What is an airfryer?
This is an airfryer
An airfryer is a 'hot air fryer', with which you deep-fry ingredients by means of hot air. You do not need frying fat for this. With some airfryers you only use a small spoonful of oil. This is not a frying oil, but a healthy and vegetable variant. This makes crispy fries and snacks in a healthy way. With the different programs and baking accessories you also use the airfryer for baking, roasting and grilling. You can make various dishes with an airfryer, from snacks to evening meals.
This is how an airfryer works
An airfryer heats air up to a temperature of about 200 ° C. The hot air constantly circulates through the pan. So cook your dishes evenly and all around. This makes fries on all sides equally cooked and creates a crispy crust. Depending on the dish you make, you set the temperature and baking time via the control panel. With some airfryers you easily choose a specific baking program, for example for grilling chicken. These options vary by brand and type of airfryer.
The benefits of an airfryer
The main advantage is that you do not need frying oil or frying fat for preparing snacks. That makes fries and croquettes from an airfryer less fat and therefore healthier. In addition to frying snacks, you also grill chicken legs or vegetables and even bake muffins. The yarn with hot air goes fast and during baking you do not suffer from frying fumes. An airfryer is safe to use because no deep-frying spatters can jump out of the pan. Without caked frying fat, the removable inner pan is easy to clean.
- Healthy frying with hot air
- Also suitable for baking, grilling and roasting
- No deep-frying vapors
- Easier to clean
- Safe to use
Airfryer vs deep fryer
Are you looking for a new fryer, but do you find it difficult to choose between an airfryer or deep fryer? Then quickly review this article and find out exactly what the differences are.