builds the temperature, and then the fan sucks it up to distribute it around the sides and suck it back up through the food in the basket. This rapid air frying allows food to be cooked evenly on all sides.

  • How to Use Air Fryer Oven – Everything you need

    How to Use Air Fryer Oven – Everything you need

    With an air fryer, your food cooks faster than in a regular oven. Air fryers use significantly less fat, so there is no need for oil or butter. The main disadvantage of an air fryer is the learning curve it takes to master the cooking process.