Philips Viva Airfryer - Black

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Philips Viva Airfryer - Black
Price: $99.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Thursday, Jan 28 to Friday, Jan 29) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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This seems like a great deal! I don’t really need another gadget. I can’t decide if I would use this for anything other than fries.

I use this a lot. I’m actually surprised how much I use it. There are whole cookbooks out there on recipes specifically for it, like the one Todd English (a pretty renowned chef) released within the past couple of weeks. But I’ve cooked wings, frozen battered fish. A friend has one and has done homemade battered cheese sticks (secret to success: freeze the cheese before battering). Purchased mine off Woot. LOVE it.

At the bottom of the description it state a 60 minute timer and a double rack. that is wrong. It only has a 30 minute timer and a singe rack.

Love mine! Roasted portobellos, crispy French fries with no oil…

So there aren’t any issues making foods that have a batter on them with this?

Why is the Black fryer $20 less than the White fryer in the Kitchen garage sale? Black fryers matter!!

I wouldn’t use a goop-y, liquid-y batter. Seek out recipes written specifically for an airfryer. They tend to be of the sort that cling and don’t drip. Most recipes I’ve seen do involve an egg dredge, but you finish with breadcrumbs or panko. Tends to be a non-drippy sort of batter process.